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Final Fantasy: Tales of Magic 2
Posted by Travis on 18 July 2010, 06:56 GMT

Final Fantasy: Tales of Magic 2 screenshotAnother previously overlooked TI-83 Plus program, Final Fantasy: Tales of Magic 2 by Hitoshi Koizumi, is a follow-up of Final Fantasy: Tales of Magic v1.5, featured back around 2001. This even more advanced installment of the RPG uses TI-BASIC and some ASM utilities and is highly in depth with around an hour of cutscenes and 10+ hours of gameplay.

Due to the complexity of the game, it is essential that users read and follow the detailed installation instructions in the readme to get the game working.

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Re: Final Fantasy: Tales of Magic 2
Kevin Ouellet Account Info
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My favorite TI-83 Plus RPG. Altough it isn't the case anymore with the arrival of TI-BASIC Developer and all its new tricks (Circle(X,Y,Radius,{imaginary i}), anyone?), back in the days, that was a reference in lib-enhanced BASIC programming.

Reply to this comment    18 July 2010, 16:24 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy: Tales of Magic 2
ztrumpet Account Info

This is one of my favorite RPGs for the calculator, hands down. It's great that this is featured, even if it took so long. =D

Reply to this comment    21 July 2010, 15:08 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy: Tales of Magic 2
Patrick Prendergast  Account Info

Absolutely fantastic game, a true marvel for a calculator! 10+ hours out of game that measures in the KB's :).

Reply to this comment    24 July 2010, 02:11 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy: Tales of Magic 2
Aaron Yam  Account Info

Can someone help me? I downloaded Final Fantasy: Tales of Magic on my Ti84+ and it gave me an error after trying to start the game. It said: ERR:UNDEFINED.
Is it the OS 2.53MP?

Reply to this comment    26 October 2010, 18:17 GMT

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