Final Fantasy and Lara Croft lead the way to Christmas in Square Enix holiday sale

Square Enix is celebrating the holidays with new mobile releases and discounts on games for iOS and Android devices over the next month.

Over the course of December, five new games will be made available on the App Store and Google Play. An iOS version of Final Fantasy 4, based on the 2008 3D remake, will launch Dec. 20, while Qwirkle the 2011 Spiel des Jahres winner and winner of 2007's Mensa Best Mind Game is launching "soon" to both iOS and Facebook, says Square Enix. In addition, breakbeat action game Demons' Score, Final Fantasy Dimensions and Wizardlings are all coming to Android devices.

Starting Dec. 7, Final Fantasy 1, Final Fantasy 2, Final Fantasy 3 and Final Fantasy Dimensions are all on sale until Dec. 14. Both FF1 and FF2 are discounted from $8.99 to $3.99. The third in the series is discounted from $15.99 to $8.99 on iPhone, while its iPad version is available for $9.99. Final Fantasy Dimensions drops from $28.99 to $16.99.

On Dec. 12 until Jan. 7, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light will become available on iPhone and iPad for $0.99. Victorian Mysteries Woman in White and Victorian Mysteries The Moonstone will both be available for $0.99 on iPad for the same time period.

Finally, on Dec. 17, American Mensa Academy will be discounted on iPhone and iPad for $1.99.

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