Nearly 14 years to the day of its original release, Square-Enix still has dreams of Final Fantasy III swirling in its head. After experiencing countless setbacks developing a port of the game for the defunct Wonderswan Color, fate, it seems, has intervened. Fate, in this case, just happens to be Nintendo; Mario and his crew have asked the Square-Enix development house responsible for the port if they'd be interested in porting their project to the Game Boy Advance.
While nothing is set in stone at the moment, sources from Square Enix have assured a Japanese newpaper that the game is still in the works. When asked where the port (which was never abandoned) would end up the source strongly hinted at the GBA. There is no word yet on any North American release, but if the game is finally ported over the GBA chances are it will end up here.