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Final Fantasy Adventure, also known by its Japanese title Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden (or Seiken Densetsu), is the first installment of the Mana series. It was originally released for the Game Boy in 1991 in Japan and North America and then in 1993 in Europe with the title Mystic Quest, which was one of the first Final Fantasy games to release there, the other being Final Fantasy Mystic Quest. In 1998, Final Fantasy Adventure was re-released in North America by Sunsoft.
Final Fantasy Adventure features gameplay roughly similar to that of the original The Legend of Zelda, but with the inclusion of basic role-playing statistical elements. The game was a spinoff of the Final Fantasy franchise and featured some of its recurring elements, such as a Chocobo. Ever since the release of the second Mana title, Secret of Mana, the Mana series disconnected itself from the overall Final Fantasy franchise.