Square Enix has announced that free-to-play mobile game Pictlogica Final Fantasy will be released next month for the Nintendo 3DS. Both the mobile and 3DS versions are Japan-only releases right now, which is a bit of a bummer. The game looks damn adorable, and that's not even accounting for my love of all things Final Fantasy.
As reported by Gematsu, the puzzle game, which launched in Japan for iOS and Android devices back in 2013, will be available for download through the Nintendo eShop starting July 12th.
In Pictlogica Final Fantasy, players complete various illustration puzzles and take on quests that feature turn-based battles. Over 300 different puzzles are included in the game, as well as more than 160 characters from the massive RPG franchise. Each character can acquire new skills, level up, and be customized with new weapons, which is just about everything you'd want for those turn-based battles.
If that's still not enough FF for you, Square Enix recently announced Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, a PlayStation 4 port of their popular arcade fighting game. Dissidia will hit shelves in early 2018.