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  Thundaga Final Fantasy III Save Editor v1.02
Posted by retrohead on Wed, December 13th, 2006 at 17:42 - 24 Comments
 
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The Thundaga Save Editor for Final Fantasy 3 has been updated. this is possibly the last release of this software.

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Edit Characters:
1.) Edit Name
2.) Edit Current/Max HP
3.) Edit Experience
4.) Edit Level
5.) Enable or Disable the Character
6.) Change the amount of Battles needed to fix Job Penalty's
7.) Editing of Equipment (Hands/Head/Body/Arms)
8.) Editing of Job Levels, Job Experience, Current Job
9.) Status Editing, add or remove various status ailments.

Edit Inventory Items:
Edit Items inside your main inventory (add/remove/increase)

Edit Key Items:
Edit your Key Items (add/remove/increase)

Edit Fat Chocobo Storage Items:
Edit Items inside the Fat Chocobo Storage (add/remove/increase)

Download

Note, if you cant run the Save Editor you need to download the Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package.
Download Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package


 
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muggsy New Zealand

  Wed, December 13th, 2006 at 19:03
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This is gonna sound lame.. but I suck at Final Fantasy 3... and this might make me play it a bit longer.... :lol:
 
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anticon United States

  Sun, January 14th, 2007 at 18:18
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Can´t get this to work, I add all the changes but when I save it to the file and try to play nothing happens, anybody else have this problem?
 
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retrohead United Kingdom

  Mon, January 15th, 2007 at 01:08
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Which flash card are you using? Most I know backup the save when you reload the flash card. try playing another game and saving then edit your file and upload it to you card then when you load the card the game you just played will save rather than Final Fantasy (overwriting you edited save). I´m sure this will be your problem ;)
 
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anticon United States

  Mon, January 15th, 2007 at 03:24
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grassy ass mi amigo, that worked like a charm, hope this helps any other poor soul having the same noobish problems i had :D
 
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curryjg44 Canada

  Sat, January 27th, 2007 at 13:35
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Hey,
   Is there a way I can unpack gameshark ds gamesave files so I can use this editor?  It appears all gamesaves for the games go together into one, bigger file.  I can´t just grab one gamesave and open it.  It´d be really cool to be able to use it.  There probably isn´t, but I figured I´d ask.

Thanks in advance,

Jason
 
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seajay1221 United States

  Sun, January 28th, 2007 at 04:59
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anybody know how to get this rocking on the m3 simply?
 
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Vaskituh Portugal

  Sun, January 28th, 2007 at 10:26
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You just need to copy your save from the M3 Simply to the program and do all the stuff you want, then copy it again to the M3 Simply
 
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gggboy Antigua and Barbuda

  Tue, February 13th, 2007 at 07:03
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anybody know how to get this running on linux? i don´t have win installed on my comp. i really don´t feel like recompiling this to run under linux right now... it´s late :(
 
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Robotron Canada

  Wed, February 14th, 2007 at 07:08
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seajay1221 on Sun, January 28th, 2007 at 04:59

anybody know how to get this rocking on the m3 simply?


I couldn´t get it to save in the 512K filesize used by the simply. So I saved it in 257K M3.dat and then used the simply converter to change it to 512K.
Worked great.
 
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