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Ys III - Wanderers from Ys ROM

Ys III - Wanderers from Ys rom

The Ys III – Wanderers from Ys 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.


Ys III: Wanderers from Ys is a 1989 action role-playing game developed by Nihon Falcom. It is the third game in the Ys series. Ys III was initially released for the PC-8801 and PC-9801 in 1989 under the title Wanderers from Ys, and versions for the MSX2 and X68000 soon followed. In 1991, a number of console ports were produced: versions for the TurboGrafx-CD, Famicom, Super NES, and Sega Genesis. A remake for the PlayStation 2 was released by Taito in 2005.


The opening scene informs the player that it has been three years since the events of Ys I and Ys II. Adol Christin and his friend Dogi are on a journey. Passing through a town, they find a gypsy caravan and Dogi has his fortune told. The fortune teller’s crystal ball explodes and both Adol and Dogi decide to go to Dogi’s hometown of Redmont. On the way to Redmont, the pair chance upon a wildcat that attacks them, saving Dogi’s childhood friend, Elena Stoddart, in the process. Upon arriving, they learn that the townspeople are being threatened by men from nearby Valestein Castle. Always ready for adventure, Adol decides to assume the task of helping them out.

Travelling to Tigray Quarry, Adol discovers that there has been a cave in, and monsters have taken over the quarry. Adol travels deep inside the quarry to rescue Edgar, the mayor of Redmont. After defeating the boss of the Quarry, Ellefale, and claiming the first statue, Adol finds Chester (brother of Elena) threatening Edgar. Adol pulls Edgar back out to the entrance of the quarry and goes back to Redmont. Meeting Elena (formally this time), Adol learns that some statues are being sought by Lord MacGuire, the King of Felghana province (where the game takes place). Another statue is being sought in the Illsburn Ruins, so Adol travels there to retrieve it.

Instead of the top-down camera view used in previous Ys games, Ys III uses a side-scrolling platformer presentation. Auto-attack is removed; the player must push a button to make Adol attack enemies. Otherwise, the gameplay mechanics are identical to previous entries in the series. The statistics, equipment, shopping, experience system, and magic all function the same as in Ys I and II (though spells are represented by rings instead of wand icons, and MP is renamed “Ring Power”), and neither the player character nor the enemies have temporary invincibility.

File Name

Ys III - Wanderers from Ys

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Nihon Falcom


Action RPG


Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

June 21, 1991


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  1. Protection From Most Enemies
  2. Start With 488 Gold Instead Of 1,000
  3. Start With 2,024 Gold
  4. Start With 9,704 Gold
  5. Start With 20,200 Gold
  6. Start With 40,168 Gold
  7. Start With 65,512 Gold
  8. Gain Experience Quicker
  9. Gain Experience Much Quicker
  10. Start With 100 Hit Points Instead Of 20
  11. Start With 200 Hit Points
  12. Items Are Free If You Have Enough Money
  13. Start With 255 Hit Point, Start Of Game Only
  14. Get 250 Experience From Each Enemy
  15. Get 26 Experience From Each Enemy, And They Don’t Die
  16. Kill An Enemy To Level Up
  17. Kill An Enemy For Maximum Gold
  18. View ‘Equipment’ To Get All Of It
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