The Legend of Mana Remastered Version Now on Mobile

Now on a new platform.
Now on a new platform. Square Enix

The remastered edition of Legend of Mana is now available on Android and iOS. This particular version features a touch screen UI, gamepad support, and cloud-based save data support. While the game is not free, it’s being offered at a discounted price of $21.99 until December 21.

In the game, players take on a journey to look for the mystical Mana Tree only to realize later that the world map is actually empty. As they travel, they get their hands on special artifacts, which can then be placed on the map to bring towns and dungeons to life through the game’s unique Land Creation system.

Players can also capture eggs and hatch pet monsters that can aid in battles. In addition, the story progresses on the choices the players make. This means a more personal and unique gameplay experience.

The mobile version not only features remastered visuals but even a rearrangement of selected songs from the soundtrack like “Hometown of Domina.” The good thing is that players can alternate between the original and new soundtrack. Players can also enjoy the mini-game known as “Ring Ring Land,” which can help strengthen those pet monsters.

During their journey, players will meet a truly colorful cast of characters and monsters they must beat in real-time combat. Of course, there’s also being able to explore the world of Fa’Diel and experience the timeless story.

Get the game on Google Play and the App Store.

The Mana series, also known as Seiken Densetsu in Japan, had its start as a side story for Final Fantasy. The first in the franchise was released in 1991 titled Final Fantasy Adventure. It has since become a long-running action-RPG series that spanned multiple titles over 30 years.

The franchise became known for its characters, story, and music. It’s also said to have pioneered the action-oriented approach when it comes to traditional JRPG combat. The latest game released was the remake of Trials of Mana, available on PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS.

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