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Sword of Mana

An Action RPG game for Game Boy Advance by Brownie Brown in the Mana series

Sword of Mana box art

The Mana Tree is in danger once again, or perhaps for the first time: Sword of Mana is a remake of the original Seiken Densetsu, released in North America as Final Fantasy Adventure. Developed by Brownie Brown, this, the second of Square Enix's GBA titles looks and plays a lot like Secret of Mana, but without the edge that game had back in 1993.

Box Art

Sword of Mana
Game Boy Advance
Release date
1 Dec 2003
Sword of Mana box art for Game Boy Advance

News & Blogs

A job opening on the Square Enix website requesting, amongst others, an Art Director and Character Model Designer to work on a new Seiken Densetsu project alludes to an upcoming announcement of a new game in the Mana series, presumably for a platform that supports 3d (why else would you need a model designer). Here's some production artwork shown to give applying artists an idea of what they're looking for.1

  1. Gamefront

Out of nowhere, some random Japanese company "Meikyosha" announced the Shinyaku Seiken Densetsu Deluxe Pack, which will be released alongside Sword of Mana and contain a battery-powered figure of Li'l Cactus which can, get this, rock back and forth. It also comes with a sock puppet Rabite and a calendar. For those of you insane enough to waste money on importing this, it'll come at ?7800 (?57/US$66).1

  1. Gamefront

Business conference sees Square Enix among biggest publishers within 3 years; this year's games confirmed; other details

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