Tetra Master Game for WM Updated
Do you remember RPG games on your old playstation? XDA member zyphuris55 brings back some nostalgia with Tetra Master from Final Fantasy IX for the Playstation. The game includes a manual and it´s almost identical to the original version.
Some of the features and fixes included on version 0.81 are: added the ability to remove profile blocks, added the stats feature to buying a card, fixed save/load problems, fixed the next duel glitch, amongst others. Running on Windows Mobile devices with VGA, QVGA and WQVGA resolutions.
Originally posted by zyphuris55
[Game] Tetra Master v0.81.6 (8-30-10)
For those who have owned a playstation and enjoy playing RPG games, then you might remember Final Fantasy 9. It didn’t have as many mini-games as FF7, but it did have a fun card game to relax you from the main story line…if you were able to understand the fragmented manual .
In this version of TM, it uses the same features as the original plus more “manual included”. If you haven’t played the playstation version, then you won’t be missing much after playing this game.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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