It's A Christmas Miracle: Square Enix Launches iOS App Sale, Final Fantasy Included
The popular developer-publisher Square Enix, known for bringing countless Final Fantasy titles to Apple's mobile OS (and charging iDevice users a large sum for the pleasure of the ports), is hosting an impressive iOS app sale in celebration of the holidays. Countless applications - including more than a handful of Final Fantasy games - are available either free, for $0.99, or heavily discounted.
Certain titles - like the recent Tomb Raider release, or BLOODMASQUE, for example - are indeed available for attractive prices but aren't related to Square Enix's holiday sale, while others have had their price tags tweaked especially for Christmas.
Here's a selection of Square Enix's holiday offerings. These prices should be good until Dec. 28, at least, since iTunes Connect is shutting down for Christmas from today, Dec. 21.
- Sliding Heroes (free)
- Final Fantasy XIV: Libra Eorzea (free)
- Lara Croft and the Guardian of the Light ($0.99)
- Lara Croft and the Guardian of the Light HD ($0.99)
- Deus Ex: The Fall ($0.99)
- Voice Fantasy ($0.99)
- Fullmetal Alchemist Gallery ($0.99)
- Soul Eater Gallery ($0.99)
- Chaos Rings ($2.99)
- Chaos Rings for iPad ($2.99)
- Final Fantasy ($3.99)
- Final Fantasy II ($3.99)
- Chaos Rings II ($3.99)
- Chaos Rings II for iPad ($3.99)
For the full selection of Square Enix's offerings, be sure to take a look at the developer-publisher's page in the App Store.
As a reminder, further impressive iOS holiday app sales have come from SEGA and Full Fat Games, both of which are spreading Christmas cheer by offering their countless titles at heavily discounted prices. As noted above, these prices should indeed be available until Dec. 28 at least, so you've got time to browse through the App Store and hand-pick the discounted apps you're most interested in.
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