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{{SNES| title = Final Fantasy Mystic Quest
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{{SNES
|image = [[Image:FFMQTitle.png|center]]
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|title = Final Fantasy Mystic Quest
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|image = [[Image:Final_Fantasy_Mystic_Quest_Title_(animated).gif|center]]
 
|name = FF MYSTIC QUEST
 
|name = FF MYSTIC QUEST
 
|company = Square
 
|company = Square
|header = SWC
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|header = None
 
|bank = LoROM
 
|bank = LoROM
 
|interleaved = No
 
|interleaved = No
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|rom = 4 Mb
 
|rom = 4 Mb
 
|country = USA
 
|country = USA
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|video = NTSC
 
|romspeed = 200ns (SlowROM)
 
|romspeed = 200ns (SlowROM)
|video = NTSC
 
 
|revision = 1.0
 
|revision = 1.0
 
|checksum = Good 0x4CDE
 
|checksum = Good 0x4CDE
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}}
  
{{Not Extensively Hacked|name=Final Fantasy Mystic Quest}}
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==Utilities==
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* [http://www.jce3000gt.com/mqme.php Mystic Quest Multi Editor], coded by JCE3000GT. This utility edits characters, monsters, items and more.
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* [http://www.jce3000gt.com/spc_editor.php SPC Editor], coded by JCE3000GT. This utility allows the user to edit the instrument sample indexes in various games, including Mystic Quest.
  
==Utilities==
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==Hacks==
* [http://www.jce3000gt.com/mqme.php Mystic Quest Multi Editor] coded by JCE3000GT. This utility so far edits characters, monsters, items as well as others.
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* [http://www.jce3000gt.com/mqht.php Mystic Quest HardType], created by JCE3000GT. So far this beta version allows the player to play the hardtype hack up until you beat the Flamerus Rex and get the first crystal. The hack is designed to keep the story and characters intact while increasing the game's difficulty. There are also some extra things like new music which spice up the game as well.
  
 
==Translations==
 
==Translations==
[http://www.romhacking.net/trans/1172/ FF:MQ Translation] - DarknessSavior has started a retranslation of Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest.
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/trans/1172/ FF:MQ Retranslation] - DarknessSavior has started a retranslation of Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest.
 
 
==Hacks==
 
No known Final Fantasy Mystic Quest hacks exist.
 
  
 
==Miscellaneous==
 
==Miscellaneous==
You can check the chip version in your SNES by pressing Start and Select at the same time in the menu screen.
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* You can check the chip version in your SNES by pressing Start and Select at the same time when on the menu screen.
  
 
==Known Dumps==
 
==Known Dumps==
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
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* No external links yet.
  
 
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{{Final Fantasy series}}
{{stub}}
 

Latest revision as of 16:58, 23 June 2016


Final Fantasy Mystic Quest
Final Fantasy Mystic Quest Title (animated).gif
Name FF MYSTIC QUEST
Company Square
Header None
Bank LoROM
Interleaved No
SRAM 64 Kb
Type Normal + Batt
ROM 4 Mb
Country USA
Video NTSC
ROM Speed 200ns (SlowROM)
Revision 1.0
Checksum Good 0x4CDE
CRC32 6B19A2C6
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials

Utilities

  • Mystic Quest Multi Editor, coded by JCE3000GT. This utility edits characters, monsters, items and more.
  • SPC Editor, coded by JCE3000GT. This utility allows the user to edit the instrument sample indexes in various games, including Mystic Quest.

Hacks

  • Mystic Quest HardType, created by JCE3000GT. So far this beta version allows the player to play the hardtype hack up until you beat the Flamerus Rex and get the first crystal. The hack is designed to keep the story and characters intact while increasing the game's difficulty. There are also some extra things like new music which spice up the game as well.

Translations

  • FF:MQ Retranslation - DarknessSavior has started a retranslation of Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest.

Miscellaneous

  • You can check the chip version in your SNES by pressing Start and Select at the same time when on the menu screen.

Known Dumps

  • Final Fantasy - Mystic Quest (U) (V1.0) [!]
  • Final Fantasy - Mystic Quest (U) (V1.1)
  • Final Fantasy USA - Mystic Quest (J)
  • Mystic Quest Legend (E)
  • Mystic Quest Legend (F)
  • Mystic Quest Legend (G)

External Links

  • No external links yet.


The Final Fantasy Series
NES: Final FantasyFinal Fantasy IIFinal Fantasy III
SNES: Final Fantasy IVFinal Fantasy VFinal Fantasy VIFinal Fantasy Mystic Quest
GBA: Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceFinal Fantasy IV AdvanceFinal Fantasy V Advance
PSX: Final Fantasy IX
PS2: Final Fantasy X