• Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2011-12-08
  • Current Version: 2.0.4
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 517.01 MB
  • Developer: SQUARE ENIX INC
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 1,964 Ratings


Journey to the forgotten past, to the far future, and to the end of time. A big adventure to save the planet, now begins… CHRONO TRIGGER is the timeless role-playing classic developed by the ‘Dream Team’ of DRAGON QUEST creator Yuji Horii, Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama, and the creators of FINAL FANTASY. As the story unfolds, embark on a journey to different eras: the present, the middle ages, the future, prehistory, and ancient times! Whether you're a first-time player or a longtime fan, this epic quest to save a planet's future promises hours of enthralling adventure! As the definitive version of CHRONO TRIGGER, not only have the controls been updated, the graphics and sound have also been revamped to make your adventure even more fun and enjoyable to play. To complete your journey, also included is the mysterious ‘Dimensional Vortex’ dungeon and the forgotten ‘Lost Sanctum’ dungeon. Meet the challenges presented to you and long-lost secrets may be revealed... Story: A chance encounter amid the festivities of Guardia's Millennial Fair in Leene Square introduces our young hero, Crono, to a girl by the name of Marle. Deciding to explore the fair together, the two soon find themselves at an exhibition of the Telepod, the latest invention by Crono's longtime friend Lucca. Marle, fearless and brimming with curiosity, volunteers to assist in a demonstration. An unanticipated malfunction, however, sends her hurtling through a rift in the dimensions. Taking hold of the girl's pendant, Crono bravely follows in pursuit. But the world into which he emerges is the one of four centuries before. Journey to the forgotten past, the distant future, and even to the very End of Time. The epic quest to save a planet's future makes history once again. Key features: Active Time Battle Version 2 During battle, time will not stop, and you can enter commands when the character's gauge is full. The enemies' positions will change as time passes, so choose your actions based on any given situation. ‘Tech’ moves and combos During battle, you can unleash special ‘Tech’ moves, including abilities and/or magic and characters can combine these abilities to unleash all new combo attacks which are unique to them. There are over 50 different types of combos that you can execute between two and three characters! Experience the 'Dimensional Vortex' and the 'Lost Sanctum' dungeons The Dimensional Vortex: a mysterious, ever-changing dungeon existing outside of space and time. What wonders await you at its center? The Lost Sanctum: enigmatic gates in prehistoric and medieval times will lead you to these forgotten chambers. Meet the challenges presented to you and long-lost secrets may be revealed... Graphics and sound While keeping the atmosphere of the original, the graphics have been updated in higher resolution. As for the sound and music, under the supervision of composer Yasunori Mitsuda, all songs have been updated for an even more immersive gameplay experience. Autosave In addition to saving at a save point or choosing to quit from the menu, your progress is saved automatically while traversing the map. -------------------------------------------- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 5 or later. Requires iOS 9.0 or later.




  • Great with Controller Support!

    By Pecorii
    Thanks devs for adding controller support!
  • Please please update

    By ALeitt
    It seems like a good version, but it needs updated on the XR. As it is, controlling is difficult because the control pad cannot appear near the edge of the screen. Your fingers have to be near the middle of the screen. To be fair, any games not updated for the iPhone X have this problem. Right now, however, this game is frustrating to play.
  • Timeless

    By Kit Karamak
    I played this on the SNES as a teenager. I played it on the DS. Now I have it here, and play it on my iPad or iPhone. While the touch screen controls are passable, and do not break the game, there is nothing better than a physical controller. This game has the additions given to the DS version, and the graphics are smoother now that antialiasing has been added, and the sprites have been up-converted into high def. Being able to save my game in the cloud was a nice touch, for cross playing on any device. Now, Square, can we have Chrono Cross?
  • This is my favorite game, but I have some ideas to make it better,

