The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster soundtrack is now available for use in Terraria, for the moment only the Terraria Otherworld soundtrack (similar to the Final Fantasy music packs) is changed.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I have enjoyed doing it.
Soon, this July 28, Final Fantasy I, II and III will be available on Steam (Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster) and in this video (I believe and it is an interview) with Hironobu Sakaguchi and Nobou Uematsu, Nobou shows a little of what will be Final Fantasy I - Battle Scene.
I'd like to put those new clues to Terraria, but I'd be throwing myself on the gallows, lol.
I must say goodbye to my world, a world that wanted to make it main, 100% Master mode and 100% bestiary.
I was going to defeat the Pumpkin Moon and Frozen Moon before killing the Golem, I had everything ready for the Martian madness and for Betsy (Old One's Army); And I must say, nothing bothers me more than losing 110 fishing missions, lol.
Now I have been reviewing the base music pack (Remake ver. And FAMICOM ver.) to make a table with all the track list of the packs, and I can consider that the music packs are more than ready to be preserved in Steam Workshop, I only have to pass all the content to a Wavebank (for whatever they want).
I removed the icons from each slot to make the calligraphy even more visible, maybe tomorrow the texture pack will be ready for publication in the Steam Workshop!
The texture of the slot where you throw things does not convince me too much, maybe and then I redesigned it.
Sorry for not giving notice in time, but, the wavebank of Final Fantasy is now available as a music pack! So far it presents slight differences, but throughout the week they will be reflected in the base wavebank.
A new preview of my Pretty in Pink Texture Pack, I left the project for a long period of weeks, but yesterday I resumed everything, I redrew the existing textures and I am already starting to make new textures (look at the icons of the available recipes).