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I'm looking for a Final Fantasy game that was played on computers around the year 1997... from what I remember about the game, it had you choosing from one of four different job classes from the first game, and then you take that character and use him/her to fight all sorts of FF enemies one battle, and one foe at a time until you win. Between battles, you use any Gil/GP that you've earned to buy one healing item for you to use during that battle. The first several battles had generic battle music as its battle theme, that is, until you fight a doppelganger of yourself, where the game starts playing the boss theme from FF6 as the regular battle theme from then on. It's a text-based role-playing game, and the farthest I've ever gotten in the game was the battle after the Cait Sith monster that I fought.

I don't remember the exact title of this game, and I really would like to know about it again to see if it's still available. Also, this is my first post to the forum... please be kind.

EDIT (6/19/2014): Hello, it's me again... the OP of this topic. I want to provide any hints to anyone here who might know the name of this game I was talking about. I think the game might be called "Dark Matter Arena", or something. I'm not certain of the name, but I remember the word "dark" being used, as well as some mention of an arena in the title or the description of the game.

Also, if I'm not mistaken, this game may have been played on your Internet browser, rather than being a full-fledged PC game you install to your computer.

Sorry if I didn't mention any of this before... hopefully this helps. ——Preceding unsigned comment was added by 76.20.21.161 (talkcontribs). Please sign your posts with ~~~~.

Sorry, I don't remember any game like this. Maybe someone else can answer this request properly... JC Holy Knight (talk) 01:20, March 26, 2014 (UTC)
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