Final Fantasy VI Cheats For Super Nintendo

  1. Get lots of items

    When you have Vanish and Relm, go into battle, have one other character cast vanish on a desired opponent then have Relm Sketch that opponent and QUICKLY run away, check your items and voila! *Note, may not work on all carts. 1/1000 chance of freezing the game.

    Contributed by: DJellybean 

  2. Instantly kill enemies

    First you need the Vanish spell and the Doom spell. (X-Zone could also work) Cast Vanish on the enemy and then cast Doom on the vanished target. This also works on about 95% of bosses!

    Contributed by: BrakZero 

  3. Another Game Glitch

    Put Gau and Relm in the same party. Have Gau jump on an opponent. Fight until he comes back, but before he does his little speech, have Relm sketch him. If your game is glitchable, then there is a chance at switched up character sprites and/or many items added to inventory after the battle. I recieved 255 MagicBoxes and 255 Atmas Weapons this way the 5th time I did it. (Note this only works on the early carts. Will not work on all carts.)

    Contributed by: Psycho_ 

  4. Evade Glitch

    On all versions of the SNES cartridge, the evade% stat has no effect.
    All algorithms use MBlock% to calculate dodging/blocking an attack, magical or physical.
    128% is where MBlock% is maxed at effectiveness (higher isn't worse, it just isn't any more effective)

    Therefore, equip your characters to 128 MBlock% or higher and you'll be nearly invincible (block or dodge any unblockable attack.)

    Contributed by: Apprentice 

  5. Easy Level Ups

    Note: you must have a turbo controller to do this trick

    When you make it to the Lete River, set your window commands to "Short" and switch Banon's "Health" and "Attack" then switch the commands back to "Window" so you can have Banon's Health as the default command. When you get to a point where you have a choice of going "Straight" or Left set your controller to turbo and tape down the A button. Leave your game on overnight and you will likely be around level 50-60.

    Contributed by: bokothechoco 

  6. Psycho Cyan

    In a battle, have Cyan use Retort, then cast Imp on him. Then use an attack that kills him without triggering Retort, such as magic, or killing him in one hit. Now revive him and use the Fight command with anyone. Cyan will counterattack every move that is made, including his own. In other words, Cyan will attack his enemies over and over again, uninterrupted, until they are all dead.

    Contributed by: Lucid Faia 

  7. Double Mp with Runic!!

    Equip Celes with a Cursed Shield. If she absorbs (with runic)a spell the shield makes her weak against (fire is what i used) she gets back double the mp of the spell.

    Contributed by: BAHAMUTSTEAR 

  8. Save anywhere in Kefka's Tower

    First start by getting one of your groups onto a save point. Now cycle through the groups until you arrive back at the one on the save point. Switch groups one more time and go to the party screen and the "Save" command should be useable (and you can even use Tents!). Even after walking around and getting into a battle, the Save command should still be available.

    Contributed by: Elekid 34 

  9. Save Cid

    When you're supposed to catch some fish for Cid, be sure to catch the fast ones that moves around in the water and give those to Cid so he can live. If you catch the slow ones and feed them to Cid, he'll die because the slow ones are the sick fish and the fast ones are the healthy ones.

    Contributed by: CW Boi 209 

  10. Save a Character (spoilers)

    As the world is collapsing on the Floating Continent, and you have six minutes to get off, make your way to the very end where you can jump down to the airship. Instead of jumping, wait and do not move. When there is five seconds left on the clock Shadow will appear and jump down to the airship with you instead of dying.

    Contributed by: Anonymous 

  11. Easy Win - Wrexsoul

    When fighting the Wrexsoul in Cyan's dreams at Doma in the World of Ruin, there is a glitch involving his Gi Nattak attack. In this attack, the Wrexsoul will possess one of your four characters for a time until he kills them. If, in that time, you defeat all of the enemies allying him, you will automatically win the battle despite not having killed Wrexsoul himself. (Note: You will not gain any of the rewards normally associated with Wrexsoul's defeat.)

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  12. Equip Anything Glitch - JP Versions Only

    To begin with, sell everything that the intended character you wish to put something on can equip. Next, put the desired "equip anything" item in the final bottom-rightmost slot of the items menu, slot #256. This item can be literally ANYTHING you want, even things that cannot be equipped, such as the Drill item. After doing this, press Optimize and the item will stay there and can be equipped by the person with no equipment in any particular area of their equipment. For example, the aforementioned Drill can be taken on as a helmet. Depending on the item, a huge variety of stat changes can occur: once again, the Drill actually makes your Defense and Magic Defense go to 255, meaning almost every attack only deals 1 damage!

