Mana Spark Review
Posted: 14 months ago, last updated 5 months ago.
It's a game you must persevere at because you are supposed to die and learn. It has an additional novelty of an analogue aiming system using one of the joysticks as well as granting each enemy a unique set of skills, behaviours and collaborations. You need to learn their patterns and discover weaknesses.
Each time you die you end up back at the camp and can slowly rebuild and maintain the village. Meet new characters, choose your traps, your weapons and keep track of your discoveries and unlocked content.
The game is 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.
Our Mana Spark Accessibility Report details 16 accessibility features:
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