List of Square Enix mobile games

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The words Square Enix, with the middle crossbars of the Es as a red rectangle.
Square Enix's current logo

Square Enix is a Japanese video game development and publishing company formed from the merger on April 1, 2003 of video game developer Square and publisher Enix.[1] The company is best known for its role-playing video game franchises, which include the Final Fantasy series, the Dragon Quest series, and the action-RPG Kingdom Hearts series. Of its properties, the Final Fantasy franchise is the best-selling, with a total worldwide sales of over 100 million units.[2] The Dragon Quest series has shipped over 57 million units worldwide[3] and is one of the most popular video game series in Japan,[4] while the Kingdom Hearts series has shipped over 12 million copies worldwide.[5] Since its inception, the company has developed or published hundreds of titles in various video game franchises on numerous gaming systems.

Square Enix has owned Taito Corporation, which continues to publish its own video games, since September 2005,[6] and acquired game publisher Eidos Interactive in April 2009, which has been merged with Square Enix's European publishing wing and renamed as Square Enix Europe.[7] This list includes games developed or published by Square Enix after its formation and released for mobile platforms such as non-smartphone mobile phones, mobile operating systems such as iOS and Android, or the GREE service, rather than as retail games. This list does not include games published by Taito, but does include games published by Square Enix Europe. As not all games have been made available by Square Enix for sale or download worldwide, this list denotes if a game has been released in Japan, North America, and the PAL region.

Games[edit]