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  13. Equipment Immunity-Granting Glitch

    Normally, two pieces of equipment - the Force Shield and Cursed Shield - are supposed to grant status ailments in battle. The Cursed Shield is the one you'll want to most use with this glitch, since it only grants bad ailments, whereas the Force Shield grants the positive one in Shell. If you equip the Cursed Shield in the middle of battle - not before, DURING - you will instead be granted immunity to all of the ailments it gives, which is most of the ailments in the game!

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  14. 0 HP Character Glitch

    The 0 HP Character Glitch provides a means by which a character can achieve 0 HP, but still remain alive according to the game and thereby also be invulnerable (as KO'ed characters cannot be targeted or harmed). This will last until the character is healed by some means, such as a Potion or Cure in the field. There are several ways in which to do this.

    The most feasible method of doing so requires the use of Doom and Jump. When a character afflicted by Doom has Jump, have them use Jump as their Doom counter nears zero. If the counter reaches zero while the character is in the air, and after that point but before the execution of the actual Jump attack the battle ends, then the character will be invulnerable.

    Another feasible method requires the use of the Zombie and Petrified statuses and cures for these. When a party member is Zombified, they should then be Petrified. Then you should cure their Zombification through a Holy Water and their Petrification through any desired means. This will also induce the glitch.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  15. Airship Glitch

    This glitch will allow you to obtain the Blackjack at an early point in the game, should you so desire. To execute this glitch, you must first save the game in the overworld at the first possible opportunity: this point (which can be shifted, but is ideally done early) is the point in the game where you'll have the Blackjack. From this point on, you must play the game without saving until you reach the Floating Continent: at this point, you must travel along it until you can get onto the Blackjack. Get on it and fly around for a while in it without landing - 10 minutes is sufficient - and then return to the Floating Continent. There, get a Game Over.

    You will then restart gameplay from the point of the initial save, with one key change: you are aboard the Blackjack! Several features will be restricted to you, such as entering the interior and re-entering the airship after landing it. This has a number of benefits despite this. For example, you can fly to an area in the game to skip all events up to that point (Zozo being the latest allowed). You can also bring temporary characters - such as Leo or Banon - to other, early points in the game by flying.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  16. Jump Glitch

    Normally, Jump is only intended to double the damage earned from spear-class weapons; however, this can be extended to any weapon so long as the wielder can hold two weapons. If you equip two weapons, one of whom is a spear, the second weapon's damage also is doubled by Jump. Other exploits can be derived from Jump's accumulation of active weapons' properties; for example, if someone uses Mug while someone is Jumping, all Jumps from there on will also have the effects of Mug.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  17. Prevent Organyx From Breaking

    To prevent Organyx from breaking, you can put it in a character's right hand, then also equip them with the Dragoon Boots but without the Dragon Horn. The sword will now never break because it was encoded improperly for this situation, where it is meant to check the left hand here.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  18. Enemy Revival Glitch

    To execute this glitch, you must put Reraise on an undead enemy: this can be done through Rippler to trade Reraise from someone, at least most reliably. Then you must use an instant-death attack or spell on the same foe: the foe will die, then return to life, and then die again because Reraise auto-revived it and Life is Death for the undead. This causes the game to consider that the foe was killed twice, doubling the received rewards.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  19. Event Bypassing

    Let us assume you have a tile you wish to bypass: this tile can be a tile which triggers an event - such as a boss - or you simply a wall you wish to walk through. If you open the menu and quickly press the direction in which you desire to move as it loads, you can walk in the direction chosen, but the game's hit detection will fail, allowing you to walk into and through walls with repeated use and to also bypass various event battles.

