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Amazon Fire, previously known as Kindle Fire, is a line of tablets and smart devices manufactured for Seattle, Washington-based retailer Amazon.com, Inc.
About the Fire platform[edit | edit source]
Evolving from the well-known Kindle series of e-readers, Amazon.com created an independent branch, or fork, of the Android platform using its open-source code. The system would then be modified to tie into the company's retail platform. Early versions were simply referred to as Kindle Fire system software based on Android, but the platform was renamed Fire OS with the third-generation tablets and beyond. The Fire HDX series of tablets was the first to use the software under its present name. Being a fork of Android, Fire devices can run Android apps, provided that an app does not make explicit requests to Google Play and meets certain other criteria. The current major version is Fire OS 6, released in 2017.
Square Enix titles on Amazon Fire[edit | edit source]
|Final Fantasy III||1.1.2||August 28, 2017||All||USD 15.99|
|Final Fantasy IV||1.2.4||August 22, 2017||All||USD 15.99|
|Final Fantasy V||1.2.1||August 24, 2017||Tablet, TV||USD 15.99|
|Final Fantasy VI||1.0.4||September 17, 2015||All||USD 15.99|
|Final Fantasy IX||1.4.9||April 26, 2017||Phone, Tablet||USD 20.99|
|Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition||18.104.22.1685||January 28, 2019||Tablet||Free In-app-purchase required|
Spin-offs[edit | edit source]
|Adventures of Mana||1.0.7||June 23, 2016||All||USD 13.99|
|Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire||22.214.171.124||February 21, 2019||Phone, Tablet||Free-to-play|
|Final Fantasy Brave Exvius||3.4.5||February 28, 2019||Phone, Tablet||Free-to-play|