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Square Enix offers up a holiday iOS game sale

Dec 07 // Dale North
   @DaleNorth

Final Fantasy IV coming soon

Square Enix is set to blow up your phone with popular existing games as well as some new ones. All three of the first Final Fantasy games are sale, as is Final Fantasy Dimensions, listed for as low as $3.99 (though Dimensions is down to $16.99). These prices are good from December 7 through 14.

From December 12 through January 7, other titles will drop in price. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light drops to $0.99 for iPad and iPhone. Victorian Mysteries series titles also hit the dollar mark. American Mensa Academy will be $1.99. See all prices below.

In related news, Square Enix has some good stuff coming up. Masterpiece RPG Final Fantasy IV will soon come to iOS, as will mobile puzzler Qwirkle. For Android users, get ready for Demon's Score, Final Fantasy Dimensions, and Wizardlings

December 7-14
• FINAL FANTASY I      $8.99 → $3.99
• FINAL FANTASY II      $8.99 → $3.99
• FINAL FANTASY III     $15.99 → $8.99 (iPhone)  $16.99 → $9.99 (iPad)
• FINAL FANTASY DIMENSIONS     $28.99 → $16.99

 December 12 – January 7

• LARA CROFT AND THE GUARDIAN OF LIGHT®   $2.99 → $0.99 (iPhone, iPad)
• VICTORIAN MYSTERIES WOMAN IN WHITE $2.99 → $0.99  (iPad)

• VICTORIAN MYSTERIES THE MOONSTONE $2.99 → $0.99  (iPad)


December 17 – January 7
• AMERICAN MENSA ACADEMY $4.99 → $1.99 (iPhone, iPad)

 


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