    The most famous instance of this glitch is known to many fans as the "Moghan glitch", in which Locke is able to bypass the guards in South Figaro and head to South Figaro Cave without Celes and in turn instead have Moghan. However, this glitch is also abusable in a number of other instances.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  20. Pincer Battle Row Glitch

    Typically during a pincer battle - a battle in which enemies are on both sides of the party - there is supposed to be only one singular row, rather than the front and back row. Despite this, you can still select the Row option in battle: everyone will initially be in the front row, and now in the back row, quickly halving the damage each take, even though there was no true position change.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

Walkthroughs & FAQs

Type Name File Size
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Ash_Riot 120K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Spanettone 1595K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Chaz Ashley 319K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Lord Zero 163K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Remz 224K
Game Genie Codes Game Genie Codes by GGCCC 61K
General FAQs FAQ/Strategy Guide by CAvery 113K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Mighty Oracle 1066K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by JParise 230K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Karpah 703K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by DC 421K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by MaouJacky 133K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by JD Cyr 80K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Semaj 25K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Djibriel 1313K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by ebmid2 170K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by DJellybean 738K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Super Slash 581K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Mynock 267K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Khaos09 185K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by A I e x 404K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Atom Edge 262K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Psycho Penguin 696K
In-Depth FAQs 10-hour Challenge Walkthrough by proscientia 36K
In-Depth FAQs 6:30 Speed Walkthrough by BalnabZ 60K
In-Depth FAQs Algorithms FAQ by Terii Senshi 100K
In-Depth FAQs Attack Guide by Master ZED 81K
In-Depth FAQs Boss FAQ by RedDemon 26K
In-Depth FAQs Bug FAQ by Master ZED 145K
In-Depth FAQs CES Challenge FAQ by Paltheos 80K
In-Depth FAQs Challenge Walkthrough by tskisoccer 77K
In-Depth FAQs Character FAQ by Meeple Lard 249K
In-Depth FAQs Colosseum Guide by Mnrogar 88K
In-Depth FAQs Cursed Shield Guide by Tze Jo 56K
In-Depth FAQs Endings Guide by Agent0042 13K
In-Depth FAQs Esper/Magic Guide by Fantasy Gamer 94K
In-Depth FAQs Experience FAQ by dinobotmaximized 118K
In-Depth FAQs Experience Guide by mog255 14K
In-Depth FAQs Fewest Steps Challenge Guide by Ilsoap 182K
In-Depth FAQs Game Script by tskisoccer 142K
In-Depth FAQs Item FAQ by Atom Edge 337K
In-Depth FAQs Level # Lore Guide by Djibriel 26K
In-Depth FAQs Lore Guide by Skoobouy 25K
In-Depth FAQs Lores Acquisition Guide by assassin17 135K
In-Depth FAQs Low Level FAQ/Walkthrough by rjpageuk and Crinkles 100K
In-Depth FAQs Low Level FAQ/Walkthrough by SharkESP 48K
In-Depth FAQs Low-Level Natural Magic Game Walkthrough by Zelgaddis 88K
In-Depth FAQs Mag Roader Guide by Novalia Spirit 17K
In-Depth FAQs Monster List by GDobson 146K
In-Depth FAQs Monster Scripts FAQ by bover_87 283K
In-Depth FAQs Monster Statistics Guide by Master ZED 354K
In-Depth FAQs Monster/Treasure Chart by FFfanNol 28K
In-Depth FAQs Natural Magic Game FAQ by Meeple Lard 168K
In-Depth FAQs Official Soundtrack FAQ by OrangeCrocodile 18K
In-Depth FAQs Perfect Stats Guide by Leviathan Mist 54K
In-Depth FAQs Rage Guide by Djibriel 276K
In-Depth FAQs Rage Guide by Skoobouy 56K
In-Depth FAQs Rages and Lores Guide by JJohnson 32K
In-Depth FAQs Rare/Missable Item FAQ by bover_87 40K
In-Depth FAQs Save State Hacking Guide by Zelaphny 42K
In-Depth FAQs Save State Hacking Guide by DracoStar 14K
In-Depth FAQs Single Character Challenge FAQ by Meeple Lard 480K
In-Depth FAQs Sketch Glitch FAQ by Satarack 97K
In-Depth FAQs Sketch Guide by Djibriel 38K
In-Depth FAQs Slot Guide by Master ZED 33K
In-Depth FAQs Treasure Checklist by Corundum 25K
In-Depth FAQs US/Japan Differences by Cless 10K
Maps and Charts Dreamscape Map by bover_87 435K
Maps and Charts Imperial Palace Map by nJOY_CJ 17K
Maps and Charts World of Balance Map by vrapong 19K
Maps and Charts World of Ruin Map by vrapong 26K
Other Gau Rage PAR Codes by uolamer 35K
Pro Action Replay Codes Pro Action Replay Codes by CouchPotato 65K

Final Fantasy VI Cheats For PlayStation

  1. Easy Victories

    To instantly kill almost any enemy, cast Vanish on them to make them invisible. Then use the X-Zone or Death for a quick kill. This trick even works on most bosses.

