• Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2012-08-31
  • Current Version: 1.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 208.52 MB
  • Developer: SQUARE ENIX INC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 1,747 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Based on 1,747 App Reviews


In addition to enhanced graphics and sound, this smartphone version also marks the title's overseas debut. Drawing upon the roots of the series with such features as beautiful 2-D pixel art, a battle system involving job change-based character growth and ability combinations, and a classic story of light, darkness, and crystals, FINAL FANTASY DIMENSIONS delivers the best of FINAL FANTASY, retro and fresh alike, directly to you. We hope you enjoy this wonderful new addition to the venerable FINAL FANTASY series. ---------------------- The game's prologue--the first arc in the story--is available for you to enjoy as a free download. Subsequent chapters are available for purchase via the shop menu. You can also switch background music from the game using Chiptune Arrange functionality! Chiptune Arrange is also available for purchase in the shop. Just select "Chiptune BGM"! If you're not convinced, try arranging serveral background songs in Chiptune before you buy! Just Select "Arrange" from the "BGM Type" option in the Config menu! It's that easy! ----------------------- Prologue: Available for free! Chapter 1: Reckoning $1.99 Chapter 2: The Generals Approach (Contains the Dragoon, Ranger, Bard, and Dark Knight Chapters) $4.99 Chapter 3: Warriors of Light and Darkness (Contains the Memorist, Dancer, Paladin, and Ninja Chapters) $4.99 Chapter 4: Twilight $4.99 Set: Chapters 1–4 $13.99 Chiptune BGM $4.99 ---------------------- Compatible with the iPhone4, iPad2 and later. Compatible with iOS5.1.1 and later. Universal application, also compatible with Retina Display. Due to the use of a universal aspect ratio, portions of the game screen may appear black on some devices.




  • Bro.

    By CentauriSword
    Srsly, I liked the tutorial BY ITSELF, only to discover that the whole game is like a pay to win. The FF games seem to be ALL like this. I’m disappointed, deny this all you want ppl.
  • Best Final Fantasy Game in a long time

    By mmodude303
    There’s not really much else to say about this game except that I felt like I was playing a lost Final Fantasy game from the Super Nintendo era. This is a game for people who loved Final Fantasy 3 and 5 with the best job system in any Final Fantasy game to date. I was really disappointed that dimensions 2 was nothing like this but here’s to hoping the next dimensions game will be something similar to this.
  • iPhone X display optimization

    By philliphekmati
    This game looks tiny, and honestly, awful on iPhone X. A full screen update would be appreciated, even if it is an in-app purchase.
  • Annoyed as Hell

    By Supermath33
    I try to only play free to play and when I downloaded it it was fine for me but when it hit me with a sudden pay to continue the main game like Mario Run I was irritated so I don't enjoy playing games that throw a sudden paywall of real money just to play a game because it is free. It would have been better if there were a few micro transactions that allowed you to do things easier but not making them necessary to play a game if you are a free to play like me.
  • A masterpiece

    By genesis_SOC
    Definitely one of the best games ever made, designed directly for those of us who grew up with classic FF. Epic story, memorable characters, well balanced with many viable class setups and strategies. 60+ hour main story with many many more hours of end game content. Well worth the price, I'd pay $60 honestly for this masterpiece. I wish more FFD games were made. I nearly cried when I finished it because I never wanted it to end. You paid $60 for FF15, yet this game is only $15, no DLC, longer and way better.
  • Great way to past time

    By Vitamin___D
    Can you put in a cloud backup so people don’t have to start all over from the beginning if they choose to uninstall.
  • A good and fun experience.

    By Sailor1337
    Take the guest star party member system of FFII, the jobs of FFI,III, and V, along with the light and dark and character development of IV, and you have an idea what this game is like. The first episode is free and gives you an idea what the gameplay is like, then you have to actually cough up money, surprising I know. It's not always true but "you get what you pay for" and for the apps that you pay nothing, you get nothing as quality. -1 star for the INSANE difficulty spike later on in the game, and the amount of grinding you'll need to do so that you can unlock the fusion techniques you want.
  • Just aggravating.

    By LizarDragon
    Here's the thing: I haven't played much Final Fantasy, but I have played a ton of RPGs. However, this was one of the worst. The game isn't free. It costs tons of money to keep playing, so they should just make the game cost money in the first place. Secondly, the whole thing just looks like it was made in RPG Maker, which isn't that bad but it's a big company. They should make decent graphics at least. Nothing's engaging, and you play about 20-30 minutes before you can't play anymore. Not worth your time.
  • Solid Entry

    By Math Loser
    This is a solid FF game, and it features play length comparable to the console titles. Worth the money.
  • Pleasant surprise. Worth the price

    By Metachronism
    Being a spinoff, I had pretty low expectations. In fact, the game sat idly on my phone for months before I started to play it. It's actually very enjoyable. The feel of the game is like a "Final Fantasy 5.5" in terms of the engine generation. The job system is astoundingly well balanced and thoughtfully designed. The random encounter enemies are stupidly strong. They regularly smack you for over half your HP. But this makes expendable items meaningful unlike the other FFs where you never use them. The story is simplistic and unoriginal but the game mechanics make it worthwhile. It's also quite a long adventure. It took me well over 50 hours to get through. Highly recommended for those who want the nostalgic FF experience but want a game they haven't already played ad nauseum.