A new Final Fantasy adventure exclusive to smartphones




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MOBIUS FINAL FANTASY is the newest addition to the epic saga that is Final Fantasy. Unlike most other games on Android, this one was designed specifically with mobile device touch screens in mind – and it shows. So much so that both the game's controllers and its features are perfect for playing on a tablet or smartphone.

Written entirely by Kazushige Nojima, the screenwriter behind Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy XV among others, the story takes you on a journey through a shadowy underworld, full of danger where darkness will finally begin to lift as you beat challenges in each episode. It also goes without saying that the game is full of extras like the special events that only take place while your playing at certain times.

In MOBIUS FINAL FANTASY, combat systems are no doubt their strong point. Players get to choose from several different combat actions during their turn and can normally choose from normal attacks, deploying magic orbs, or unleashing final attacks. Mastering how to use which move at the right time and knowing your enemy's weakness is a major part of the game, but above all you'll need to focus on dominating the art of using elemental orbes.

As in other Final Fantasy games, MOBIUS FINAL FANTASY allows you to change classes. At the beginning of the adventure, you'll start without a specific class, but little by little as you unlock new roles like paladins, black mages, white mages, thieves, etc. Each class, of course, has its own special ability.

MOBIUS FINAL FANTASY is an astonishing game in every sense. Visually, in terms of the game's graphics, it's an industry giant. But, in other areas it is in no way lacking in quality. We're looking at a game with a track record of excellence, with a deep system for combat that's fun and also has an enormous amount of content.
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