    Contributed by: Waspinator9063 

  2. Saving Cid.

    To save Cid at his house, feed him only with Yummy Fish. You can get the fish by catching the one which swims the fastest.

    Contributed by: PCheah 

Walkthroughs & FAQs

Type Name File Size
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Lord Zero 163K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Spanettone 1595K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Chaz Ashley 319K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Ash_Riot 120K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Remz 224K
General FAQs FAQ/Strategy Guide by CAvery 113K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by JD Cyr 80K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Psycho Penguin 696K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by DC 421K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Atom Edge 262K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Mighty Oracle 1066K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Karpah 703K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Semaj 25K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Khaos09 185K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Djibriel 1313K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by MaouJacky 133K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Mynock 267K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by A I e x 404K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Super Slash 581K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by DJellybean 738K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by ebmid2 170K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by JParise 230K
In-Depth FAQs 6:30 Speed Walkthrough by BalnabZ 60K
In-Depth FAQs Algorithms FAQ by Terii Senshi 100K
In-Depth FAQs Attack Guide by Master ZED 81K
In-Depth FAQs Boss FAQ by RedDemon 26K
In-Depth FAQs CES Challenge FAQ by Paltheos 80K
In-Depth FAQs Character FAQ by Meeple Lard 249K
In-Depth FAQs Colosseum Guide by Mnrogar 88K
In-Depth FAQs Cursed Shield Guide by Tze Jo 56K
In-Depth FAQs Endings Guide by Agent0042 13K
In-Depth FAQs Esper/Magic Guide by Fantasy Gamer 94K
In-Depth FAQs Experience FAQ by dinobotmaximized 118K
In-Depth FAQs Experience Guide by mog255 14K
In-Depth FAQs Fewest Steps Challenge Guide by Ilsoap 182K
In-Depth FAQs Game Script by Karpah 148K
In-Depth FAQs Item FAQ by Atom Edge 337K
In-Depth FAQs Level # Lore Guide by Djibriel 26K
In-Depth FAQs Lore Guide by Skoobouy 25K
In-Depth FAQs Lores Acquisition Guide by assassin17 135K
In-Depth FAQs Low Level FAQ/Walkthrough by SharkESP 48K
In-Depth FAQs Low Level FAQ/Walkthrough by rjpageuk and Crinkles 100K
In-Depth FAQs Low-Level Natural Magic Game Walkthrough by Zelgaddis 88K
In-Depth FAQs Monster List by GDobson 146K
In-Depth FAQs Monster Scripts FAQ by bover_87 283K
In-Depth FAQs Monster Statistics Guide by Master ZED 354K
In-Depth FAQs Monster/Treasure Chart by FFfanNol 28K
In-Depth FAQs Natural Magic Game FAQ by Meeple Lard 168K
In-Depth FAQs Official Soundtrack FAQ by OrangeCrocodile 18K
In-Depth FAQs Omake Mode FAQ by DGreene 5K
In-Depth FAQs Rage Guide by Djibriel 276K
In-Depth FAQs Rage Guide by Skoobouy 56K
In-Depth FAQs Rages and Lores Guide by JJohnson 32K
In-Depth FAQs Rare/Missable Item FAQ by bover_87 40K
In-Depth FAQs Single Character Challenge FAQ by Meeple Lard 480K
In-Depth FAQs Sketch Guide by Djibriel 38K
In-Depth FAQs Slot Guide by Master ZED 33K
In-Depth FAQs Treasure Checklist by Corundum 25K
In-Depth FAQs US/Japan Differences by Cless 10K
Maps and Charts Dreamscape Map by bover_87 435K
Maps and Charts World of Balance Map by vrapong 19K
Maps and Charts World of Ruin Map by vrapong 26K

Final Fantasy VI Cheats For Game Boy Advance

  1. Soul Shrine

    Clear the Dragon's Den and beat the game. This secret dungeon is located on one of the small islands at North of Mobliz.

    Contributed by: sephirosuy 

  2. Dragon's Den

    Defeat the 8 Dragons in the World of Ruin. This dungeon is located at North-West of the world map

    Contributed by: sephirosuy 

  3. Save/Use Tents Virtually Anywhere in Multi-Team Dungeons

    This neat little trick from FF3US for the SNES still works, and with the addition of the new post-game hidden dungeon, it's even more useful!

