There’s still a lot we don’t know about Square-Enix’s upcoming smartphone RPG, Mevius Final Fantasy. It’s supposed to hit mobile (in Japan) this spring, and apparently elements and “ability cards” will play into its battle system quite heavily.
When attacking enemies in Mevius Final Fantasy, you’ll gain “Elements,” which are then used to activate abilities. Abilities have their own types and number of required elements to use. Additionally, there are Ability Cards you can use when requirements are met.
Though King is best-known for match-three puzzle games that revolve around crushing candy, the studio is looking to change things up a little with its next game, Paradise Bay. Gamezebo has a hands-on preview of this island building / trading title, which recently soft-launched on the Canadian App Store.
[T]he experience feels a lot like Zynga’s CastleVille Legends. You’ll collect resources to build other resources and items that you’ll then trade with the locals, merchants, neighboring islands and, according to the game’s iTunes description, friends (though I haven’t personally unlocked that feature yet.)
Psychoz Interactive’s highly anticipated survival horror game Forgotten Memories: Alternate Realities is coming to iOS (and other platforms) on April 23. The extended story trailer is perfectly creepy and exhibits some pretty great-looking graphics for the iOS version of the game.