Very good news had arrived for all Android device users – The 3rd installment of the Final Fantasy Game Series has finally landed to Android-enabled devices! We now have more reason why we need to buy Android mobile devices.
For those who have not followed the popular game, Final Fantasy III is actually the third installment of the aforementioned series, which was developed under Square Co., Ltd. It was intended for the Nintendo Family Computer (Famicom), but with popular demand by the gaming community, it is now available for download on your very own Android device.
This highly engaging game was first see on the Nintendo DS gaming platform back in the year 2006. In its Android counterpart, the graphics and gameplay features a cleaner and higher quality, thus enabling gamers to enjoy the experience of strategic gaming using their mobile devices. The folks over at Square Enix had truly outdone themselves in tailoring the required gaming controls to different kinds of Android smartphones.
Most people don’t know that Final Fantasy III is the only franchise that was not yet officially localized for English distribution. Previously speaking, there had been plans made by developers to remake this into the handheld of Bandai’s WonderSwan Color. Unfortunately, there had been some technical difficulties regarding the conversion of Famicom’s cartridge colors to that of WonderSwan’s. It made delays in its release and immediately followed its premature death when it was totally cancelled. Therefore it’s good to know we Android in our hands. We now have all the reasons to thank this mobile legend in saving one of our beloved FF franchise.
Nobuo Uematsu was the one who composed the game’s score. He had provided music compositions to other known games. Final Fantasy II’s music was his 21st work.
In the aspect of gameplay, it has no difference with its two predecessors, with the exception of some improved features. For example, the Experiece point system had returned since its absence in the FF II game. Another notable advancement was the superb Class System. Unlike FF I which only allowed users to choose their character’s class at the beginning of the game and FF II having no class at all, FF III was the first in the entire franchise to introduce the Job System. This would later on be adapted to its following successors and be a standard in the entire gameplay.
The video above features a short gameplay of Final Fantasy III. Observe at how refine the animations and 3D rendering are. If you have plans on buying this awesome game for your Android phones, then you can avail it on ny Android market. For Google App Store, Final Fantasy III can be yours for only $17.55 USD.
The Android adaptation of the game features faster browsing through various game records like the bestiary on monsters. It also has some fresh new design for the Job Mastery Cards. And above all, the Android version has exclusive stories not seen on any other gaming platforms. Be sure to check for the original Square Enix logo be sure that the game is not an imitation.