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Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Posted on 22 November 1998, 23:55 GMT

[Final Fantasy: The Calling Screenshot]
Josh Morris of Macross Software has released a demo of his upcoming game, Final Fantasy: The Calling for the TI-85 (ZShell). This will be a fighting RPG based on the characters from Squaresofts's Final Fantasy VII. Features will include the same basic fight engine from FFVII, summons, spells, items, and more. This game is a must for anyone who has played Final Fantasy VII.

 


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Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Rob Hornick

Someone needs to make this for the TI-92!

     23 November 1998, 05:17 GMT

Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Hohai

It's not fair to the ones who has TI-89 or 92 for no Final Fantasy to play

     24 November 1998, 03:29 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Ctrl~Alt~Del

Um, there are versions of FF7 for the 89 and 92. It's in BASIC, but it's probably the best BASIC game I've ever played. If you can find a site that has it (gee, I can't seem to think of one offhand =) ), I'm sure they'll let you download it.

     24 November 1998, 04:33 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
The Notorious Computerman
(Web Page)

Will you guys stop complaining?! The TI-85 hasn't had a new game in AGES, and when we '85 users are finally promised one, you guys say it's unfair! gimme a break!

     28 November 1998, 02:08 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Ctrl-Alt-Del

Wait! You're not complaining, are you? Didn't think so. =)

     28 November 1998, 06:51 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Sky

I don't think they're complaining, but this is a point. Before we start worring about 83,86,89,92 ports, let's get the 85 version completed. We 85ers haven't had a new game in ages. By the way, in response to above messages concerning the phoniness of Macross Software, you are full of it. I have spoken Mikel Blanchard, as well as Josh Morris, two members (and the president), so before you get this conspiracy theory in your head, do some real research.

     29 November 1998, 05:48 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
NVC

Ti-85 LIVES

     25 January 1999, 13:33 GMT


Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Chris Loranger

Dude, there all ready is a FF7 game for the ti-92. You can find it on the dimension TI page.
-Chris-
Also, is this just a FMV production, cuz it takes up soooo much memory.

     28 November 1998, 17:45 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Quantum

This looks great, going to have to borrow a friend's 85 :) I have an 86 here, I'd love to see this either under 10K or ported... There was a zelda game that looked cool for the 82, still in beta.... what happened to it?

     23 November 1998, 17:49 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Josh Morris
(Web Page)

You all are funny, really. All of you smell a rat or something, but this game is REALLY happening. :) And I should hope it would be awesome... I hope you all found the ASMovie fun enough, thanks to Erik Huizing for that. Visit his homepage if you like, at http://www.ucalgary.ca/~ehuizing, and please, don't mention SquareSoft suing me. That would suck. :) If you want to see my disclaimer, feel free to check it and my personal FF7:TC page out, at http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/Maze/9913

BTW, I've seen the Zelda screenshot on my very own calculator, and I don't disbelieve Mikel Blanchard at all, there will be an awesome Zelda85 coming out soon... skeptics always look dumb. :)

Thank ya.
-Josh Morris

     23 November 1998, 18:23 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Cloud Strufe

Please Please port to the 83!!!

     23 November 1998, 22:46 GMT

Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
David

hey, try ffx4 before someone wastes their time porting this to the 83. Now the 86 on the other hand...

     24 November 1998, 01:39 GMT


Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
GWBasic

Heh, if you want it on the TI-83, I hope you have a lot of spare memory, because chances are that it'll eat it all up!

     24 November 1998, 03:07 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Dan Sandstrom

Yes!!!! Please, somebody port this to ALL TIs!!!

     23 November 1998, 23:14 GMT


Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released

yes, WE REALLY NEED AN TI-73 and TI- 81 version, those are the tytest calcs that are out!

     24 November 1998, 00:27 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
The Notorious Computerman
(Web Page)

The 73 and 81?! First off, how are you gonna transfer it on there? You'd have to sit for several hours typing in the code, only to have to do it again if the calc ever crashed! Second, those calcs don't have assembly support, so it can't be ported anyway.

     28 November 1998, 02:17 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Mr Tonto

Have you ever heard of sarcasm, Mr. Serious? And the 73 does have a link port.

     28 November 1998, 03:54 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
hoyboy

Uh, I don't think anyone in the entire world would port FF to a 73 or 81.

     28 November 1998, 22:46 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
.

The TI-81 has 2,400? bytes of user memory, and no asm suport or link port. Its basic stinks AND it is verry slow.

     5 December 1998, 22:58 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Chernobyl

Where's the website for that guy? ML.org is down...so...where's the short-cut lead to? Anyone?

     24 November 1998, 03:14 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy: The Calling demo released
Gandalf

Just wondering: When does will the final product be released? and then the 86 port? Just trying to get a time frame here. Soon, we all hope... :)

Gandalf

     24 November 1998, 03:40 GMT

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