Final Fantasy VI Out on Android with a Bug that Affects Progress

Final Fantasy VI (Android)

Originally announced in October by Square Enix producer Takashi Tokita, Final Fantasy VI is now available on Android devices. An iOS port was also announced at the time, but as of this news article, that particular version hasn’t come out yet. The Android version is now on the Google Play store for £10.99/€14.49. Take into account that the game is compatible with Android 3.2, but running it on 4.0 or higher is recommended.

But soon after the revamped version of the classic RPG came out for Android, users started noticing a bug that affects their progress. Basically, they can’t access the second half of the game after a climactic battle. On Google Play, Square Enix has recognized that the game crashes during a cutscene and the publisher promises an upcoming fix. A release date for the patch hasn’t been announced yet.

For the uninitiated, Final Fantasy VI is one of the most beloved entries in the long-running series and has appeared on a variety of platforms, including SNES, PlayStation and Game Boy Advance.

Source: Joystiq, Kotaku