For retail video games by Square Enix, see List of Square Enix video games.
For video games by Square, see List of Square video games.
For video games by Enix, see List of Enix games.
For video games by Taito Corporation, both before and after the acquisition, see List of Taito games.
For video games published by Eidos Interactive prior to acquisition, see List of Eidos games.
Title System Release date Developer(s) JP NA PAL Ref(s)
Dragon Quest Monsters i Mobile phones January 28, 2002 Armor Project Yes [8]
The Portopia Serial Murder Case Mobile phones April 3, 2003 Chunsoft Yes [9]
Horii Yūji Gekijō Mobile phones April 3, 2003 Chunsoft Yes [9]
Karuizawa Yūkai Annai Mobile phones April 3, 2003 Square Enix Yes [9]
Brave Shot Mobile phones December 10, 2003 Square Enix Yes [10]
Sokoban Mobile phones February 2, 2004 Falcon Yes [11]
Dragon Quest Mobile Mobile phones March 1, 2004 Square Enix Yes [12]
Final Fantasy Mobile Mobile phones March 1, 2004 Square Enix Yes [13]
ActRaiser Mobile phones July 1, 2004 Square Enix / Macrospace Yes [14]
Aleste Mobile phones July 2004 Square Enix / Macrospace Yes [15]
Drakengard Mobile phones July 2004 Square Enix / Macrospace Yes [15]
Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII Mobile phones September 24, 2004 Square Enix Yes [16]
Front Mission 2089 Mobile phones March 7, 2005 MSF / Winds Yes [17]
Musashi: Mobile Samurai Mobile phones March 15, 2005 Square Enix Yes [18]
Final Fantasy VII Snowboarding Mobile phones April 2005 Square Enix Yes [18]
Egg Monster Hero Mobile phones June 6, 2005 Neverland Yes [19]
Heavy Metal Thunder Mobile phones September 1, 2005 Media.Vision Yes [20]
Brave Shot 2 Mobile phones September 30, 2005 Square Enix Yes [21]
Hexcite Fusion Mobile phones October 3, 2005 Square Enix Yes [22]
Code Age Brawls Mobile phones December 19, 2005 Square Enix Yes [23]
Dragon Quest Monsters Mobile Mobile phones May 22, 2006 Square Enix Yes [24]
Dragon Quest Fushigi no Dungeon Mobile Mobile phones August 7, 2006 Square Enix Yes [25]
Final Fantasy Adventure Mobile phones August 16, 2006 Square Enix Yes [26]
Dirge of Cerberus Lost Episode: Final Fantasy VII Mobile phones August 22, 2006 Ideaworks3D Yes Yes [27][28]
Monotone Mobile phones September 22, 2006 Square Enix Yes [29]
Seiken Densetsu: Friends of Mana Mobile phones October 18, 2006 Square Enix Yes [30]
Megatouch Mobile Arcade Mobile phones November 6, 2006 Square Enix Yes [31]
Chocobo de Mobile Mobile phones December 14, 2006 Square Enix Yes [32]
Destiny's Child Groove Mobile phones June 11, 2007 Square Enix Yes [33]
Makai Toushi SaGa Mobile phones July 2, 2007 Square Enix Yes [34]
Itadaki Street Mobile Mobile phones October 1, 2007 Square Enix Yes [35]
Tobal M Mobile phones December 12, 2007 Square Enix Yes [36]
Crystal Guardians Mobile phones January 28, 2008 Square Enix Yes [37]
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Mobile phones February 18, 2008 Square Enix Yes [38]
Dragon Quest Battle Road Mobile Mobile phones March 11, 2008 Square Enix Yes [39]
Song Summoner: The Unsung Heroes iOS July 7, 2008 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [40]
Ellark Mobile phones July 8, 2008 Square Enix Yes [41]
Hanjuku Hero Mobile phones November 10, 2008 Square Enix Yes [42]
Kingdom Hearts coded Mobile phones November 18, 2008 Square Enix Yes [43]
Kingdom Hearts Mobile Mobile phones December 15, 2008 Square Enix Yes [44]
Crystal Defenders iOS December 23, 2008 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [45]
Romancing SaGa Mobile phones March 5, 2009 Square Enix Yes [46]
Hills and Rivers Remain Mobile phones May 11, 2009 Square Enix Yes [47]
Crystal Defenders: Vanguard Storm iOS May 13, 2009 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [48]
Star Ocean: Blue Sphere Mobile phones June 8, 2009 Square Enix Yes [49]
Space Invaders Infinity Gene iOS July 28, 2009 Taito Yes Yes Yes [50]
It's New Frontier Mobile phones August 24, 2009 Square Enix Yes [51]
Dragon Quest Fushigi no Dungeon Mobile 2 Mobile phones September 14, 2009 Square Enix Yes [52]
Sliding Heroes iOS September 24, 2009 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [53]
Rongo Rongo Mobile phones October 28, 2009 Square Enix Yes [54]
Final Fantasy IV Mobile phones November 5, 2009 Square Enix Yes [55]
Dragon Warrior III Mobile phones November 19, 2009 Square Enix Yes [56]
Song Summoner: The Unsung Heroes Encore iOS December 3, 2009 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [57]
Sigma Harmonics Coda Mobile phones January 28, 2010 Square Enix Yes [58]
Final Fantasy iOS February 25, 2010 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [59]
Final Fantasy II iOS February 25, 2010 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [60]
Wonder Project J2 iOS April 12, 2010 Square Enix Yes [61]
Chaos Rings Android April 20, 2010 Media.Vision Yes Yes Yes [62]
iOS [62]
Hills and Rivers Remain 2 Mobile phones May 11, 2010 Square Enix Yes [63]
Chocobo Panic iOS May 28, 2010 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [64]
Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen Mobile phones September 1, 2010 Square Enix Yes [65]
Final Fantasy Dimensions Mobile phones September 6, 2010 Square Enix Yes [66]
Romancing SaGa 2 Mobile phones November 1, 2010 Square Enix Yes [67]
Voice Fantasy iOS November 1, 2010 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [68][69]
Secret of Mana iOS December 21, 2010 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [70]
Crystal Defenders Android January 25, 2011 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [45]
Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Mobile Mobile phones February 3, 2011 Square Enix Yes [71]
Big Hit Baseball iOS February 16, 2011 Beautiful Game Studios Yes [72]
Final Fantasy III Android March 24, 2011 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [73]
iOS [74]
Chrono Trigger Mobile phones April 25, 2011 Square Enix Yes [75]
Summer Story iOS April 27, 2011 Square Enix Yes [76]
Imaginary Range Android May 5, 2011 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [77][78][79]
iOS [77][78][79]
Chaos Rings Omega Android May 18, 2011 Media.Vision Yes Yes Yes [80][81][82]
iOS [80][81][82]
Secret of Mana Mobile phones May 18, 2011 Square Enix Yes [83]
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions iOS August 4, 2011 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [84][85][86]
Space Invaders Infinity Gene Android September 6, 2011 Taito Yes Yes Yes [87][88]
Dragon Quest Monsters: Wanted! Mobile phones December 1, 2011 Armor Project Yes [89]
