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Final Fantasy I, II, and III launch on Android a day early as pixel-art remasters

Final Fantasy I, II, and III launch on Android a day early as pixel-art remasters

On July 1st, Square Enix tweeted that the first three Final Fantasy titles would be coming to mobile as remasters on July 29th. Well, it would appear someone has pulled the trigger a little early, and so all three are now available on the Play Store. This is why the original Android ports for I and II are now unlisted, where these remasters are being released as updated replacements that many of us will have to purchase again if we wish to see support. Final Fantasy I and II retail for $11.99, and III is $17.99, which is up there for 20+ year-old games.

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Google starts highlighting premium games that 'play well' on Chromebooks in the Play Store

Google starts highlighting premium games that 'play well' on Chromebooks in the Play Store

Since Chromebooks picked up Android app support, Google's been trying to pressure developers to target it as a platform with things like specific talks at past I/O events, and "easier" sideloading of apps for developer testing. And a recently spotted change in the Play Store for Chromebooks might help convince game developers the platform is worth specifically targeting. Over the weekend, a whole new section for "premium" Chromebook games was spotted in testing.

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MojoTouch Releases Classic Adventure Game 'Flight Of The Amazon Queen' On The Play Store

MojoTouch Releases Classic Adventure Game 'Flight Of The Amazon Queen' On The Play Store

MojoTouch has been releasing some notable classics of the point-and-click adventure genre for the last few years. First came Simon the Sorcerer (and eventually its sequel               ), then The Seventh Guest. Now the developer has ported Flight of the Amazon Queen, an Indiana Jones-style adventure parody first released for MS-DOS and the Amiga way back in 1995. You can grab it on the Play Store for $4, and the game has no ads or in-app purchases.

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