FINAL FANTASY

FINAL FANTASY

By SQUARE ENIX INC

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2010-02-25
  • Current Version: 1.1.2
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 109.52 MB
  • Developer: SQUARE ENIX INC
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 6,219 Ratings

Description

FINAL FANTASY Initially released in Japan in 1987, the original FINAL FANTASY amazed audiences with its rich story and stunning graphics. Players guide the Warriors of Light as they set out on a quest to restore the crystals to their former luster. Its side-view battles, choice and promotion of character classes, and sprawling world explored with fantastic vehicles quickly became standards of the series. This game set the stage for all FINAL FANTASY games to come. This release also contains the bonus dungeons added to later editions of the game--the Soul of Chaos and the Labyrinth of Time. Additional Information (reference only): ESRB Rating: E10+ with Mild Fantasy Violence and Suggestive Themes * This app is not compatible with "FINAL FANTASY (Portal Version)."

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Reviews

  • No music or podcasts while playing

    1
    By Douglasssss
    Makes it unplayable
  • Touch screen 1 star reviews...

    5
    By tpyolol
    I saw a lot of one star reviews about the touch screen being unplayable and was initially concerned when I downloaded the game. While playing the game the first 30 seconds or so I genuinely thought moving right was broken like the 1 star reviews said. After 5 minutes I more or less figure out the controls and by 20 minutes playing they seemed perfectly natural. The touch screen is a little weird in that the directional movement is based on the left half of the screen. So if you tough the middle/right side of the screen nothing happens but if you touch just left of middle you move right. Takes a minute to figure out but perfectly manageable. Also, fun game XD (hope this review helps someone who is on the fence because of the 1 star directional control reviews).
  • Screen Ratio

    1
    By Bakosmos
    The game as the other FF ports have not been adjusted for the new gen iPhone screens.
  • Final Fantasy

    5
    By Demon king Aelx
    Can You guys plz fix the Screen size I play it on an iPhone X’s and everything is Small hard to see the text and its hard to walk around bc of the pad
  • Any rpg with save states simply must support iCloud backup.

    1
    By VTCifer
    It’s inconceivable that there is no support for iCloud save backup, making it impossible to switch from iPad to iPhone play.
  • Fix the DPAD

    1
    By EBITDA
    As other have mentioned, DPAD right isn’t working property, rendering the game practically unplayable. Why would you allow this SE? Why wouldn’t you fix? I’ll be getting my $8 back. Thanks
  • Unable to Name my Characters

    1
    By M3Shack74
    I can’t get passed the naming characters part in order to start the game. It won’t give me a text box to name them. So I just paid $8 and I can’t even play the game. I will update my review if this problem gets fixed.
  • Dumbed Down but Still Good!

    4
    By bendbars_liftgates
    To get it out of the way: this is a port of the PSP version of FF1, which uses the “easy mode” of the game as featured in FF Origins for the PS1 and Dawn of Souls for the GBA. So that means MP instead of spell slots, lower prices all around, and the inclusion of Phoenix Downs, which allow you to revive a downed character without returning to town. All that aside though, it’s still got its challenging moments and is great fun! The graphics are quite impressive, though the hIgh resolution and 10” display on my iPad 6 show some of the imperfections. The music is amazing, maintaining the classic melodies but working in some modern touches to make the tracks pop. All in all, a great way to experience or relive a classic that still holds up today, especially if you’re looking for something a bit less brutal and unforgiving than the original.
  • Good Port

    5
    By Airbornemaikai
    For what it is, this is a pretty good port for iOS. It’s simplified enough that it’s not cumbersome to play but not drastic enough that it takes away from the original while maintaining playability on a portable device. I don’t follow Final Fantasy enough to know all of the changes but they have used some of the newer terminology in this port, for instance gold is labeled as gill in this. Also there is only 1 silver sword that drops by chance from Astos, no more buying them in Elfheim, these are pretty important changes to note for new players looking for the original. Other than the game becoming entirely too easy because the scale of the enemies and amount of so awarded is completely broken so you almost never die, it’s still fun to play casually when you want to reminisce of the original
  • Great game would like some options

    5
    By Jechtus
    Overall this is a great play and good game. You get time to go through it and passes time while you are waiting at the Dr or on the train etc. only other options that would be nice like they have in other IOS Final Fantasy games is ‘Auto Battle’ and a game + mode where you can replay with the stats and equipment you ended your last game with.

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