World of Final Fantasy
World of Final Fantasy is a role-playing game reminiscent of early Final Fantasy games. The gameplay elements are simplified from other role-playing games, so as to be accessible to younger players. The game features a stacking ability that allows characters and monsters to combine into groups to take on larger opponents, or make strategic moves in combat. The stacking feature visually represents itself as the protagonists changing size, and riding monsters into battle.
Players will also wrangle various iconic Final Fantasy monsters and animals raise and learn new abilities. Using the Active Time Battle system, a combat system often used in the Final Fantasy series, involving menu-based control of protagonists with combat occurring continuously while players issue commands.
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