Final Fantasy VII Comes to Android

Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy VII is now available on Android devices

Released in 1997, the dramatic tale with its iconic characters, using cutting-edge technology during the time continues to be loved by numerous fans around the world. The smash hit RPG which has sold over 11,000,000 units worldwide, finally arrives on Android devices. Final Fantasy VII is also available for download on iPhone and iPad.


With its unshakeable monopoly over Mako energy production, the evil Shinra Electric Power Company holds tight to the reigns of world power.
In the metropolis of Midgar, the resistance against the company by the revolutionary group Avalanche was intensifying. Cloud Strife, a former member of Shinra’s elite soldier・unit takes part in the raid as a mercenary hired by Avalanche. He then sets events into motion that will draw him to face his lost past, and into a battle for the future of the planet itself.


The first Final Fantasy to feature 3D backgrounds and CG movie scene.
Play using a simple and comfortable virtual controller designed not to obscure the action.
Two new features, the option to turn enemy encounters off and a Max Stats command to become all-powerful to make play easier and more convenient.
Relive the inspiring tale in your hands.
This application takes up around 2GB of memory. Over 4GB of free space is required to download it, so make sure that ample spare memory is available before attempting to do so.


Get it on Google Play

Final Fantasy VII is also available for iOS


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