Secret of Mana

3.9
6.86K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone 10+
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Initially released in Japan in 1993, Secret of Mana took the world by storm with its innovative real-time battle system and gorgeously rendered world. It continues to stand out among other action RPGs for its seamless gameplay that anyone from beginner to veteran can enjoy.
One of the most memorable elements of the Mana series is the Ring Command menu system. With the single press of a button, a ring-shaped menu appears on the screen, where players can use items, change weapons, and do a variety of other actions without needing to switch screens. This Ring Command menu system for which the Mana series is so well known was first introduced in Secret of Mana and has since appeared in most games in the series.
Play as Randi and his two companions, Primm and Popoi, as they adventure all around the world. At the center of our epic story is the mystical power of Mana. Battle the empire in its quest for control of Mana. Befriend the eight elementals who wield the forces of nature itself. Numerous encounters await at every turn.

This game supports peripheral controllers.
Updated on
Jul 7, 2022

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3.9
6.86K reviews
A Google user
October 17, 2018
Loved it years ago on the SNES, so I figured why not? Well this is why not: The graphics are choppy anytime you move around, controls are clunky, and there is a lovely bug where if you are hit, there's a good chance that you'll be locked in place for a while, still able to take more hits. This becomes a huge problem when your fighting two enemies who corner lock you and drop.you all 200 hp, plus the extra 200 you gained by using a healing item, killing you with no way to stop it. Literally. Zero. Ways. Out.
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Ronnie Gilmore
October 31, 2021
One of my SNES favs. The port only gets 3 stars. I'm running a Note 10, which emulates PS2, Wii, PSP, and everything else flawlessly with high settings. However, this port is a choppy mess. It feels like I'm trying to run the game on an old Nokia brick. The on-screen controls constantly clash with a controller, many times resulting in having to close the app to regain control. If they would just add an option to completely disable the on-screen controls it would improve this app substantially.
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A Google user
April 6, 2019
Little glitches make it impossible to enjoy playing. Directional pad is ridiculously annoying to use. The boss monsters no longer freeze when targeted by spells which makes defeating them next to impossible, but your characters freeze when you are targeted. Walking to different screens makes the screen freak out. Flipping through your menus takes way longer and more effort than necessary. Don't bother downloading. Play the original or an emulator.
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What's new

- Fixed minor bugs.