Download FINAL FANTASY III APK + DATA version 1.0.5 free for your android. Play this All time classic RPG right on android phone!
Before we delve into our review, here's a quick description of the game for the uninitiated:
Originally released for the NES, FF III starts you off as an orphan named Luneth, who falls into a hole and discovers the Wind Crystal. The Crystal tells Luneth he must return with the other three chosen warriors, so off you go. You'll meet all three of them within the first quest line. After saving the local kingdom from a Djinn's curse, you are forcefully returned to the Wind Crystal, which then informs you that you have been chosen to become the Warriors of Light.
You are able to change your job through the menu, similar to Final Fantasy V (Which is also due for an Android release some time soon), which is one of my favorite features about this game. You not only gain Experience from combat, but your job level increases as well.The Android version of Final Fantasy III is a slightly updated port of the 2007 Nintendo DS release, which was a pretty major rewrite of the original 1990 Nintendo game. This is a classic Japanese console RPG: a party of four characters explores a world with two scales (outdoor and town/dungeon), collecting items and fighting monsters using turn-based combat as they grow in power.
Graphics are pretty much a direct DS port as well, with an overhead view at three-quarters perspective. They don't stress Android devices, but they're a cut above some of the purely 8-bit RPGs you find on Google Play.
The best aspect of game mechanics is the job system, which lets characters change classes at will. New classes get unlocked as the game goes on. Switching around classes adds a lot to the fun of the game, although unfortunately it's difficult to figure out what each one does without consulting online strategy guides
What's The Story?
One of my biases comes to the fore here: I love a good story, and FINAL FANTASY 3 doesn't have one. For the first three hours or so of the game, you're left bumbling around knowing the main quest is something vague involving a crystal. Then you find out more, but the plot is still a vague MacGuffin, not the passionate and character-driven stuff you see from games like Symphony of Eternity.
The characters, meanwhile, each get a bit of an origin but then act blandly generic throughout the game. Contrast that once again to Symphony, which keeps hitting notes of mystery, humor and romantic tension as time goes on.
That said, if the journey is the destination, FF3 has plenty of journey—at least 40 hours' worth, if you're not already a Final Fantasy expert. While this is a linear quest with only a few side quests, every step of the linear quest is different. And the little sub-quests do have plots—save this town, rescue that princess—to keep you occupied.
--Read more of this Review by Sascha Segan from PCMAG at http://bit.ly/Pf5L43
FEATURES AT A GLANCE:
- New and improved 3D visuals and story sequences only for Android
- Smooth, intuitive touch-panel controls specifically tailored to Square Enix’s smartphone RPGs
- Quicker browsing through the monster bestiary and other game records
- New visual designs for the Job Mastery Cards
- Faithful update of a classic. At least 40 solid hours of questing and monster-killing.
- Main plot isn't compelling. Very difficult for first five hours. Expensive.
- Final Fantasy III is a moderately enjoyable traditional RPG for Android devices, but it doesn't have much of a story to buoy you along.
What's new in version 1.0.5
- Support has been added for devices equipped with the x86 processor.
- The game can now be launched via any user account on the device.
- Korean language support
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Play Store Link: Here
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