As lame as the cheating option is, it's still Final Fantasy VII .
The classic RPG has landed on mobile platforms; it is now available on the iOS App Store and it retails for $15.99.
This version is based on the PC version and doesn't offer any changes to the gameplay or story. Of course, without the standard controller, you'll have to use your tiny touchscreen to use a virtual analog stick or d-pad. Aside from that, nothing is really different from the original role-playing adventure, but they have added a couple lame-o options that might appeal to those with zero patience.
The first feature lets you disable random enemy encounters you'd normally face when exploring. Obviously, this sort of defeats the purpose of that exploration, as you need experience from those battles to grow stronger. But that problem can be fixed with the second option: It's a cheat code that maxes all your stats immediately.
Like I said, lame. But I'd probably rather play this on my phone than the FFVII Remake when it comes out. Yeah, I said it.
Related Game(s): Final Fantasy VII