Final Fantasy Android December 1, 2011 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [90][91]
Chrono Trigger iOS December 9, 2011 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [75][92]
Android December 22, 2011 [75][92]
Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Mobile phones January 6, 2012 Square Enix Yes [93]
Fortune Street Smart Android January 23, 2012 Square Enix Yes [94]
Final Fantasy II Android February 1, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [90][95]
Imaginary Range II iOS February 29, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [96]
Chaos Rings II Android March 15, 2012 Media.Vision Yes Yes Yes [97][98][99]
iOS [97][98][99]
Fortune Street Smart iOS March 22, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [100][101]
774 Deaths Android April 2, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [102]
iOS [103]
Diffusion Million Arthur Android April 9, 2012 Square Enix Yes [104]
iOS [104]
Victorian Mysteries: Woman in White iOS May 2, 2012 Freeze Tag Yes Yes [105]
Final Fantasy Windows Phone June 13, 2012 Square Yes Yes Yes [106]
Guardian Cross Android June 21, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [107][108][109]
Guardian Cross iOS June 21, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [107][108][109]
Drakerider Android July 23, 2012 Witchcraft Yes Yes Yes [110][111][112]
iOS [110][111][112]
Mensa Academy Android July 27, 2012 Silverball Studios Yes Yes [113][114]
iOS [113][114]
SolaRola Android July 27, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes [115][116]
iOS [115][116]
Otome-Break! Android August 8, 2012 Square Enix Yes [117]
iOS [117]
KooZac Android August 21, 2012 Viker Yes Yes [118][119]
iOS August 22, 2012 [118][119]
The World Ends with You: Solo Remix iOS August 27, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [120]
Final Fantasy Dimensions Android August 31, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [121]
iOS [121]
Nirvaana of Genesis GREE September 5, 2012 Square Enix / GREE Yes [122]
Emperors SaGa GREE September 18, 2012 Square Enix / GREE Yes [123]
Demons' Score Android September 19, 2012 Square Enix / Epic Games Yes Yes Yes [124]
iOS [125]
Symphonica iOS October 18, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [126][127]
Wizardlings iOS October 25, 2012 Liv Games / Emerald City Yes [128]
Countastic Android November 2, 2012 Square Enix Yes [129]
Motley Blocks Android November 7, 2012 Sarbakan Yes [130]
Chocobo's Chocotto Farm GREE November 19, 2012 Smile Lab Yes [131]
Galaxy Dungeon GREE November 20, 2012 Square Enix / GREE Yes [132]
Motley Blocks iOS November 21, 2012 Sarbakan Yes [130]
Final Fantasy Artniks GREE November 30, 2012 Square Enix / GREE Yes [133]
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy iOS December 13, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [134][135][136]
Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Android December 14, 2012 Square Enix Yes [137]
iOS [137]
Final Fantasy IV iOS December 20, 2012 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [138]
Final Fantasy: All the Bravest iOS January 16, 2013 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [139]
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions Android February 14, 2013 Square Enix Yes [140]
Circle of Mana GREE March 5, 2013 Square Enix / GREE Yes [141]
Mini Ninjas Mobile iOS March 6, 2013 IO Interactive Yes Yes Yes [142]
Android March 11, 2013 [142]
Chaos Rings Windows Phone March 27, 2013 Media.Vision Yes Yes Yes [62][106]
Final Fantasy V iOS March 28, 2013 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [143]
The World Ends with You: Live Remix GREE May 21, 2013 Square Enix / GREE Yes [120]
Final Fantasy Tactics S Android May 28, 2013 Square Enix / Mobage Yes [144]
iOS [144]
Final Fantasy IV Android June 3, 2013 Square Enix Yes [145]
Sangokushi Rumble iOS June 20, 2013 Square Enix Yes [146]
Deus Ex: The Fall iOS July 11, 2013 Eidos Montreal / N-Fusion Yes Yes Yes [147]
Bloodmasque iOS July 25, 2013 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [148]
Final Fantasy V Android September 25, 2013 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [143]
Melpharia March iOS September 26, 2013 Square Enix Yes [149][150][151]
Champ Man 14 Android October 15, 2013 Beautiful Game Studios Yes Yes [152]
iOS [152]
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Android November 25, 2013 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [153]
iOS [153]
Dragon Warrior Android November 28, 2013 Chunsoft / Square Enix Yes [154]
iOS [154]
Occult Maiden iOS November 29, 2013 Square Enix Yes [155]
Tomb Raider iOS December 17, 2013 Crystal Dynamics Yes Yes Yes [156]
Occult Maiden Android December 31, 2013 Square Enix Yes [155]
Final Fantasy VI Android January 15, 2014 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [157]
Deus Ex: The Fall Android January 22, 2014 Eidos Montreal / N-Fusion Yes Yes Yes [158]
Dragon Quest Monsters: Super Light Android January 23, 2014 Square Enix Yes [159]
iOS [159]
Guns N' Souls Android January 30, 2014 Square Enix Yes [160]
iOS [160]
Final Fantasy VI iOS February 6, 2014 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [157]
Deadman's Cross Android February 13, 2014 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [161]
iOS [161]
Dragon Sky Android February 19, 2014 Square Enix Yes [162]
iOS [162]
Rise of Mana Android March 6, 2014 Square Enix Yes [163]
School Girl Strikers Android April 14, 2014 Square Enix Yes [164]
iOS [164]
Hitman Go Android April 17, 2014 Square Enix Montreal Yes Yes Yes [165]
iOS [165]
Final Fantasy Agito Android May 14, 2014 Square Enix Yes Coming Coming [166]
iOS [166]
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King iOS May 28, 2014 Level-5 Yes Yes Yes [167]
Rise of Mana Android June 26, 2014 Square Enix Yes [163]
Dragon Warrior II Android June 26, 2014 Chunsoft / Square Enix Yes [168]
iOS [168]
The World Ends with You: Solo Remix Android June 26, 2014 Square Enix Yes Yes Yes [120]
Final Fantasy VII G-Bike Android 2014 Square Enix Coming Coming Coming [169]
iOS [169]
Hitman: Sniper Android 2014 Square Enix Montreal Coming Coming Coming [170]
iOS [170]
Final Fantasy Artniks Dive GREE 2014 Square Enix / GREE Coming [171]
Chaos Rings Sigma Android 2014 Media.Vision Coming Coming Coming [172]
iOS [172]
Glorious Blades Android 2014 Square Enix / Gloops Coming [173]
iOS [173]
Final Fantasy: Record Keeper Android 2014 Square Enix Coming Coming Coming [174]
iOS [174]

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