    Have one of your teams in a multi-team dungeon move onto a Save Point. Next, switch over to one of your other teams. As long as you remain stationary with this second team, you can Save your game, or even better, use a Sleeping Bag or Tent for quick and easy healing!

    Should your party move out of place or if you want to save/use a tent again later on, simply switch back to the team on the save point, switch back to the party you wish to save with/heal, remain on one space, then do as you will.

    Contributed by: 2D_Anubis 

  4. Skip Kaiser Dragon (and Other Events)

    This glitch will allow you to skip the obscenely-difficult battle against the Kaiser Dragon and in turn get the Diabolos Magicite it guards without battling. It would be prudent to save before this. You also should have the Sprint Shoes equipped and Auto-Dash in the Config menu on. First stand in front of the Kaiser Dragon. Then open the menu and quickly tap the D-Pad northward so as to attempt to get past him: if done correctly, you'll move into the Kaiser Dragon, and then can finish going through him to the Magicite.

    This glitch also is abusable in a number of instances: this is merely the most functional of them. Note, however, that you must beat Kaiser to be able to reach the Soul Shrine or battle the Omega Weapon. You can use this glitch to go through walls and bypass tiles that trigger event battles to skip them.

    Contributed by: SexTaco 

  5. Psycho Cyan Advance

    The famous glitch from the SNES version, revisited. This time, there's a new method to trigger it.

    Step 1: In battle, kill Cyan.
    Step 2: Revive Cyan.
    Step 3: Have Cyan use his Level 2 Bushido, "Sky," previously known as "Retort."
    Step 4: Cast "Imp" on Cyan.
    Step 5: Watch in awe as Cyan loses his mind and proceeds to attack continuously, uninterrupted, until every enemy is dead.

    This glitch is the result of two smaller bugs involving "Imp" Status and being revived in combat; one that makes Cyan counter with physical attacks, rather than the "Sky" move, and another that makes Cyan counter any move performed by any character, not just a physical attack from the enemy to Cyan. As you can see, activating this glitch is done differently from the original SNES version of the game, but it results in the same thing: Cyan countering his own counterattack over and over again, until the battle is won.

    Contributed by: Lucid Faia 

  6. Mantra Abuse

    To be able to use this glitch, Sabin must know the Blitz Mantra. You should have Sabin input the command sequence for Mantra and then, as soon as possible, have someone else Confuse him, preferably an ally for the sake of keeping the situation controlled. When Sabin does use his Blitz, it would, under most circumstances, be intended to heal the foe rather than the party because he is Confused; however, due to poor coding, it will actually deal damage to the foes: most importantly, if there is only one foe, for example, then 65,535 damage will be dealt (though it is shown as 9999). Otherwise, the damage calculation is as normal: Sabin's HP divided by the number of foes minus one, although the "one foe" instance causes a division by zero which forces maximum damage.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  7. Level Resetting

    This glitch can be used to reset a character's level in a given save file: however, note I say only "level". Only the character's level will reset, and all their other stats and anything about them - other than Level and EXP. - will be unaffected. This in turn makes it very possible to maximize a character's stats without intense optimization of Esper stat growth as you only need to continue leveling up. This is because leveling up is only based upon stat increments rather than pre-set statistics.

    To begin this glitch, you must save and then quicksave your game. Return to the title screen and start a New Game and continue along it for a while. This length of time must be as long as it takes to recruit the character whose level you wish to reset on the originally-saved file, and you cannot save during this entire interval: thus, it is most practical to do this with early characters, such as Terra and Locke. Once the desired character joins the party, you now need to earn a Game Over. This will send you to the last time you saved (that is, the initial save), with the joined characters at the level they were at in the New Game file. However, only their level will be overwritten, making it possible to continue upgrading their level and further increasing their stats from the original stats pre-glitch.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  8. Item Duplication

    At the end of the game, it is possible to duplication equipment en masse. Note that you must have this duplicated equipment on Terra. During the tiered, sequence battle at the end of the game, end each battle such that only Terra is alive. When the final battle starts, you'll find that there are two Terras in the fight. The equipment of this second Terra can be removed without affecting that of the first, although you must also unequip the first. (You only need to do the unequipping before the end: you can do this just before the battle's end if you know the final boss's HP and then estimate when he is near-dead and unequip then.)

