CELEBRATE ECHOES OF MANA HALF-YEAR ANNIVERSARY CAMPAIGN

CELEBRATE ECHOES OF MANA HALF-YEAR ANNIVERSARY
CAMPAIGN

There will also be a Half-Year Anniversary in-game giveaway, bingo missions, and special weekly missions for even more rewards! Players can receive even more Spirit Crystals, 4★ memory gems, and more!

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Players can also enjoy new 4★ allies in the Step Harvest and a new limited Scenario Event!

A 2D action classic RPG with layers of story and features!

You awaken, surrounded by nothingness except for a single tree.
The Mana Tree—the very source of all life,
and yet, it is set to soon disappear…

The last sanctuary in a place where all has already been lost.

Only the Mana Sword can save the Mana Tree and the worlds still weaved in its branches.
If only the sword were not lost as well…

Guided by the Mana Goddess, you must venture into patchwork worlds, meeting friends and foes both familiar and brand new as you piece together memories through the Echoes of Mana.

Quilto A young boy tasked with harvesting the fruits of the Mana Tree. After awakening in the sanctuary with no recollection of his past, Quilto is guided by the Mana Goddess as he journeys through the echoes of worlds that once were. He can be easily spotted by his wild hair, tied clumsily back with woven cloth. Quilta A young girl tasked with harvesting the fruits of the Mana Tree. After awakening in the sanctuary with no recollection of her past, Quilta is guided by the Mana Goddess as she journeys through the echoes of worlds that once were. She can be easily spotted by her pigtails, uniquely bound with woven cloth.
Team up for tougher enemies!
Co-op with up to 3 players!

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