Final Fantasy IV, one of the most popular games in the hit Final Fantasy series, now has another platform to add to its list of homes. Square Enix's classic, previously released for mobile phones and tablets running iOS and Android OS, is now available on the Amazon App Store. Buyers can download Final Fantasy IV on to anything phone or tablet running Android 2.3 or higher including Amazon's own Kindle Fire for $15.99.
FFIV tells the story of Cecil, a dark-knight-turned-light on a quest to save the main heroine, Rosa. Along the way, he meets up with a unique cast of characters including a mechanic, twins, and even a ninja. Final Fantasy IV was originally released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1991, but has been remade multiple times including an extreme graphical upgrade in 2008 on the Nintendo DS. The Amazon App Store mobile version features full 3D graphics, alongside advanced touch screen controls and refreshed audio. It also features multiple difficulty choices, catering to both novice and experienced players.
Owners of an Android system or Kindle Fire can pick up Final Fantasy IV on the Amazon App Store right now for $15.99. This is the Nintendo DS version that features voice-acting from the Game Boy Advance remake, so players can expect the full Final Fantasy IV experience on yet another mobile/tablet system.