Looking for a free or paid mobile Final Fantasy adventure? We've got your back for the best ones on iOS.
Final Fantasy is one of the most popular RPG series in the world. There are dozens of numbered entries as well as spin-offs to keep track of. That includes several iOS games, some of which are free, and others that are paid experiences. Not every mobile Final Fantasy game represents the same standard of quality, but the great Final Fantasy games on iOS are exceptional.
If you're looking for a few new Final Fantasy adventures to go on with your iOS device, we've selected some of the best ones you can find for Apple users. Whether you're looking for a story-based RPG to keep you occupied for hours or a fun gacha collecting game, there's something here for you. Just don't be surprised if you come out of this list a massive Final Fantasy fan.
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition
Final Fantasy XV is a sprawling RPG that takes 60+ hours to complete if you want to see everything. It's also quite demanding on systems, so if you want to play it you'll need to do so on a powerful PC or a console. Enter Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition. It's an adorable abridged version of the game with chibi characters and the very same story you'd get with the regular version. It's split into chapters, and it's a great way to experience the story of Noctis and his friends in a simple, easily digestible manner. The first chapter is free, and if you want to own the entire game, you can buy each chapter individually or you can pick them all up in one package. It's a fun, cute twist on the main game and a great starter RPG as well.
Price: First chapter free, $3.99 per episode, $19.99 for one-time purchase
Final Fantasy VII
The often-imitated, but never duplicated Final Fantasy VII is seen by many as one of the best PlayStation-era RPGs of all time, and for good reason. It's an epic tale that follows mercenary Cloud Strife after he joins the organization AVALANCHE. The revolutionary group works to keep the malevolent Shinra Corporation's from literally sucking the planet dry of its most important resource: its essence, mako, which can be converted into energy.Both a great starting place for new gamers and veterans alike in the RPG world and beyond, Final Fantasy VII is legendary in every sense of the word, and you can play it on iOS to take it with you everywhere you go.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles originally debuted on GameCube. It was reborn as a free-to-play port on iOS with plenty of awesome new additions. Join up with friends to explore a world named Tipa that was previously ravaged by a giant meteorite. Seek out the crystals scattered throughout the land to keep the miasma from the meteorite at bay with friends at your side, each of you journeying together on your own "crystal chronicle." Play online with up to four friends or find others with matchmaking. No matter what you choose, this is an adventure well worth taking on the Apple device of your choice.
Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
This Final Fantasy excursion is a bit different from the turn-based games you can typically expect to see from the franchise. It's turn-based but you only need to tap a button to launch attacks and swipe to use items. It's extremely streamlined. It also features familiar Final Fantasy characters from a variety of the games in the series as pixelated characters. You can summon tons of different fighters with rarities from 1 to 5 stars. Occasionally, there are crossovers with other franchises as well, like Kingdom Hearts and Secret of Mana. Advance through different stages with your custom party, defeat bosses, and then earn goodies to do it all again.
Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia
The Dissidia series is Final Fantasy's fighting game spinoff. This version, Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia, is a mobile RPG. It combines a variety of different Final Fantasy characters as they're locked in combat with each other. There are plenty of different personalities from Final Fantasy history to collect, and you don't have to spend a cent on earning them all unless you prefer to. It's a colorful, challenging game that lets you explore all eras of the Final Fantasy mythos, and you'll be kept busy trying to get your hands on your favorite heroes.
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