Final Fantasy

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Final Fantasy
Mapper No. 1
Mapper Name S*ROM (MMC1)
PRG-ROM Pages 16 x 16kB
CHR-ROM Pages 0 x 8kB
Mirroring Vertical
4-Screen Mirroring No
SRAM Enabled Yes
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials
Final Fantasy has been extensively hacked. As Final Fantasy is a popular franchise, many people take an interest in modifying the game. Most start here, as it is the easiest to modify.

Versions

This list does not include unofficial translations and modifications.

  • Final Fantasy (J)
    • Final Fantasy (J) [b1]
    • Final Fantasy (J) [b2]
    • Final Fantasy (J) [b3]
    • Final Fantasy (J) [b4]
    • Final Fantasy (J) [b5]
    • Final Fantasy (J) [hM02]
    • Final Fantasy (J) [hM02] [a1]
  • Final Fantasy (U) [!]
    • Final Fantasy (U) [a1]
    • Final Fantasy (U) [a1] [o1]
    • Final Fantasy (U) [b1]
    • Final Fantasy (U) [o2]
    • Final Fantasy (U) [o3]

Utilities

  • FFHackster
    • A robust tool for editing the Final Fantasy ROM by Disch. It allows you to change various text in the game, redesign the maps, alter enemy stats, change weapon strength and graphics, change armor properties, edit various graphics, change a shop's inventory, change item prices, character stats, magic and has many other useful features. Named by many to be the essential Final Fantasy hacking utility. The binary and source code files are available on the official website.
  • FFse
    • An SRAM save editor for Final Fantasy. It is currently the only known utility to edit the save data for Final Fantasy. It can be found on the official website.

Hacks

External Links

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