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Ys: Ancient Ys Vanished Omen (FM77AV)

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Title Screen

Ys: Ancient Ys Vanished Omen

Developer: Nihon Falcom
Publisher: Nihon Falcom
Platform: FM77AV
Released in JP: June 21, 1987


MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.


The very first version of the very first Ys game. Was one of six ports initially released for various Japanese computers.

Unused Music Test

Insert Disk B in Drive 0, boot up the computer and type in "YSAV", all in capitals. This will bring up the Music Test. All the tracks below are unused and not played during normal gameplay. Each track will play through and move onto the next one, but you can also press [SPACEBAR] to cycle through them.

Fair wind by M·H
Shining star by M·I
Dreaming by Y·K
Chase of shadow by Y·K
NHK教育  by Y·K
over drive by Y·K
旅立ち by Y·K
悲しみクロスロード by  Y·K
Battle ground by Y·K
Mysterious moment by Y·K
アドルのテーマ by Y·K
Dead-end street by Y·K
Sub-mission by Y·K
(Source: The Falcom Museum)

Below is a translation of the text:

Fair wind by Masaya Hashimoto
Shining star by Mieko Ishikawa
Dreaming by Yuzo Koshiro
Chase of shadow by Yuzo Koshiro
NHK Training by Yuzo Koshiro
over drive by Yuzo Koshiro
Departing by Yuzo Koshiro
The Crossroad of Sorrow by Yuzo Koshiro
Battle ground by Yuzo Koshiro
Mysterious moment by Yuzo Koshiro
The Theme of Adol by Yuzo Koshiro
Dead-end street by Yuzo Koshiro
Sub-mission by Yuzo Koshiro