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Reviews 6,391

  1. Doesn't even open before crashing
    Jim Johnson
    This game immediately stops upon trying to run it on my Nexus 7. So until I can actually play it, one star.
  2. Memories of the Past
    Ian Sandefur
    Game is still just as fun as it was in my teenage years. Just remember the controls take some getting used to. Getting this 55% off make this purchase all the more enjoyable.
  3. Secret of Mana
    Benjamin Coo.
    So far the game runs on Lollipop, though the digital controls are iffy as I try to evade monster attacks but find myself hit often. Despite that the rest of the UI is serviceable and works well enough.
  4. Amazing game as i remembered it
    Jim Thomas
    The game itself is amazing however the controls aren't. Need some different options since this was in fact a 9 dollar game. Controls can make or break considering it is a real time battle system
  5. This better be awesome.
    Melyssa Kennedy
    Drakerider not working and never going to work has soured my joy over this company but this was on sale and I have always loved Square Enix games, so...I'll update the review after I play more. You really need to start reading reviews. NO ONE BUY DRAKE RIDER!
  6. Good game; decent port
    Nathan Drozd
    The game is quite fun and still holds up. The port could be better, but the bonus is that it works on android TV. I play it on the nexus player for super fun times. Its not fully optimized for android TV yet, but props for making it available. The game can run slow or lag sometimes.
  7. GREAT GAME!...but...
    Joey Olive
    This game is still my Top 5 SNES games during the 16-bit era. This Application improved the graphics in so many ways! How ever, I have a few issues about it... the movement control is very lackluster, the screen size is meh on my phone, saving in the inn is okay, but can we have a sub menu for that to change the options and such?
  8. Memories!
    Remco Baart
    The first action rpg I played.. I still love the game but some of the gameplay could be Improved like how creatures can you spambash youre hit points down. Your allies AI sucks too.
  9. Controls poorly
    Jason Woitalla
    The game is not made for phones at all. Moving is very difficult even with the guided direction thing on. The analog stick is very small and you can't make it bigger. Also quick side note on my phone the menu would randomly open up a lot like every 5 minutes which got very annoying. However the game works much better on a tablet on a bigger screen. I also wish you could access saves from other devices that would be very convenient when I want to play the game and only my phone is around. Other than the poor controls the game is very good and very fun.
  10. Fun but really really disappointed
    Derek Elliott
    Good port, but who's idea was it to remove the great Easter Eggs and glitches? Can't get to Karon's ferry in Kakkara early? No Mana Sword upgrade glitch? Terrrrrrible idea. Come on Square!!!! If anything, *add* to the game; don't *subtract* from it.
  11. Good times
    Mark Bailey
    This game brings back fond memories in a slightly polished form. The gameplay and story is still great more than a decade on. Pros: polished graphics, good onscreen controls, wide screen. Cons: no multiplayer - this was one of the key things for the SNES game and part of why I enjoyed it so much playing with two friends. No cloud save (or achievements). Add in local/online multiplayer and I'd give it 5*s instantly. Add cloud saves as well because it just makes sense. Achievements would be nice bonus too.
  12. Good game, terrible customer service
    Jon Townsend
    Solid game, decent port and a good value on sale. Not a huge fan of the controls, but it's easy enough to get the hang of. My major complaint is the same on all my purchases form square. HORRIBLE customer service. I would have never bought another title from them had it not been I sale.
  13. Great game and port!
    Diego Rodríguez Álvarez
    I usually don't write reviews but I felt I needed to. You get a lot of games with 4.5 stars ratings which are quite boring or silly... And then the games with good story lines tend to be awful to play on a phone. With secret of mana you get an amazing action RPG (best for mobile as far as I'm concerned) which is a joy to play! On top of that, it is not ridiculously priced as other RPG ports! Definitely recommend it! Best purchase ever!
  14. Glitchy
    Dane Reid
    It was great and all until I got to a certain part. I can't heal with Udine for some reason. Whenever I try to heal all, it just heals the enemies. And when I try to heal one person nothing happens. Also I got a javelin orb and when I went to go check for the upgrade, it shows that I never got the orb. I don't know why this is happening. The controls are a bit glitchy as well. I might have to start from the beginning again :/
  15. Love the game but controls derpy
    RageDancinMatt Sudduth
    This is one of my all time favorite games, which is why I am so frazzled that there is a serious problem with one of the control mechanics in this port of a super Nintendo classic. On my Samsung galaxy s5 more than half the time I hold down the attack button to try to charge up my weapon it glitches out and doesn't charge. Worse still, while holding down if I move it instead swipes an attack, usually with under 100%, because I was trying to charge up after striking. This is truly sadly a game breaker.
  16. My favorite RPG on android!
    Andrew Pranger
    I'm very happy with this release. It's not just a port, it has better visuals and quite some new sprites fitting in just fine. Great controller support (playing on jxd7800 gaming tablet with hdmi on tv..beautiful!) and I love the four shortcuts you can make for items, weapons and magic. The game is a bit faster and harder too!
  17. (Mostly) Faithful Port
    The game is faithful to the original with a few exceptions. The most notable at first are the subtle graphics upgrades. The on screen controls take some getting used to, but become almost intuitive once you do and can be adjusted. The action menu is a bit more simplified as well. The downside is pretty much all the old exploits have been removed, such as getting the 9th sword orb, and getting into the moon palace early, but that can be overlooked. Overall, a highly enjoyable droid adaptation.
  18. I want a refund
    Robert Mayes
    I am using a NOOK HD+ and other Square Enix games run fine. Secret of Mana starts fine but as soon as I use the direction control the character runs off on his own in a random direction. If I pull up the "ring" thingy the items just keep circling. The game is unplayable and a waste of $9.99. Now, if someone could make a compatible version of the Dragon Warrior series, that would be cool.
  19. Adam Morton
    Fantastic game, would get 5 stars if Undine magic still worked! After playing for 7+ hours, suddenly I'm left without Cure Water. Total bummer.
  20. One of my favorite games of all time
    Michael Riveccio
    I love this game. This seems to be a pretty faithful port, so of course, I thoroughly enjoy it on Android. However, that's also the downside. I wish they increased the resolution a bit so that it looked nicer on HD displays. It doesn't look bad. Just a little blurry on a quad HD 10.1 inch display. Also, I wish they added achievements and cloud save. Since it's a direct port of the now several years old IOS version, I understand that achievements would be a little tricky to implement. However cloud saving really should be added in a future update (hopefully soon!). That said I still think this game is great, and the touch controls are much better than I expected. I hope Square continues to bring games from its old catalogue to Android.


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