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  9. Defeating Intangir with the Confuse-Smoke Bomb glitch.

    In the Gameboy Advance version of Final Fantasy 6, the Vanish-doom trick used to kill Intangir in the SNES and Playstation 1 will no longer work. However you can still kill Intangir, first go to Triangle Island and walk around until you encounter Intangir, once you're in the battle, cast the Confuse spell on the character you will use, then wait until your character gets hit with the Confuse spell, while the Confuse spell is cast, quickly go to the item menu and select the Smoke Bomb item. Due to a glitch in the game, Your character will be confused and will use the smoke bomb item on Intangir which will kill Intangir but, it will counter attack with Meteor. Use this trick to quickly earn 10 AP magic points for your characters magic spells early on in the World of Balance.

    Contributed by: CrosswalkX 

  10. Unlockables

    Perform the stated task in order to unlock a new option, which will then be available in the main menu, under "Extra".

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Save the game once. Bestiary
    Complete the game. Music Player

    Contributed by: Mykas0 

Walkthroughs & FAQs

Type Name File Size
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Spanettone 2804K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Action 1355K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Relle 162K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by sephirosuy 390K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Elaine V. 240K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by KeyBlade999 1655K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by TheDarkPope 1327K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Diverse 390K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Dark Vortex 874K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Djibriel 1510K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Lufia_Maxim 1047K
In-Depth FAQs Attack Guide by Master ZED 94K
In-Depth FAQs Bestiary FAQ by Lufia_Maxim 670K
In-Depth FAQs Blitz Guide by Yoshi6400 34K
In-Depth FAQs Boss FAQ by Ravensoul Blackblade 101K
In-Depth FAQs Boss FAQ by McTricky 56K
In-Depth FAQs CES Near-Perfect Stats Walkthrough by AdirianSoan 53K
In-Depth FAQs Character FAQ by Meeple Lard 399K
In-Depth FAQs Coliseum Guide by bogalx 18K
In-Depth FAQs Dragon's Den FAQ by LightnessZero 28K
In-Depth FAQs Dragon's Den Walkthrough by KinieWings 50K
In-Depth FAQs Esper Guide by DDJ 52K
In-Depth FAQs Fewest Steps Challenge Guide by o_chew 139K
In-Depth FAQs Game Script by ZFS 171K
In-Depth FAQs Item FAQ by Lufia_Maxim 222K
In-Depth FAQs Items FAQ by deathfisaro 160K
In-Depth FAQs Level # Lore Guide by Djibriel 27K
In-Depth FAQs Low Level FAQ by Lufia_Maxim 258K
In-Depth FAQs Low Level Natural Magic Challenge Guide by sabinscabin 61K
In-Depth FAQs Lv40 Final Dungeons Guide by Max_Denworth 94K
In-Depth FAQs New Translation FAQ by The_Returner123 26K
In-Depth FAQs Rage Guide by Lufia_Maxim 163K
In-Depth FAQs Shop FAQ by wizardmentor 60K
In-Depth FAQs Sketch Guide by Djibriel 43K
In-Depth FAQs Slot Guide by Master ZED 30K
In-Depth FAQs Soul Shrine FAQ by STobias 23K
In-Depth FAQs Treasure Checklist by Lufia_Maxim 33K
Maps and Charts Dreamscape Map by bover_87 435K
Maps and Charts World of Balance Map by Bluffnix 72K
Maps and Charts World of Ruin Map by Bluffnix 82K
Other Codebreaker Codes by Yahadreas 31K
Patch Codes Patch Codes by JDWitchDoctor 63K
Pro Action Replay Codes Pro Action Replay Codes by icevenant 11K

Final Fantasy VI Cheats For iOS (iPhone/iPad)

  1. Equip espers on Gogo or Umaro

    First touch equip or status in the menu with Gogo or Umaro in your party, then before you select a character in either sub menu quickly touch the back button and where Gogo or Umaro would equip an esper. If done correctly you should highlight a blank box and go into the esper equip menu. Although neither can actually learn the spells espers teach, they can however gain the stat boost upon level up.

