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Revision as of 04:10, 6 January 2007


Final Fantasy Adventure (U) [!]
Region Code Not Japan
Type Grayscale Spiel
SGB Support No
Cartridge Type MBC2 + BATTERY
License Code OLD $C3 (SQUARESOFT)
ROM Size 2 Mbit (16 x 256 KByte)
ROM Checksum $D9F2
SRAM Size 0 KBit
Header Checksum $D0 (OK)
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials

Final Fantasy Adventure has been partially hacked.


This list does not include unoffical translations and modifications.

  • Seiken Densetsu (J)
    • Seiken Densetsu (J) [b1]
    • Seiken Densetsu (J) [b2]
  • Final Fantasy Adventure (U) [!]
    • Final Fantasy Adventure (U) [!] [b1]
  • Mystic Quest (E) [!]
    • Mystic Quest (E) [b1]
    • Mystic Quest (E) [b2]
    • Mystic Quest (E) [b3]
  • Mystic Quest (G) [!]
    • Mystic Quest (G) [b1]
    • Mystic Quest (G) [b2]
    • Mystic Quest (G) [b3]
  • Mystic Quest (F)


There are no known public utilities for Final Fantasy Adventure.


  • Knal Fantasy Adventure
    • A humour hack by Klawkat42 that stars a character named Knal. The hack is currently 1/8th done and doesn't look like it'll be updated any time soon. It can be downloaded from Zophar's Domain
  • Title Change
    • A small patch by BlitzKrieg Innovations to change the title back to Seiken Densetsu, the original name. You can visit the official website and download the patch from Zophar's Domain


Final Fantasy Adventure was not actually part of the Final Fantasy franchise; rather it was part of the Seiken Densetsu series. It was renamed to Final Fantasy Adventure when released in America and renamed to Mystic Quest when released in Europe.

External Links

Wikipedia article

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