Congrats to you, nostalgia-seeker! You've reached the official Chrono Trigger port from Square Enix, bringing with it all the goodness from your SNES childhood. It's far, far better than the days of crappy emulators: all the menus are optimized for touch controls, and a joystick simply appears whenever you tap the screen. The price tag may seem hefty at nearly $10, but consider that you'll get over 30 hours of retro play for the cost of a couple lattes (also, it used to be $60 back in the day! madness!).
Instead of downloading a HUGE initial file onto your device, this port downloads sections at each major plot point - the slight annoyance of which is worth not loading down your device. This port is based off the 2010 version of Chrono Trigger that was released for the Nintendo DS, which means that you get access to an extra dungeon, items, and cutscenes.
Swapping around onscreen tiny buttons when time is of the essence to lay the smackdown on your enemies can be a pain. But we find the convenience of instant nostalgia in your pocket is worth it.
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by Janel , Appszoom
Jul 07, 2015