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Game Information

Available on:PCSep 27, 2018
Nintendo SwitchDec 22, 2018

Developers: Kishimoto Studios, BEHEMUTT

Publisher: Plug In Digital

Genres: Action, RPG

COMPLETELY SKILL-BASED COMBAT: Each enemy has its own set of skills, behaviors and collaborations. Learn their patterns and discover their weakness before they lay their hands on you.

EXCITING PROGRESSION: Be responsible for rebuilding and maintaining your guild's village. Meet new characters, choose your traps, your weapons and keep track of your discoveries and unlocked content.

HANDCRAFTED & PROCEDURAL GENERATION: Designed to make each new run a completely new experience. Each room is handcrafted to get the most out of the combat, but you'll never explore the same dungeon twice.

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Mana Spark - Gameplay Teaser

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Reviews

Nintendo Life

7 / 10
Nintendo Life

Mana Spark is a game that shines brightly in certain areas, enough to perhaps hide the shortcomings it has as well.

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Pure Nintendo

7 / 10.0
Pure Nintendo

Mana Spark's premise pays off and will turn into a time sink for anyone even remotely into the dungeon-crawling genre. Despite the addictive nature of this simply presented game, the loading screens will make you shout expletives out loud: especially when progressing, or worse, dying.

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Nindie Spotlight

7.5 / 10.0
Justin Nation

Despite my complaints I was surprised at how much the loop of Mana Spark got me hooked. There's some smart tactical combat here that's challenging in a different sort of way, the need to make use of the environment and your secondary item to lure enemies around as a method to kill them is fun and a bit different. While it is lacking in polish and won't appeal to people looking for more twitchy shooter-style fun Mana Spark does manage to carve out a place for itself as a solid alternative for people looking for a roguelike with a slower pace and some smart gameplay.

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