That is the problem of Square enix, that only the specific titles for the platform are free, while the adaptations of the original installments of the saga are paid. Not only that, but they are at a totally exorbitant price to play on a mobile.
FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS
Maintains the typical 16-bit standard definition of the classic games of the saga combining it with cinematics of a more current quality. The controls are adapted to touch screens, avoiding complexity as much as possible. Although yes, including a multitude of game elements, weapons and all the usual Final Fantasy paraphernalia.
FFBE WAR OF THE VISIONS
It is a new installment of the previous game, with a facelift in the graphic section and a more current design. In the gameplay it is the same, it is about turn-based combat although with an atmosphere and a 3D mapped with different heights, which gives greater diversity. Participate with other players in multimissions or compete online in PvP mode.
DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY OPERA OMNIA
It is not a Final Fantasy as such but we do have a good collection of characters brought from the entire saga. They all come together in a mobile game that boasts a somewhat simple story that serves as an excuse to engage characters in spectacular battles, which are done in turns with high quality graphics.
FINAL FANTASY XV POCKET EDITION
It has some cheating since, although it is free, only the first chapter is included: for the rest you will have to pay. Of course, it helps you to live the experience of the latest installment of the saga, Final Fantasy XV. Square Enix moves the game from console to smartphone while taking the opportunity to adapt the graphic style and also the controls.
FINAL FANTASY ALL THE BRAVEST
Perhaps it is the most criticized free Final Fantasy of all, and with good reason: forget about great stories and complex battle systems, you only have to worry about clicking on the different characters to attack, and equipping them. Of course, we recommend that you stay until the end, since save a surprise.
FINAL FANTASY PORTAL APP
It is one of the simplest Final Fantasy games on the entire list, with card games, cards that contain characters from the saga. Not only does it contain this casual game, but it also has much more information, such as scoring systems, latest news about the saga, exchanging points for digital content or viewing videos.
FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES
It is the latest release of the Final Fantasy games, in which the studio has introduced the online multiplayer and crossover play in it, in addition to dubbing in English that for the first time is introduced in the saga. Music, one of the strengths of these games, remains in its usual line. Graphically reminiscent of past editions of Nintendo.
Paid Final Fantasy games
As we say, one of the main black points of the saga is that, especially, the original Final Fantasy titles They have a high price for download from the Play Store. They are adaptations of the installments on consoles, mythical games that have marked an era. We are going to review some of the most iconic, and whoever wants to pay what it costs, there each with their own pocket.
Final Fantasy VII
We are going to highlight the reference delivery, which was also one of those that made us wait the longest. It should be noted that in Google Play it has a somewhat low grade, but it is only because it is a fairly demanding game and not on all devices it runs so smoothly as would be desirable, although it is something that does not happen in other ports.
FINAL FANTASY III
The third installment of the saga was released in 1990, with a gameplay fully adapted for mobile phones, with virtual buttons. It is a turn-based RPG game that set the pillars of the saga. Four orphans who will become the warriors of light, crystals that will unlock classes to choose from, the appearance of invocations, etc. Is a version based on the Nintendo edition, of which a remake.
Final fantasy tactics
It is not only the different chapters of the saga that have been brought to Android, but also some of the most popular spin-offs for video consoles have also ended up landing on Google Play. Aimed specifically at those who are more inclined to strategy in combat, with a presentation of the battles a little different from the previous ones.