Just Launched: Final Fantasy I, the Game That Started it All, Now Available in Google Play Store

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  • 28 Jul 2012
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  • If you want to spend $10 wisely, you might as well do that by buying the Final Fantasy I game, available now in the Google Play Store. The title premiered in Japan on December 18, 1987 so it’s as classic as it gets.

    Created by Square, this game is now available on Android and takes up 44MB of space. It requires Android 2.1 at least and know that after the initial download of 46.39 and after that you need to download an extra 240 MB package. FF1 is a RPG created by Hironobu Sakaguchi and this is the very first game that started the Final Fantasy mania.

    The original title was created for the Nintendo Entertainment System and then it was remade for other video game consoles. Final Fantasy offers 4 basic game modes: an overworld map, town and dungeon maps as well, plus a battle screen and menu screen, that became the classic game recipe for Square. You can travel by foot, by canoe, ship and airship as you progress in the game.

    The combat in the game is based on selections from a menu and if you want old school RPG fun I recommend you download the game from here.

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