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Final Fantasy - Mystic Quest ROM

Final Fantasy - Mystic Quest rom

The Final Fantasy – Mystic Quest ROM is available to play for Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). This game is the US English version and can be played using the BSNES or HIGAN (SNES) Emulator on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and IOS devices.

About

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, released as Mystic Quest Legend in PAL regions and as Final Fantasy USA: Mystic Quest in Japan, is a role-playing video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game was released as a spin-off to Square’s Final Fantasy series of video games. Final Fantasy Mystic Quest was first released in North America in 1992 and marketed as a “simplified role-playing game… designed for the entry-level player” in an attempt to broaden the genre’s appeal. The game’s presentation and battle system is broadly similar to that of the main series, but it differs in its inclusion of action-adventure game elements. Final Fantasy Mystic Quest was the first Final Fantasy game to be released in Europe.

In the game, the player controls a youth named Benjamin in his quest to save the world. His goal is to reclaim a set of stolen crystals that determine the state of the world’s four elemental powers. The gameplay takes a departure from the main series in a variety of ways. Many series staples are eliminated, such as random battles, save points, manual equipment, and the party system. The game received middling reviews and sales in North America and Japan, citing its simplified gameplay and lack of depth in the game’s story. Over time, the game has kept the reputation for being a “beginner’s Final Fantasy” and has been praised for its music.

Narrative

The fictional events of Final Fantasy Mystic Quest take place on a single continent of an unnamed world, which is divided into four distinct regions: Foresta, Aquaria, Fireburg, and Windia. The welfare of each region is determined by the state of one of four shining crystals: earth, water, fire, and wind, respectively. For centuries the Focus Tower had stood at the heart of the world. It had been a center for trade and knowledge, and the world’s people met there to peacefully settle their differences. But on one warm summer day, powerful monsters stormed the Tower, stole the four crystals, and took off with the magical coins that kept the Tower’s doors unlocked.

The monsters began consuming the power of the crystals; they grew in strength while the world began to decay. An old prophecy tells that at the time the “vile four” steal the power and divide the world behind four doors, a knight will appear to vanquish the darkness. The game opens with an adventurous youth named Benjamin climbing the Hill of Destiny. While exploring, his village is destroyed in an earthquake. As Benjamin is climbing the Hill, he meets a mysterious old man who charges Benjamin with fulfilling the knight’s prophecy. Although initially in disbelief, Benjamin accepts the role and the Old Man shows him the Focus Tower, supposedly the center of the World.

After defeating a monster at the top of the hill, Benjamin follows the Old Man to the Level Forest, where he is tasked with recovering the Crystal of Earth. Proceeding to Foresta, he meets with an axe-wielding girl named Kaeli, who agrees to help Benjamin if he can help her rid the Level Forest of monsters. Kaeli is ambushed and poisoned in the process, and her mother informs Benjamin of the Elixir and where it can be found. Benjamin’s search for Elixir to heal Kaeli brings him to Bone Dungeon, where he’s aided by a treasure hunter named Tristam in succeeding dual purposes: not only does Benjamin get Elixir from Tristam to heal Kaeli, but he defeats one of the four Vile Evils, Flamerous Rex, to free the Crystal of Earth and in turn restore life to the dying village of Foresta. Tristam leaves and Benjamin heals Kaeli.

File Name

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

Cart Size

341KB

Region

USA

Version

1.1

Publisher

Square

Genre

RPG

Platform

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

October 5, 1992

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List of Game Genie Codes for Final Fantasy - Mystic Quest

  1. 83AF-D40D
    Infinite Cure Potions
  2. DDA4-D40D
    Cure Potion Restores Life Points to Maximum
  3. C96B-64AB
    Infinite Life Points (Can make enemies invincible, you will need to switch off the Game Genie to defeat them.)
  4. C9B8-D4A6
    Infinite Ninja Stars
  5. C9B0-D7A6
    Infinite Bombs (In Battle)