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'''''Final Fantasy X: Fantasy War''''' is an unlicensed game for the Game Boy Color, loosely based on the ''Final Fantasy'' series of RPGs. It was published in Taiwan by [[SKOB]] and in mainland China by [[Guangzhou Li Cheng Industry & Trade Co]], although its developer and release year are unknown.
 
'''''Final Fantasy X: Fantasy War''''' is an unlicensed game for the Game Boy Color, loosely based on the ''Final Fantasy'' series of RPGs. It was published in Taiwan by [[SKOB]] and in mainland China by [[Guangzhou Li Cheng Industry & Trade Co]], although its developer and release year are unknown.

Revision as of 20:01, March 17, 2016

Final Fantasy X: Fantasy War
Fantasywartitle
Title screen
Publisher SKOB, Guangzhou Li Cheng Industry & Trade Co
Developer Unknown
Console Game Boy Color
Date After 2001
Sound engine Takara (King of Fighters '95)
Alternate names/hacks "Space Fighter X"

Final Fantasy X: Fantasy War is an unlicensed game for the Game Boy Color, loosely based on the Final Fantasy series of RPGs. It was published in Taiwan by SKOB and in mainland China by Guangzhou Li Cheng Industry & Trade Co, although its developer and release year are unknown.

Gameplay

The game is a side-scrolling fighter with four playable characters: a warrior with a sword, a chocobo, a black mage, and an archer. The B button is used to attack, with the former two having attack combos and the latter two using short-ranged projectiles. The A button is used to jump. The player can also run by tapping Left or Right twice.

Each character has two special attacks. One is performed by pressing B and A together and costs some health. The other is performed by entering a Hadoken motion (Down, Down-Forward, Forward) followed by B and consumes a little of the red "magic" meter.

There are no items or collectible weapons; however, the player will "level up" after doing enough damage. This increases the player's strength, and it also restores their health and magic meters like a traditional Final Fantasy game.

Trivia

  • The sound effects and music are taken from The King of Fighters '95. In addition, most of the music is inexplicably sped up during gameplay.
  • If you notice, the title screen has Firion from Final Fantasy 2 in it.

Gallery

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