2、The Wild Case<p>Final Fantasy re-releases on mobile are pretty expensive, so it's a good thing Square Enix has pushed their prices down - though you should probably jump on them fast before the prices fall.</p><p>Yes, it's that time of the week where we round the biggest and best sales on mobile into one handy list, so you, our fine readers, can go out and buy a shiny new game for yourself at a special price.</p><p>This is by no means comprehensive - there's millions of mobile games after all - but we've picked out the finest titles from the available selection to show you. We know you've got taste, so we know which games are most likely to appeal to you.</p><p>Don't believe us? Check out the games below and see what tickles your fancy. There's something in there for everyone, so as long as you don't already own every single game on the list, you're sure to find something that you want to try.</p><p>And let us know in the comments if you find something that you decide to pick up! It's always nice to share your shiny new toys with the rest of us, even if you're essentially just showing off what you bought since we can't play them.Final Fantasy VII</p><p>Price: $9.99/£9.99Also available on Android</p><p>Final Fantasy VII is one of the best-loved RPGs ever made, and having it on mobile means you can play it literally anywhere you like and no one can stop you. Just try not to cry at THAT scene in public, yeah?</p><p>You probably want to get in on this deal soon though. The App Store listing claims that it'll go back up on price on January 6th, which was two days ago now. Quick! Buy it, before they notice and jack the price up again!</p>
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3、<p>Life as a cell can be difficult. The bigger cells bump into you, reduce your size, and mock you with their bloated presence.</p><p>This much I have come to realise while playing Bulkypix's cell simulation game Felllice.</p><p>It's the type of game that offers challenges for you to complete, but also offers the chance to "drift along" and relax, if you wish.</p><p>In the normal "Play" mode, you enter a black-and-white space as the smallest cell with the optional mission of becoming the biggest one.</p><p>It involves absorbing cells that are smaller than you by bumping into them. But you can just as easily lose them all if you knock into a bigger cell.</p><p>It's not too difficult - I completed the task in less than 10 minutes. There are plenty of time attack challenges to complete after that, but it won't last long.</p>Cellular warfare<p>Other than that, there's an Arena that pits you against cell organisms. You have to slowly pick them apart, a cell at a time, until you've assimilated the whole thing.</p><p>These offer a bit more challenge and increase the game's length.</p><p>But, that said, unless you're looking for a minimalist landscape to relax within, Felllice probably won't last you too long.</p><p>You can purchase Felllice for 69p / 99c on the App Store [buy]. For some reason, it's more expensive on Android, at £1.49 / $1.99 on Google Play [buy].</p>Not one whose flame my heart so much as warmed,