Square Enix has announced a list of their upcoming mobile games for both iOS and Android and the list is looking pretty good. In fact, my love of puzzle and RPG games has me salivating over it. For starters, Final Fantasy Dimensions was only available on iOS, but is now finally coming to Android users and Demon’s Score’s was released for iOS here in the states, but Android in Japan only, but is now making its way to Android here as well.

iOS:

  • Final Fantasy IV – The critically-acclaimed RPG, FINAL FANTASY IV, set the standard for role-playing games with its diverse cast of characters, deep plot and real-time Active Time Battle (ATB) system. Based on the full 3D remake released in 2008, relive this seminal title in the FINAL FANTASY series and enjoy the best role-playing game experience available on iOS devices.
  • Qwirkle – The 2011 Spiel des Jahres winner and the Mensa Best Mind Game of 2007 is coming to mobile devices and Facebook soon. Earn points by building rows and columns of tiles that share a common shape or color in this matching game that requires tactical maneuvers and well-planned strategy. Earn achievements and use power-ups to add an additional layer of intricacy to the game. Play with multiple friends asynchronously in classic and arcade modes.

Android:

  • Demon’s Score – DEMONS’ SCORE is a breakbeat action game that seamlessly fuses music and battles. Using the Unreal Engine 3, the game delivers thrilling touch-based gameplay through a mind-blowing fusion of stunning graphics and music created by hit songwriters.
  • Final Fantasy Dimensions – Drawing upon the roots of the series with features such as beautiful 2D pixel art, job-driven character growth and a classic story of light, darkness and crystals, FINAL FANTASY DIMENSIONS delivers the best of FINAL FANTASY (retro and fresh alike) directly to your smartphone
  • Wizardlings – Wizardlings is a casual “tap adventure” role-playing game (RPG) set in a fun, fantasy world. Following its success on iOS devices, the game will be available to Android users very soon. Wizardlings challenges players to explore unique landscapes by using magic wands to fight back the shadows that cover the world and reveal the vibrant land hidden beneath. Brew powerful spells from the magical Spellbook to vanquish monsters and reclaim the oppressed land.

Additionally, Square Enix has announced their upcoming mobile games holiday sale during the month of December (starting today). So if you haven’t picked up some of those pricier Final Fantasy games for iOS, now might be the time.

December 7 – 14

  • Final Fantasy I   – $8.99  -> $3.99
  • Final Fantasy II  – $8.99  -> $3.99
  • Final Fantasy III – $15.99 -> $8.99 (iPhone) $16.99  -> $9.99 (iPad)
  • Final Fantasy Dimensions (full package) -  $28.99   -> $16.99

December 12 – January 7

  • Lara Croft & The Guardians of Light – $2.99 -> $0.99 (iPhone, iPad)
  • Victorian Mysteries Woman in White – $2.99 -> $0.99 (iPad)
  • Victorian Mysteries the MoonStone – $2.99 -> $0.99 (iPad)

December 17 – January 7

  • American Mensa Academy – $4.99 -> $1.99 (iPhone, iPad)

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