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Fantasy Jumper is an Action/Adventure RPG video game by Square Enix.


It tells the story of James Taylor, a 14 year old boy who one day discovers a mysterious device that can take him to fictional worlds. With this device, what starts out as fun and games for James soon gets him roped in to a grand battle between various fictional heroes and villains with an outcome that will determine the fate of all worlds including his own.


Fantasy Jumper is an adventure game allowing the player to explore various expansive environments, and as the game progresses the player will unlock new environments to explore and gain new abilities to be able to access new areas in old ones.

The game contains a third person perspective control scheme which allows the player to move freely, jump, attack enemies and interact with interactive objects and talk to NPC's. The game uses a free rotating camera, but the player can also lock on to enemies to keep the camera fixed on their movements.

The player controls various heroes, the first being the titular main protagonist James Taylor but will unlock new heroes to control later in the game. Up to four characters can be used in the party at once, with the player taking control of one character, and the other three are CPU controlled, with the player being able switch control of their current party member at any time. The player can also switch in and out characters in their party at almost any time except for boss battles. Each character has their own unique move-set and status and can also equip/learn certain weapons, armor and techniques the other can't.

Fantasy Jumper uses a "Hack & Slash" combat system, where the player must attack their enemies while also evading and blocking the enemies attacks. The player can also use techniques for long-range attacks against enemies or to strengthen and heal party members.

Every fighting character has Health Points (HP) and when they take damage they lose HP, if they lose all HP they are defeated. If a party character loses all their HP they will be "Knocked Out" and if that character is the player character they will switch to another party member. If a party member is knocked out they will remain as such until they are revived or the player moves to a new section. All party characters being knocked out will result in a Game Over. Every party character also has Technique Points (TP) which allow the character to perform certain techniques but will cost a certain amount of TP to use and cannot be used at all if the player lacks the required amount of TP. HP and TP can be replenished with specific items which can either be purchased in item shops or found in dungeons.

The game also uses a traditional RPG Level Up system where the higher the characters level is the higher their stats become. Every level up requires Experience Points (EXP) which is gained by gained by defeating enemies. The higher the characters level is the more EXP they will need to reach the next. However with that said the stronger the enemies defeated the more EXP they will offer after being defeated. The Max level is 150. Defeating enemies also gives the player currency which they can use to purchase new weapons, armor and items in shops at towns/cities. Weapons, armor, items and currency can also be found in item boxes in dungeons.

The four main battle stats are:

Strength:The higher the number the characters strength is, the more HP their attacks will deplete.

Force:The higher the number the characters force is, the more their target will be knocked by their attacks.

Durability:The counteract to strength. The higher the characters durability is, the less damage they will take from their opponents attacks. For example if a character with a durability number of 2 takes damage from an opponent with a strength number of 6, they will lose 4 HP.

Balance: The counteract to force. The higher the characters balance is, the less they will be knocked by their opponents attacks.

These stats can increase depending on the weapons and armor you equip or by increasing your playable characters level.

While exploring dungeons certain sections will hold platforming and puzzle solving elements in order for the player to progress.

Playable Characters[]

  • James Taylor
  • Sorcerer Mickey (Fantasia)
  • Mario
  • Sonic
  • T-800 (Terminator)
  • Cloud Strife
  • Gilgamesh (Final Fantasy V)
  • Elsa
  • Mega Man
  • Batman
  • Son Goku
  • Link
  • Naruto Uzumaki
  • Kirby
  • Donkey Kong III
  • Yugi Mutoh


  • Real World
  • Italy (Pinocchio)
  • Blue Planet (Final Fantasy)
  • Earth (Megaman Legends)
  • Green Hills and Station Square (Sonic)
  • Midgar (Final Fantasy VII)
  • Magical Kingdom (Disney)
  • Post Apocalyptic Future (Terminator)
  • Mushroom Kingdom and Bowsers Kingdom (Mario)
  • Gotham City (Batman)
  • Domino City (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
  • Hyrule (Zelda)
  • The Galaxy Far Far Away (Star Wars)
  • Dreamland (Kirby)
  • Kongo Jungle (Donkey Kong)
  • Ninja World (Naruto)
  • Universe 7 (Dragon Ball)

Bosses (Main Quest)[]

  • The Coachman (Pinocchio)
  • HK-2000
  • Dr. Ivo Eggman Robotnik (Sonic)
  • T-800 (Terminator)
  • Bowser (Mario)
  • Gilgamesh (Final Fantasy V)
  • Exdeath (Final Fantasy V)
  • Joker (Batman)
  • Yami Marik (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
  • Gannondorf (Zelda)
  • Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty)
  • Kefka Palazzo (Final Fantasy VI)
  • Tom Brodwood-First Fight
  • Sephiroth (Final Fantasy VII)
  • Sheev Palpatine/Darth Sidious (Star Wars)
  • Indra Ohtsutsuki (Naruto)
  • Kaguya Ohtsutsuki (Naruto)
  • King Piccolo (Dragon Ball)
  • Janemba (Dragon Ball)
  • Beerus (Dragon Ball)
  • Whis (Dragon Ball)
  • Grand Minister (Dragon Ball)
  • Zeno (Dragon Ball)
  • Dormarok
  • Tom Brodwood-Final Fight

Bosses (Optional)[]

  • Headless Horseman (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad)
  • Chernabog (Fantasia)
  • Bahamut (Final Fantasy)
  • Earth Elemental
  • Fire Elemental
  • Water Elemental
  • Air Elemental
  • Ultimate Elemental


  • Coachman's minions (Pinocchio)
  • Reaverbots (Mega Man)
  • Goblins (Final Fantasy)
  • Robots (Sonic)
  • MAFO soldiers
  • Goombas (Mario)
  • Koopas (Mario)
  • Hammer Bros (Mario)
  • Lakitus (Mario)
  • Pirhana Plants (Mario)
  • Dragons (Final Fantasy)
  • Terminators
  • Stormtroopers (Star Wars)
  • Moblins (Zelda)
  • Stalfos (Zelda)
  • Dark Iron Knights (Zelda)
  • Likelike (Zelda)
  • Dark Iron Knights (Zelda)
  • Maleficents minions (Sleeping Beauty)
  • Chernabogs minions (Fantasia)
  • Shadow Demons