<i>Chaos Rings</i> is a RPG initially released for iOS and then ported to Android. The story follows five couples from around the world who are summoned by “The Agent” to fight to the death in a tournament called the Ark Arena. Gameplay consists of random turn based battles with some puzzle elements. Each couple can attack individually or as a pair.
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Platform iOS, Android Publisher Square Enix Developer Media.Vision Release Date 2010-04-20

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Chaos Rings hits PlayStation Mobile with a launch trailer

A new trailer is out celebrating the launch of Square Enix's mobile JRPG Chaos Rings on the PlayStation Mobile platform. Originally released in 2010 for iOS, Chaos Rings tells the story of four pairs of individuals who are brought together in a place known as the Ark Arena and made to fight to the death. The trailer briefly introduces the eight playable characters, though it takes some very quick eyes to actually make out the characters' names. PlayStation Mobile is available for select Android devices and PlayStation Vita.


Square Enix social-game devs talk about clones, growing pains and hope for the future

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Chaos Rings mobile role-playing game now available on Android

Mobile role-playing game Chaos Rings is now available on Android devices, publisher Square Enix announced today. Android players can pick up the game for $12.99 on Google Play. Developed exclusively for touchscreen devices, Chaos Rings was originally released for iOS in April 2010. Players choose to battle as one of four couples, each couple presenting their own unique storyline. The game uses a turn-based battle system, giving players the option to execute attacks individually or have their couple attack together. Only by playing through all couples' storylines can players unravel the game's full plot. A prequel, Chaos Ring Omega, was released for iOS in May 2011. Its sequel Chaos Rings 2 was released in March earlier this year.

Chaos Rings Releases
North America
  • iOS
    • Released 04/20/2010
    • Publisher Square Enix
    • Developer Media.Vision
  • Android
    • Released 10/10/2012
    • Publisher Square Enix
    • Developer Media.Vision
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