Download Final Fantasy Blackmoon Prophecy PC Game 2014

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Memory: 256 MB
Processor: Pentium IV 1.6 GHz

Graphics: 128 MB
OS: XP / Vista / 7/8
Year: 2014
Developer: Daniel Babineau
Version: Full Last Release

Final Fantasy Blackmoon Prophecy - non-canonical branch in the world of the eponymous series of games. According to the plot, another 100 years ago, an ancient evil decided to destroy all living on Earth with the help of magic element crystals. But the plans of antagonists decided to prevent brave heroes, who united in one team to combat evil. To do this, they have to overcome 30 mandatory and 10 additional dungeons, for 3 varieties of worlds and defeat about 400 monsters.

Characters in Final Fantasy Blackmoon Prophecy are divided into categories:

  • Playable, including the main character of Van Weinsstrong, the thief of Ardel, black magician Olyston Saradin, White Magina Ealina Alunira, Ninja Nobumas, traveler, using blue magic, Ami Peperro, Dargun Darius, Fencing Siegfried, Wizard Godo, Warrior Vera Farabrandt
  • Temporary, for example, the best friend of Master Heruba Vana, Hans Verrater, Brancha;
  • Secret, open after passing certain locations the main characters. In the game, you can open Bosh Mountain, treasure hunter and a collector of artifacts, which is distinguished by a double attack, an elementalist Jasmine or Omicron.
On the way to victory, the detachment of the Savior meets various monsters - Chokobo and Muglov, Goblins, Kaktuars and Tonberres. These creatures react differently to the same spells, so the gamer need to thoroughly think about each attack. There are also urgent entities - Espires, Iprit, Shiva, Bahamut, Leviathan, Rama, they can be effective against one opponents and are completely useless in the fight against others.

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