Pocket Gamer reports  that two new free-to-playÂ Final Fantasy games from Square Enix  Â have sneaked their way onto the App Store in Japan â" Final Fantasy: Record Keeper  and Final Fantasy: World Wide Words  .
In Record Keeper, players take on the role of an Apprentice that jumps into paintings that take them to famous scenes from previous games in the series. The battle system is similar to that found inÂ Final Fantasy: All The Bravest  , with players getting to fight alongsideÂ Cloud Strife, Zidane Tribal, Luneth, and more.
Meanwhile, the word-battling RPGÂ World Wide Words features the same art style asÂ Theatrhythm Final Fantasy  , with players given the task of typing out words to perform attacks against monsters and fast typing rewarded with more powerful attacks.
Nothing has been announced regarding the release of either of these games outside of Japan, but both can be found on the Japanese App Store now and are free to download.
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- ^ Pocket Gamer reports (www.pocketgamer.co.uk)
- ^ Square Enix (www.square-enix.com)
- ^ Final Fantasy: Record Keeper (itunes.apple.com)
- ^ Final Fantasy: World Wide Words (itunes.apple.com)
- ^ Final Fantasy: All The Bravest (itunes.apple.com)
- ^ Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (itunes.apple.com)
- ^ Pocket Gamer (www.pocketgamer.co.uk)