    Contributed by: TwistedArsonist 

  2. 0 HP Character Glitch

    The 0 HP Character Glitch provides a means by which a character can achieve 0 HP, but still remain alive according to the game and thereby also be invulnerable (as KO'ed characters cannot be targeted or harmed). This will last until the character is healed by some means, such as a Potion or Cure in the field. This can be done with Gau. When he has leapt away from the party on the Veldt, in the battle on which Gau would return the player should induce Zombie on one of their characters and kill off the rest of the party. In turn, this causes you to have a party with a lone 0 HP-but-alive character.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  3. Final Fantasy VI Achievements

    Most are self-explanatory, save for perhaps "A Chance in a Pinch."

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Awarded after recruiting Mog (WoR). "Fast Friends, Kupo!"
    Accumulate over 1 million gil (must have 1,000,000 on hand at one time to receive). "Fun to Save, Fun to Use"
    Recruit every character (WoR; Includes Gogo and Umaro). "Hang on, Old Man!"
    Witness every character's Desperation Attack (Note: Gau and Umaro do not have Desperation Attacks). A Chance in a Pinch
    Defeat the Final Boss. Balance is Restored
    Recruit Umaro Bone Carver
    Defeat Omega Weapon after the Soul Shrine. Congratulations!
    Open the game after downloading. Customer Appreciation
    Awarded after the final battle with Ultros. Enough Already!
    Unlock all Achievements. Final Fantasy VI Master
    Earn 10 wins in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum. Gateway to the Top 10
    Awarded after recruiting Gogo. In the belly of the beast
    Acquire all of Gau's Rages on the Veldt. King of the Beasts:
    Complete the Dragon's Den. Master of Dragons
    Learn all of Sabin's Blitz Attacks Masterful Mastership:
    Acquire all of Edgar's Tools Mech Mania
    Awarded after completing the Phoenix Cave (WoR). More than King:
    Received after completing Owzer's Mansion. Portrait Time!
    Open 80% of the game's treasure chests. Quintessential Adventurer
    Learn all of Cyan's Bushido Attacks Sword Master
    Received after finding Terra in Zozo (WoB). Terra's Truth
    Complete the Soul Shrine. Testament
    Acquire all of the Magicite in the game. The Road to Esper World:
    Successfully perform every Slot attack. Wandering Gambler
    Complete the World of Balance Washed up on Solidary Island

    Contributed by: briefcandles 

Walkthroughs & FAQs

Type Name File Size
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Spanettone 2804K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by TheDarkPope 1327K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Diverse 390K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by KeyBlade999 1655K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Dark Vortex 874K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Djibriel 1510K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Relle 162K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Lufia_Maxim 1047K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by sephirosuy 390K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Action 1355K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Elaine V. 240K
In-Depth FAQs Attack Guide by Master ZED 94K
In-Depth FAQs Bestiary FAQ by Lufia_Maxim 670K
In-Depth FAQs Blitz Guide by Yoshi6400 34K
In-Depth FAQs Boss FAQ by Ravensoul Blackblade 101K
In-Depth FAQs Boss FAQ by McTricky 56K
In-Depth FAQs CES Near-Perfect Stats Walkthrough by AdirianSoan 53K
In-Depth FAQs Character FAQ by Meeple Lard 399K
In-Depth FAQs Coliseum Guide by bogalx 18K
In-Depth FAQs Dragon's Den FAQ by LightnessZero 28K
In-Depth FAQs Dragon's Den Walkthrough by KinieWings 50K
In-Depth FAQs Esper Guide by DDJ 52K
In-Depth FAQs Fewest Steps Challenge Guide by o_chew 139K
In-Depth FAQs Game Script by ZFS 171K
In-Depth FAQs Item FAQ by Lufia_Maxim 222K
In-Depth FAQs Items FAQ by deathfisaro 160K
In-Depth FAQs Level # Lore Guide by Djibriel 27K
In-Depth FAQs Low Level FAQ by Lufia_Maxim 258K
In-Depth FAQs Low Level Natural Magic Challenge Guide by sabinscabin 61K
In-Depth FAQs Lv40 Final Dungeons Guide by Max_Denworth 94K
In-Depth FAQs New Translation FAQ by The_Returner123 26K
In-Depth FAQs Rage Guide by Lufia_Maxim 163K
In-Depth FAQs Shop FAQ by wizardmentor 60K
In-Depth FAQs Sketch Guide by Djibriel 43K
In-Depth FAQs Slot Guide by Master ZED 30K
In-Depth FAQs Soul Shrine FAQ by STobias 23K
In-Depth FAQs Treasure Checklist by Lufia_Maxim 33K
Maps and Charts Dreamscape Map by bover_87 435K
Maps and Charts World of Balance Map by Bluffnix 72K
Maps and Charts World of Ruin Map by Bluffnix 82K
Other Codebreaker Codes by Yahadreas 31K

