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Sword of Mana

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Sword of Mana
新約 聖剣伝説
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Developer(s): Square Enix, Brownie Brown
Publisher(s): Square Enix (Japan)
Nintendo (North America, Europe)
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Category: Action role-playing
Release dates
N. America: December 1, 2003
Japan: August 29, 2003
Europe: March 18, 2004

Sword of Mana is a game for Game Boy Advance.


Sword of Mana is a remake of Final Fantasy Adventure (also known as Shin'yaku: Seiken Densetsu in Japan, and Mystic Quest in Europe), with a few changes. The plot involves the death of the heroes' parents, and an adventure in which they explore the nature of the Dark Lord, the Vandole Empire and Mana; a source of magic powered by the Mana Tree.