Final Fantasy

Sound chip: AY-3-8910
System: MSX2
Composers: Nobuo Uematsu Tadahiro Nitta
Developer: Square
Publisher: Microcabin
Release date: 1989
01. The Prelude 0:44 + 0:43
02. Opening Theme 0:39 + 0:39
03. Corneria Castle 0:18 + 0:18
04. Main Theme 0:27 + 0:26
05. Chaos' Temple 0:26 + 0:26
06. Matoya's Cave 0:33 + 0:32
07. Town 0:20 + 0:20
08. Shop 0:26 + 0:26
09. Ship 0:40 + 0:39
10. Underwater Temple 0:26 + 0:26
11. Dungeon 0:25 + 0:24
12. Menu Screen 0:15 + 0:15
13. Airship 0:22 + 0:22
14. Gurgu Volcano 0:33 + 0:33
15. Floating Castle 0:32 + 0:32
16. Battle Scene 0:58 + 0:42
17. Victory 0:17 + 0:13
18. Dead Music 0:22 + 0:22
19. Save Music 0:06
20. Getting an Important Item 0:04
21. Ending Theme 1:15 + 0:43
Total: 9:57 + 8:52
History
Version Date Author Description
1.00 2019-11-14 sdsnatcher73 Initial release.
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Created by stripping the OPLL (YM2413) from
Valley Bell's pack for the same game. Mainly
because vgmplay-msx cannot mute a specific chip
and it's nice to play this on real hardware.

sdsnatcher73

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