Final Fantasy IIIj is the japanese Final Fantasy III, released for the Famicom (known as NES in North America). The j differentiates the name from Final Fantasy III (FFVI), a North American SNES game.
Until finally releasing the game to the United States by porting it to the Nintendo DS (2006), Apple iOS (2011), and Android (2012), the only way to play the game was through NES emulators with Japaneese language patches. Square delayed the launch of an international release due to working on the successor, Final Fantasy IV.
Final Fantasy III is a lot like Final Fantasy I and Final Fantasy V in which Characters are named and classes are chosen. Moogles make their first appearence in this game. Kupo! There are 2 types of the friendly chocobo - White (movement) and Fat (storage). Some of the classic job system started in this game and Square wisely went back to the experience/level up system (previsouly abandoned in FFII).
The earth is restless... Four young orphans investigate a newly formed cave just outside their village, only to be attacked by savage beasts. Fighting through, they uncover the long lost Wind Crystal with an urgent message upon which the fate of everything rests. A long-contained force of evil is ready to make a power play that could leave the world in ruin, and only the four mythic Light Warriors can stop it!
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|Final Fantasy III ||Famicom|
|Final Fantasy III ||Nintendo DS|
|Final Fantasy III ||iOS|
|Final Fantasy III ||Android|
|Final Fantasy III ||Sony PSP|
|Final Fantasy III ||Playstation Store|
|Final Fantasy III ||Kindle Fire|
|Final Fantasy III ||Ouya|
|Final Fantasy III ||Windows Phone|
|Final Fantasy III ||Wii U Virtual Console|
|Final Fantasy III ||Microsoft Windows Steam|
|Final Fantasy III ||Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console|