Square created and released the role-playing video game Chrono Trigger in 1995. Chrono Trigger was the first Chrono game to be released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Final Fantasy's inventor Hironobu Sakaguchi, Yuji Horii, and Akira Toriyama were all part of the "Dream Team" that Square called the "Dream Team" for the game's development. Aoki, Masato Kato, and Yasunori Mitsuda were all involved in making this game, as was Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu, who wrote the rest of the soundtrack after Mitsuda fell ill. The game's plot revolves around a party of adventurers who travel back in time to save the world from an impending disaster.
One of the greatest video games of all time, Chrono Trigger was a critical and financial hit when it was released. A groundbreaking game, according to Nintendo Power magazine, has various endings, plot-related side quests focusing on character development, a novel battle system, and detailed graphics. Nintendo Power magazine classified the game as revolutionary. Second best-selling in Japan in 1995, Chrono Trigger sold 2.65 million copies globally by March 2003. By February 2018, more than 3.5 million copies of the game had been sold globally, excluding the PC edition.
Final Fantasy Chronicles (2001) was a PlayStation port of Tose's PlayStation port of Final Fantasy IV that was released in North America in 2001. Tose again ported Chrono Trigger to the Nintendo DS in North America and Japan in 2008, and PAL territories in 2009. Nintendo i-mode, the PlayStation Network (PSN), iOS, Android and Microsoft Windows are among platforms where the game has been re-released.