Secret of Mana for iPhone available now

Dec 21, 2010 - 4 Comments

secret of mana iphone

Secret of Mana has been released for the iPhone and iPod touch! Secret of Mana (or Seiken Densetsu 2 in Japan) is an epic action role playing game from the early 90’s that was a huge hit on the SNES, and now it’s available for a whole new generation to enjoy on the iOS platform. If you’re a fan of RPG’s, classic SNES games, or Square in general, Secret of Mana is a must have.

Secret of Mana on the App Store for $8.99

Check out some screenshots and the game trailer below:

The start screen will be familiar to long time fans:

secret of mana iphone start screen

Gameplay is basically the same, with the addition of touch controls and the exception of multiplayer (iOS Game Center support would have been great here)

secret of mana ios screenshot

As you can see the graphics are a bit sharper but otherwise look pretty much identical to the classic SNES version. Retro RPG action!

secret of mana iphone screenshot

Both Will and I played this game back when it was on the SNES, so we’re particularly excited about the iPhone release.

secret of mana iphone 1

secret of mana iphone 2

The Secret of Mana for iPhone trailer features the games original theme song which is sure to bring back some nostalgic memories for those who played the game in 1993 when it was released. Here it is:

Secret of Mana – iTunes App Store link

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Games, iPhone

4 Comments

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  1. Parakeet says:

    this game is amazing, now if only Nintendo would start releasing iOS games eh? heh, probably won’t happen though

  2. Daniel Suzuki says:

    OMFG.
    “Be seeing you!”

    Best game ever. No joke.

  3. jz says:

    well, there goes my GPA

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