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Last update :
May 20, 2000

since 05-20-00
since 12-18-99
since 12-18-99 (total for section)
since 10-27-99 (in all pages)
  Welcome to the Mario Fantasy Adventure section! Here, of course, you'll find everything about Mario Fantasy Adventure, which is a hack of Final Fantasy 1.
Acmlm's ROM Hack Domain
Tracking stats:
February 2, 2000: Well, Mario Fantasy Adventure got the "Hack of the Month" award at Challenge Games! Actually, it was for the month of December, but late is better than never ...

January 19, 2000: Once again, two more musics! And there's now a NSF that contains the hacked music data.

January 16, 2000: I didn't update since a long time, eh? Well, I've changed two more musics. That's all ... but I'm working on another hack.

December 25, 1999: Made some minor graphic improvements in battle. You probably won't even notice them, though. Also, I probably won't be back before January 4, 2000. So ... Merry Christmas and Happy New Year (no it isn't the new millenium ...)!

December 21, 1999: New patch now available! This one has 3 musics changed (intro, town and battle), 2 of the new songs come from Mario games, and I made the town music myself. I changed some colors in the game, as well. Also, there's new screenshots!

December 20, 1999: Figured out (not without some help) how to edit music in Final Fantasy!! I immediately started changing the music ...

December 18, 1999: Acmlm's Final Fantasy hack page opened! Already at the first day, I got about 50 visitors ... thanks to my post at Zophar's Message Domain.

December 17, 1999: Acmlm's Final Fantasy hack page has started!

December 13, 1999: The hack is going well, and it got the "Hack of the Week" award at Challenge Games! That's when I decided to make a homepage for it ...

November 19, 1999: Hacking on Final Fantasy has been started.
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© 1999-2002 Acmlm. All pages in Acmlm's ROM Hack Domain are the property of Acmlm (whose real name is Jean-François Lapointe). You can contact him by email by sending a message to acmlm@overclocked.org (I rarely check my email though so don't expect a fast reply). Do not ask Acmlm for ROMs, find them yourself like he did. Acmlm has no affiliation with Nintendo, or whatever other company mentioned here. He's doing this site during his free time, he does ROM hacking for fun, and doesn't get paid for that.