Final Fantasy VI Cheats For Android

  1. Equip Gogo or Umaro with Espers (Pre-Patch)

    First touch equip or status in the menu with Gogo or Umaro in your party, then before you select a character in either sub menu quickly touch the back button and then touch where Gogo or Umaro would equip an esper (which is empty space). If done correctly you should highlight a blank box and go into the esper equip menu. Although neither can actually learn the spells espers teach, they can however gain the stat boost upon level up.

    Contributed by: shadestreet 

  2. Google Play Achievements

    Unlockable Unlockable
    You discovered all of the hidden "Blitz" commands. A Chance in a Pinch
    You learned all of Strago's "Lore" commands. An Uncommon Wizard
    You continued to defeat Ultros to the bitter end. Enough Already!
    You unlocked all achievements. Final Fantasy VI Master
    You accumulated over 1 million gil. Fun to Save, Fun to Use
    You racked up 10 wins at the Coliseum. Gateway to the Top
    You learned all of Gau's "Rage" commands. King of the Beasts
    You learned all of Sabin's "Blitz" commands. Masterful Mastership!
    You got all of Edgar's "Tools." Mech Mania
    You opened more than 80% of all treasure chests. Quintessential Adventurer
    You learned all of Cyan's "Bushido" commands. Sword Master
    You collected all the Magicite The Road to Esper World
    You matched all the symbols on Setzer's "Slots." Wandering Gambler
    You defeated Deathgaze. Wish You Were Here

    Contributed by: SBAllen 

Walkthroughs & FAQs

Type Name File Size
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Spanettone 2804K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by TheDarkPope 1327K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Diverse 390K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by KeyBlade999 1655K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Dark Vortex 874K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Djibriel 1510K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Relle 162K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Lufia_Maxim 1047K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by sephirosuy 390K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Action 1355K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Elaine V. 240K
In-Depth FAQs Attack Guide by Master ZED 94K
In-Depth FAQs Bestiary FAQ by Lufia_Maxim 670K
In-Depth FAQs Blitz Guide by Yoshi6400 34K
In-Depth FAQs Boss FAQ by Ravensoul Blackblade 101K
In-Depth FAQs Boss FAQ by McTricky 56K
In-Depth FAQs CES Near-Perfect Stats Walkthrough by AdirianSoan 53K
In-Depth FAQs Character FAQ by Meeple Lard 399K
In-Depth FAQs Coliseum Guide by bogalx 18K
In-Depth FAQs Dragon's Den FAQ by LightnessZero 28K
In-Depth FAQs Dragon's Den Walkthrough by KinieWings 50K
In-Depth FAQs Esper Guide by DDJ 52K
In-Depth FAQs Fewest Steps Challenge Guide by o_chew 139K
In-Depth FAQs Game Script by ZFS 171K
In-Depth FAQs Item FAQ by Lufia_Maxim 222K
In-Depth FAQs Items FAQ by deathfisaro 160K
In-Depth FAQs Level # Lore Guide by Djibriel 27K
In-Depth FAQs Low Level FAQ by Lufia_Maxim 258K
In-Depth FAQs Low Level Natural Magic Challenge Guide by sabinscabin 61K
In-Depth FAQs Lv40 Final Dungeons Guide by Max_Denworth 94K
In-Depth FAQs New Translation FAQ by The_Returner123 26K
In-Depth FAQs Rage Guide by Lufia_Maxim 163K
In-Depth FAQs Shop FAQ by wizardmentor 60K
In-Depth FAQs Sketch Guide by Djibriel 43K
In-Depth FAQs Slot Guide by Master ZED 30K
In-Depth FAQs Soul Shrine FAQ by STobias 23K
In-Depth FAQs Treasure Checklist by Lufia_Maxim 33K
Maps and Charts Dreamscape Map by bover_87 435K
Maps and Charts World of Balance Map by Bluffnix 72K
Maps and Charts World of Ruin Map by Bluffnix 82K
Other Codebreaker Codes by Yahadreas 31K

Walkthroughs & FAQs

Type Name File Size
Maps and Charts Dreamscape Map by bover_87 435K