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-  FINAL FANTASY VI features intuitive user-friendly controls that make the game easy to play on touch screens. In particular, the battle interface has received a complete overhaul for smartphones.
-  The magicites and events that were introduced in the 2006 remake will also make a return. In addition, events have been optimized for user-friendly touch controls.
-  Need a hint? Mog will help players who are stuck by telling them what they should do next.
-  The album feature will allow players to revisit the story of the game, just in case they missed an event or need to catch up.
-  Available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Chinese (Traditional/Simplified) languages.
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