Author Topic: FFVII world map viewer  (Read 2733 times)

dpshyperion

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FFVII world map viewer
« on: 2021-01-28 10:36:15 »
Hi guys!

I hope you can help me with this, I'm trying to find a FFVII original 3D world map viewer, or directly some pictures of the world map already made.  I would like to see the map from above, just like this picture but for the complete map:

https://static.wikia.nocookie.net/finalfantasy/images/1/1e/WoodlandsArea-ffvii.png/

I was trying to find it in the forum, but the threads that I found have broken links:

http://forums.qhimm.com/index.php?topic=10717.0
http://forums.qhimm.com/index.php?topic=6057.0
http://forums.qhimm.com/index.php?topic=10929.0

It's a pitty because it seems that in these messages there were already some pictures  :(

Could you please help me with that? Or maybe someone could redirect me to working links or pictures with the FFVII world map?

Thanks in advance!
« Last Edit: 2021-01-29 08:14:21 by dpshyperion »

JBedford128

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Re: FFVII world map viewer
« Reply #1 on: 2021-01-29 15:01:03 »
I believe the wiki's top-down Area images were taken in ficedula's Reeve. All the download links seems to be dead and it doesn't seem to be on ficedula's mirror unless it's been renamed or bundled into another program.

There's also a full world map render which came from this thread.

obesebear

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Re: FFVII world map viewer
« Reply #2 on: 2021-01-30 00:59:01 »
I never got around to uploading copies of these to their individual threads, but this is full of older tools.   Reeve is included.
https://www.mediafire.com/file/0k0yisgf05rxmkj/FF7Tools.zip/file

dpshyperion

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Re: FFVII world map viewer
« Reply #3 on: 2021-01-30 14:16:15 »
Thanks JBedford128, obesebear!

It's nice to rescue all these old tools for FFVII  :)

I was using Reeve soft and it is a world map viewer, yes, but unfortunatelly I cannot move the camera in Y direction or rotate the view for 'satellite' viewing  :(.  The picture linked by JBedfor128 is nice but I would like to work with higher resolutions for better close-ups.