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Final Fantasy: Chronicles of Eno is a fan game based on the beloved Final Fantasy Franchise, though with an unusual twist.

It is also an adaptation of a long-running Dungeons and Dragons campaign! Created by a team of two developers, a musician and in correspondence with an artist, not to mention the input of the original players, we're dedicated to seeing our dearly held tale come to life in a fun and exciting way!

  • Explore Eno, there are plenty of optional areas to discover...

  • Hidden scenes! Can you unlock the bonus, secret content?

  • A Deep Lore. Eno has a history spreading millennia, all ready to uncover...

  • Your favourite tracks from the Final Fantasy series!

  • Different spell types, use them carefully as you prepare for the limit break!

  • Trophies! Fully compatible with Gamejolt Trophies, so get earning!

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Official Trailer:



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Release 0.2.0 Changelog:

  • Several Hours of New Story Content

  • The Second Face of Pandora's Box

  • 3 New Large Cities

  • 3 new Towns and Villages

  • 5 New Dungeons

  • 4 New Side Quests

  • Updated Chapter 1 Nu Mou Sprite and Music.

  • Gameplay Rebalances.

  • Chapter Selection Menu.

  • Revamped Scene Artwork.

  • Revamped Battle Backgrounds.

  • Modified and updated base RTP tilesets.

  • New Spells and Abilities.

  • New Items

  • Reworked Trophy system.

  • Reworked main menu & randomiser.

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What is the story?

Eno is a continent that is starting to slip into turmoil. The Mithra islands are plagued with a demonic infection, a rogue technologically advanced organisation conducts horrific experiments, crime families tighten their grip on the less developed areas of the landmass... And throughout it all, a figure of legend long thought defeated pulls the strings of the world's destruction.

But the strings of fate are also in motion, five strangers being brought together by complete chance. Each with their own tales unfolding amid the chaos, the five must develop their friendship to survive more than they could possibly imagine.

It is an organic, natural tale crafted from the real interactions of five different people, their own friendship forged right alongside their characters. Help cultivate these five as they did, expertly translated from the tabletop to your screen.

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Gameplay:

The game controls as many RPG Maker titles do, a top-down perspective controlled with the arrow keys, battles being turn-based. You level up as the story dictates, but you must keep your gear in check and up to standard if you are to have any hope of defeating your foes! From simple mooks to the most dangerous of bosses, each move will need to be carefully considered if you are to prevail.

And beyond simple enemies, so too may you encounter puzzles in the world. Do you have what it takes to contend with the crafty Cogmog the Moogle?

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Credits:

  • Story by - Skijarama, Tom117z, Lumina Starlight, Darkness, Hades Shadow 92

  • Programming and Design by - Skijarama, Tom117z

  • Bug Testing - Blank Page, Phoenix130984

  • Original Art by - RifTheBit, Untitled Expression, Hagalazka

  • Trophy API for RPG Maker MV - Florian van Strien

  • Trophy API 1.6.2 Compatibility Fork - JeffreyDavis

The full list of outsourced assets and other credits are listed in the game's end credits.

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Release Schedule:

Due to the scale of the game, and the fact that the campaign, one year later, is still ongoing, Eno will be released chapter by chapter. It will start by chapter 1, then chapter 2 and onwards.

If you keep your save files chapter-by-chapter, your progress will not be lost!

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The YouTube Series:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-988qbtBHlxQNysK2FWSdfAAo7jfNnp9

TV Tropes Page:

https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/FinalFantasyChroniclesOfEno

Latest Blog

Update 0.2.2

Update 0.2.2

-Modified Kujata encounter so it can only be fought and killed once.

-Removed pointless EXP progress bar.

-General Bug Fixes.
  • Production
  • 2 of 7 episodes complete
  • tom117z
  • RPG Maker MV
  • Action Adventure RPG
  • 03/18/2020 04:48 AM
  • 04/01/2021 10:39 PM
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A game about Quarantines, what better way to waste ones wasted time?
I have only made it as far as my 1st drink of Water but am finding this to be a delightful experience and the music is well done and balanced to the scenes.
A spell that can cure hangovers?
Why does this have to be just fantasy?

Update,
I just finished with this installment and outside of a couple of glitches think that this one is a real winner,
Eagerly awaiting the next installment.
The story has got me hooked.
Thank you for this.
Some questions:
Why don't I earn EXP?
I nearly died during the surprise attack, even with using my collected potions and ethers before the last two battles.
At least let me grind for more money, but there are no random encounters at the docks.

Are only some of the cutscenes different for the chosen party leader or more?
Currently playing as Ni Ethil and collecting bugs and typos while writing a guide.
author=Firefly84
Some questions:
Why don't I earn EXP?
I nearly died during the surprise attack, even with using my collected potions and ethers before the last two battles.
At least let me grind for more money, but there are no random encounters at the docks.

Are only some of the cutscenes different for the chosen party leader or more?
Currently playing as Ni Ethil and collecting bugs and typos while writing a guide.

For the first question, levels are a progress-oriented thing, while increasing stats beyond what is designated is determined by two things; gil and skill shards. Grinding for gil will become easier once the world map unlocks, which you can do during the 'snowy M'Rasu' segment by examining the map in Leran Kane's throne room when it glows. The opening is somewhat linear (FF7 style, M'Rasu is our Midgar) but it opens up when you unlock the map. If you miss said map you'll be locked in until Chapter 2 opens up the world map anyway.

