Leene Square is a location that in Chrono Trigger. It appears in the Present, north of the city, Truce, on the West Continent. It occupies the location which was once Truce Canyon in the Middle Ages and a Gate connects Leene Square with that past location. At the start of the game, the Millennial Fair has started, bringing in the equivalent of Guardia's new year, and everyone from Truce (and quite likely Porre as well due to people moving across Zenan Bridge) is out celebrating. Festooned across the stony plaza are brightly-colored awnings, delicious baskets of fruits and candy, and even a "Prehistoric" concert is featured here. Keeping true to the carnival-mentality, there are many fun "mini-games" that are able to be played.
Instead of the standard currency of Guardia, upon successfully completing a Minigame, Crono will receive Silver Points. A maximum total of 200 Silver Points can be accumulated altogether, at any given time. Silver Points can be exchanged for currency at the tent immediately northwest of Leene's Bell. This is an easy way to gain money in the first part of the game.
Fighting Gato: – The player can fight Gato, gaining 10 Experience and 1 Tech Point each time the player wins. In addition, 15 Silver Points will be awarded. Gato is located one screen to the left of Leene's Bell.
Chugging Soda: – The player can chug down soda, gaining 5 Silver Points each time 8 cups of soda are consumed. This is located on the same screen as Leene's Bell and is to the southeast of the Bell, down the steps. The player can quickly amass 200 Silver Points here using a turbo controller (setting the A button on turbo and holding up so the player continually talks to the man to start the game).
Racing: – The races are on! Between the races, the player can pick which of the four "racers" will win. Doing so gets net an easy 20 Silver Points. Helping promote their nominee, the player can block the racers by simply walking in front of them. Some non-player characters will suggest possible winners for the next race, though no pattern has emerged on whether any are right (or how often they are right).
Bell Ringing: The traditional strength test. Hitting the hammer at the right point causes the striker to fly up to the bell and hit it, making it ring. It rewards 1 Silver Point.