Square Enix Releases Chrono Trigger for Android

Monday, October 29th, 2012

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Chrono Trigger

Square Enix has ported Chrono Trigger to Android. This is the second smartphone port of the classic SNES RPG, the first being its December 2011 iOS release. Like the iOS version, Chrono Trigger for Android features touchscreen menus and virtual directional controls and buttons. As it is based on the DS version, it features Tom Slattery’s translation instead of Ted Woolsey’s. It also includes the Dimension Vortex and Lost Sanctum bonus areas, but not the Arena of the Ages mini-game, which remains a DS exclusive. In addition to English, it also supports French, Italian, German, Spanish, traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese, and Japanese.

Chrono Trigger for Android requires Android v2.2 or higher. It is a 36 MB download. It costs $9.99 (USD/CAD) in the United States and Canada. Regional pricing will differ.

To learn more about Chrono Trigger for Android (and iOS), visit the official website and Google Play listing and watch the teaser trailer below. Fans of the Chrono series may also be interested in our analysis of the dueling themes of Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross by Jonathan Higgins.

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