    By Erinclaireflynn
    I wanna go find his mom at the end of the game, I wanna know what happens to schala I wanna know about the baby lucca found, I wanna be able to go to the saved future. The ending is super ambiguous and I wish there was more to it. Like a playable epilogue. I’ve played this game over and over again since o was 6. Probably atleast 3 times a year every year. I started on the snes version, played the ds version and now i play the mobile version. It was just this year I discovered the new dungeons. The new enemy as well. I want to be able to play the saved future. I wanna know what daltons plans are and I want to defeat him. I wanna see if magus/Janus can save schala, to see what the baby who popped up is and why they’re important. And also to go and find chronos mom since at the end she goes into the gate for the cat. There’s so many things, if you guys could add a playable epilogue with all of those things you would seriously be making a girls dream come true. Or just add new “levels” and extend the game to find out all of the mysteries. I know there are sequels but I’ve heard they don’t do much for the plot of Chrono Trigger. This game is everything to me, if I had the money I’d literally fund all of this lol.
  • Up grades

    By Thebossromo
    Great game I have loved it since I was a kid I’ve played it so many times. All I want to know is if there can be like a speed multiplier or an exp. multiplier some thing to where I can get more done in the little time I have to play it. I have a job wife and kids but I love my game. Just a thought
  • ~Play the original first~

    By Jajadiddle
    10/19/2018 Update: upon completing the game entirely for the fourth time, I have now acquired the Dreamseeker blade without being able to access it in my inventory for three consecutive 100% play-throughs. If the developer sees this, I either need you to refund my $10 or fix the coding in this game so that I can use the Dreamseeker... or find some other means of getting it in to my inventory so I can use it. This transaction, in its current form, is absolutely unacceptable by any gamer’s/human’s standards, I’m certain. Thank you. ~Cons~ ***The Dreamseeker sword does not appear in inventory upon completing the 13th ending, even though it is supposed to.*** This version has a very buggy/poor user interface and battle system which does not meet the original game’s caliber whatsoever, and the movement controls make getting past certain obstacles (Mt. Woe) nearly impossible. This version is missing one of the cutscenes (discovering Robo) for some very bizarre, unexplained reason. This version changes most/all of the original game’s text for the worse. The color pallets for everything in this version have been altered to something totally different/uglier than the original’s. The atmospheric sounds in this version cut out at points where they did not in the original; many of the in-game sounds have been altered from the original version for the worse. The price may be quite steep for most people with a concept of value. ~Pros~ This is a playable, portable, digital copy of Chrono Trigger that will never disappear from the cloud and will never require you to blow in to anything to get it to work. The price is perfect for affluent folks who can afford to drop ten dollars on a video game that has been rereleased eight times in about twenty years (most people with a smartphone).
  • No such option allow you to change the language.

    By JasonJiang2015
    As title
  • One of the greatest of all time

    By David_Pumpkin
    Love being able to play one of my favorite games of all time on my phone. I really didn’t have any issues with this port and I felt the controls worked fine. This was my first exposure to the additional content added to the DS version which honestly I found to be complete crap. Seriously, an amateur mod could have done a better job with the lost sanctum map design, and the quests were ridiculously tedious. Vanilla CHRONO Trigger is still there though, and why I give this five stars.
  • First Timer... Wow

    By MyChemIsBetterThanIncubus
    I’ve heard about this game for yeeeeears, always receiving praise and blah blah blah. I never had a console to play it on though and am wary of these price tags when it comes to mobile since you don’t know what you’re going to get. I finally broke down and bought and all I can say is wow. This game COMPLETELY lived up to the hype and shattered my expectations. It ran super smooth on phone, the only issue I found is VERY rarely the text boxes would lag a little when people are talking. It didn’t happen a ton though so no biggie. I definitely recommend this, especially if you’ve never played this game before
  • Love It

    By Morgrove
    I first played this game on the SNES and later the DS, and I also played this when they first ported it to iOS. I didn’t play it much when it was first ported, but after trying again with the updated version I’m loving my first time playing this classic in years. It’s also really good with saves, accidentally exited the app with a bunch of progress unsaved, and when I hit resume I was practically right back where i was. Awesome app.