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Echoes of Mana

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Echoes of Mana
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Developer Wright Flyer Studios (WFS)
Publisher Square Enix
Platforms iOS, Android
Release date iOS, Android:
Worldwide: April 27, 2022
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Media Digital download
Input Touch control

Echoes of Mana is a mobile game in the Mana series.

Announced during the series' 30th Anniversary streaming event in June 2021, the title is a gacha-centered MMO battle RPG featuring characters and settings from all current worlds in the Mana universe. It was released on both Android and iOS as of April 27, 2022.


“Worlds of patchwork are echoing to you.
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.”

Official website description

The player character awakens in the Sanctuary of Mana upon being summoned by the Mana Goddess. The once-hallowed ground is now virtually devoid of all life and memory; and yet again, the Mana Sword is nowhere to be seen. The lack of mana power means that the Goddess can only maintain her avatar in short bursts, and so she must send our hero to restore the world and retrieve the fabled blade from Echoes—memories of this and other worlds borne of the fruits of the Mana Tree. To complete this monumental task, the Goddess also sends the winged ram familiar Baashear as the hero's guide and companion.

The pair picks the ripening Beginniberry from the tree and is teleported to the hamlet of Pinzton, where they are met by a throng of strange creatures before help arrives in the form of a perky lance knight and a down-to-earth mage, both in training. Together, these four will team up with other heroes of worlds past and present in their search for the Mana Sword.



Echoes of Mana follows with gameplay of a typical mobile MMO. Players assume the role of protagonist Quilto/Quilta as they awaken in a lifeless world and must restore it from memories based on the worlds of the greater Mana series. The Mana Goddess sends our hero forth with a spirit named Baashear as their guide and companion, and together the pair will recruit other allies to aid them on their quest.

How to battle[edit]

Battles in the main story are fought in real time as groups of missions divided into fixed waves, wherein players will be graded on their performance in order to collect in-game rewards such as currency and raw materials. Each mission is to be completed as efficiently as possible. Players are given exactly five minutes to complete any mission. Both foes and allies can move and attack in any direction on a given field, and can deploy various Special Techniques (ST) and summon Mega Spirit Magic when the required conditions are met.

Events, etc.[edit]

Other play modes are also available. In addition to main story quests, players can also participate in seven permanent resource quests and a limited daily series of quests for hero EXP, Memory Gem materials, and Lucre. From time to time, designated player-vs-enemy co-op quests as well as side stories (Events) may become available, and are played in the same manner as regular story battles.

Acquiring party resources[edit]

As a gacha game, players may summon (Harvest) various heroes and Memory Gems of the series either one-by-one or as a bundle using both free and paid currency dubbed Spirit Crystals, with paid currency applied first. Ticket draws are also available, though no method yet exists for obtaining draw tickets regularly.

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