Review The Mana World
Are you one of those gamers who still miss the games that shone in the days of the NES and Sega?
Fortunately, you will see that in recent times, many entertainment options have become available for computers. The Mana Word is one of them, a free action and role-playing game that we want to present to you today so that you can learn all the details about its proposal.
The truth is that although we know perfectly well that most of those old titles in just two dimensions would be obsolete compared to what developers can offer us today, they kept their charm in many cases. And beyond punctual graphics or game mechanics failures, you have to know that some, like The Mana World, try to convince users to enjoy them still.
For most of those who have played Zelda back in the day, this title might have some elements reminiscent of that installment, considering it is about the Mana world, in which we will have to transform our character into a hero. This installment has multiplayer elements that we can also enjoy online, putting us in front of a fully interactive world to explore to the fullest.
In The Mana Word, you can develop all kinds of skills and defense systems, such as creating alliances with other players to avoid attacks when you are still weak or fighting if you consider it necessary to get all kinds of gains and more experience so that you can advance in the achievement of achievements.
In summary, the truth is that The Mana Word is a trip to the past, a trip to those times when games had to entertain us with a solid storyline and a considerable amount of options within an open world. If you expect boasts from the aesthetic point of view, you have to know that this game is not for you, and in that case, you better take your PS4 or Xbox and entertain yourself with them.
The first thing you have to do when you open The Mana Word is to choose a server, and once you've done that, you'll see that this will determine the type of game you'll be able to take forward, as many things will change from this point on. You will find that according to the server, the characters and worlds are one way or another, without losing sight of the fact that the game system is maintained so that you won't waste time on it.
You will have to create your character or several characters of The Mana Word, considering from the beginning both their clothing and their appearance, and you should take your time because they will accompany you from then on. When you start going through the worlds, you will see that you can interact with many objects and characters, asking for help or using their characteristics to your advantage.
It won't be long before you face the first monsters or creatures in The Mana Word, which will become the initial enemies you have to defeat to gain some experience and take advantage of your battles. In the same way, this will allow you to get different objects and even magic to become a much more powerful warrior than at the beginning.
Then we have already highlighted it before in a general way, but it is worth pointing it out again; you have to know that The Mana Word has been fully developed in a two-dimensional environment, so you can't expect to move in depth. The freedom within each world is absolute, which somehow multiplies the fun or options to take advantage of our movements.
One last detail to consider regarding The Mana Word, which you will come across before starting the game, is that you need to be registered to connect to one of the servers, as you will see in the images accompanying this review. Registering doesn't take more than a minute and costs absolutely nothing, although you're left wanting to start playing immediately, and you have to wait a bit.
And on the other hand, the developers of The Mana Word have a rigorous in-game banning system, warning us almost from the first moment what we risk in case of violating some of the game's regulations. This is not a very serious matter, but you should read these issues in detail to avoid unpleasant surprises in the future, such as a possible ban on your account.
Anyway, and in summary, we can say that if you want to try your luck again with those historic two-dimensional games that marked the times of dominance of both NES and Sega, The Mana Word is one of the best alternatives in its field.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is The Mana World downloadable for Windows 7?
- Yes, this software can be downloaded and is compatible with Windows 7.
- What operating systems is it compatible with?
- This software is compatible with the following 32-bit Windows operating systems:
Windows 7, Windows Me, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 98.
Here you can download the 32-bit version of The Mana World.
- Is it compatible with 64-bit operating systems?
- Yes, although there is no special 64-bit version, so you can download the 32-bit version and run it on 64-bit Windows operating systems.
- What files do I need to download to install this software on my Windows PC?
- To install The Mana World on your PC, you have to download the tmw-0.6.0-win32.exe file to your Windows and install it.
- Is The Mana World free?
- Yes, this program is free so you will be able to use it without any limitations, and without additional cost.
Also, this software is open source, which means that you will be able to download the source code of the program, and if you are knowledgeable enough, you will be able to see how the software works internally and modify its functionality.
- Are there alternatives and programs similar to The Mana World?
- Yes, here you can see similar programs and alternatives.
- The Mana World home
- Operating Systems
- Windows 7
- Windows Me
- Windows 2003
- Windows Vista
- Windows XP
- Windows NT
- Windows 2000
- Windows 98
- Open Source