You can also do some grinding in the cultist hideout and M'rasu grasslands dungeons. Particularly the latter since you should be more equipped and able to deal with basic enemies by then. There's also the M'Rasu city map, though encounters there aren't the most common.

As for skill shards, they are gained by killing enemies on the world map and completing side quests. They boost your general stats depending on the type of shard required (health, power etc.), and help combat enemies in your current level range. Get enough and you can tackle higher-level areas, though that's optional and most you will be able to come back and do later in the story. The exception is endgame dungeons, which go WAY beyond max level depending on the zone, and skill shards will be required to be able to tackle them.

For the second question, cutscenes are mostly the same no matter the character leading the party. Cutscenes only change if you tackle side quests with or without certain party members currently present.

Any bugs and typos found and reported are appreciated! Still being in development, we're always searching for errors to patch up.
author=tom117z
author=Firefly84
Some questions:
Why don't I earn EXP?
I nearly died during the surprise attack, even with using my collected potions and ethers before the last two battles.
At least let me grind for more money, but there are no random encounters at the docks.

Are only some of the cutscenes different for the chosen party leader or more?
Currently playing as Ni Ethil and collecting bugs and typos while writing a guide.
For the first question, levels are a progress-oriented thing, while increasing stats beyond what is designated is determined by two things; gil and skill shards. Grinding for gil will become easier once the world map unlocks, which you can do during the 'snowy M'Rasu' segment by examining the map in Leran Kane's throne room when it glows. The opening is somewhat linear (FF7 style, M'Rasu is our Midgar) but it opens up when you unlock the map. If you miss said map you'll be locked in until Chapter 2 opens up the world map anyway.

You can also do some grinding in the cultist hideout and M'rasu grasslands dungeons. Particularly the latter since you should be more equipped and able to deal with basic enemies by then. There's also the M'Rasu city map, though encounters there aren't the most common.

As for skill shards, they are gained by killing enemies on the world map and completing side quests. They boost your general stats depending on the type of shard required (health, power etc.), and help combat enemies in your current level range. Get enough and you can tackle higher-level areas, though that's optional and most you will be able to come back and do later in the story. The exception is endgame dungeons, which go WAY beyond max level depending on the zone, and skill shards will be required to be able to tackle them.

For the second question, cutscenes are mostly the same no matter the character leading the party. Cutscenes only change if you tackle side quests with or without certain party members currently present.

Any bugs and typos found and reported are appreciated! Still being in development, we're always searching for errors to patch up.

Thanks, so I will play further then.
My Bug Report and Guide, I will update it while playing.
author=Firefly84
author=tom117z
author=Firefly84
Some questions:
Why don't I earn EXP?
I nearly died during the surprise attack, even with using my collected potions and ethers before the last two battles.
At least let me grind for more money, but there are no random encounters at the docks.

Are only some of the cutscenes different for the chosen party leader or more?
Currently playing as Ni Ethil and collecting bugs and typos while writing a guide.
For the first question, levels are a progress-oriented thing, while increasing stats beyond what is designated is determined by two things; gil and skill shards. Grinding for gil will become easier once the world map unlocks, which you can do during the 'snowy M'Rasu' segment by examining the map in Leran Kane's throne room when it glows. The opening is somewhat linear (FF7 style, M'Rasu is our Midgar) but it opens up when you unlock the map. If you miss said map you'll be locked in until Chapter 2 opens up the world map anyway.

You can also do some grinding in the cultist hideout and M'rasu grasslands dungeons. Particularly the latter since you should be more equipped and able to deal with basic enemies by then. There's also the M'Rasu city map, though encounters there aren't the most common.

As for skill shards, they are gained by killing enemies on the world map and completing side quests. They boost your general stats depending on the type of shard required (health, power etc.), and help combat enemies in your current level range. Get enough and you can tackle higher-level areas, though that's optional and most you will be able to come back and do later in the story. The exception is endgame dungeons, which go WAY beyond max level depending on the zone, and skill shards will be required to be able to tackle them.

For the second question, cutscenes are mostly the same no matter the character leading the party. Cutscenes only change if you tackle side quests with or without certain party members currently present.

Any bugs and typos found and reported are appreciated! Still being in development, we're always searching for errors to patch up.
Thanks, so I will play further then.
My Bug Report and Guide, I will update it while playing.

Awesome, I'll get into fixing those initial bugs you pointed out. Though for your guide, I wouldn't bother mentioning the EXP thing further as, again, levels occur based on where you are in the story. Progression is achieved through shards, available from some side quests and the world map after defeating the Chapter 1 end-boss.

EDIT: Alright, I've gone through and fixed the problems you pointed out. As for that unreachable woman, that's very much deliberate to the point she has funny text if you 'somehow' manage to break the game and get to her.
Serious Bug Warning

In Chapter 2 after you have entered the Poronton Town Square, don't return to the docks or your screen turns permamently black.
You can heal and save at the inn instead.

A fix will be up with the next update.


Another advice:

Don't change the Message Speed to "Instant" in options or some texts will only flash by too fast to read.

Another annoying bug (will be fixed with the update):
Mika will level up once too early at the end of chapter 1 and so breaking the balance. Please send your next save file after that boss to the developer for fixing.

Tonight the devs will upload a updated download that will address a total of 3 critical bugs (those mentioned here and a missing file).
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