Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls Cheats For Game Boy Advance
Unlock Sound Test.
Beat Final Fantasy 1 and 2 once to unlock a sound test.
Contributed by: Grant Evans
In FF II there is a match-the-faces tile game that gives items and cash prizes. When you are on the ice sled, hold A and keep pressing B to bring up the game.
Contributed by: CobraGT
FF1 Mini Game
While on the ship, hold down A and keep tapping B. Soon, a sliding tile minigame will appear. The aim of the game is to put the numbered tiles in order from 1 to 15. If you do well, you gain items and money!
Contributed by: HaguriSlime
Here lies Link
In Final Fantasy I when you visit Elfheim, press A on the left most tombstone behind the inn. It will say "Here lies Link." Link being the famous star of the Legend of Zelda series.
Contributed by: DoomTheGyarados
Soul of Rebirth
After you've completed the main story, an additional option will appear at the Final Fantasy II main menu. Select Soul of Rebirth to begin a new journey...
Contributed by: Black Sheep
Peninsula of Power
This 2x2 piece of land is Northeast of the town of Pravoka. From Pravoka, head South to the mountains, then East until you see a dock, then from there, head North. The monsters you can find is a whole lot stronger then ordinary monsters around. Other then leveling up skills quickly, the equipments the monsters drop is the best you can get for quite a while; Winter Wolf drops the Ice Shield! Minotaur Zombie drops the Great Axe!
Contributed by: Black Sheep
Toad Memory Game
In FF2, if you level up the Toad spell to lv16, the faces on the memory game change to toads. Also, the prizes will change, yielding Genji equipment for many rankings, and a Masamune for a no-miss game.
Contributed by: Bluntz
Peninsula of Power 2
In Final Fantasy 2 go down from the first town to a peninsula and move around till a foe come out. There you fight very hard foes like Brains. You get major stat boosts if you survive. Great if you started a new file.
Contributed by: jp11
FFII Easy HP and Stamina up
Simply attack yourself one or two times, and your HP and/or stamina will be raised after almost every battle. Im REALLY early in the game and i already have over 1000 HP for each character, and it barely took me any time. As an added bonus, your weapon levels will also be raised.
Contributed by: zombiedude4000
Ride a Chocobo
In Final Fantasy II, directly South of Kashuan Keep is a forest, and within the forest is a small patch of grass. Walk over the grass to enter the hidden Chocobo's Forest, a large field of grass. If you find a Chocobo in it, you can ride it.
Contributed by: Bendilin
Final Fantasy 9 refrence
In the Water shrine, go in it and find the area with all the dancers. Talk to alot of them and you should hear some say something about the Tatarus theater and the "I want to be your canary" play which is all Zidanes theater group in FF9!
Contributed by: Link771
Trance Kuja FF9 Reference
In the whisperwind cove, on the floor where you must find a certain boy, there is one boy that says he wants a "Trance Kuja" doll.
Contributed by: megamanneo
Hidden magic vendor (Final Fantasy II)
In the jade passage in Final Fantasy II, there is a Magic seller behind the lowest level of the waterfall. Enter the waterfall by hugging the wall from the right of left, then when you stop, press the talk button.
Contributed by: 1Gigabyteofram
Pattern of toad spell game- best weapons and armor
Okay, once you get the toad spell to level 16, get on the snowship, then hold A and press the B button 22 times. The secret minigame will then pop up. Play the first one, but don't worry about winning. After you uncover all the toad squares, write the pattern down. Some look a lot alike, so be careful. After that, start a game and give up 31 times without playing. On the 32nd time, it will be the same exact pattern as the one you wrote down. You can now get the best sword and armor in the game.
Contributed by: stephen_mathis
Do extra damage (FFII)
To do extra damage, take any damage doing spell(such as Fire, Ice or Holy)You still get the 1.5 boast to the spell, but it is divided by 1, thus not lowering its damage compared to if there were 2 monsters.
Now go into a fight with only one monster and when your aiming your spell hit up to target every monster (even though there's just one) and attack. you do 1.5 more damage then if you attacked with it aimed only for the solo monster, because the way this damage is done is (Spell damage)x 1.5/ by the number of monsters
Contributed by: DeuxHero
Defeat the four fiends to unlock each new dungeon. Each features random maps, exclusive items, and bosses from other Final Fantasy Games. I recommend beating all four fiends before venturing into the dungeons.
Unlockable Unlockable Defeat Lich. Located near Temple of Chaos. Earthgift Shrine Defeat Marilith. Located in the Dragon Islands. Hellfire Chasm Defeat Kraken. Located near the canal by Melmond. Lifespring Grotto Defeat Tiamat. Located in the rivers near the Ice Cave. Whisperwind Cove
Contributed by: Unlimiting
Beat the game once and wait until it tells you to save after the credits.
Unlockable Unlockable Beat the game once. New Game+
Contributed by: dnextreme88
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