Trials of Mana is a 1995 action role-playing video game by Square, developed by Square Enix.
PlayStation on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 released the trailer:
Trials of Mana - Fiegmund Boss Battle | PlayStation Underground.
Trials of Mana has similar gameplay to its predecessor, Secret of Mana. Like many other role-playing games of the 16-bit era, the game displays a top-down perspective, in which the three player characters navigate the terrain and fight off hostile creatures. Control may be passed between each of the characters at any time; the companions not currently selected are controlled by artificial intelligence. The game may be played simultaneously by two players, as opposed to the three of Secret of Mana. There are six possible player characters. At the beginning of the game, the player chooses which three of them will be playable and which one they will start with; the other two playable characters will join the party when met. The remaining three characters act as non-playable characters (NPCs) when encountered.
Each character can use one type of weapon, in addition to magical spells. The effectiveness of spells depends on the magical ability of the character and the element of the spell in relation to the enemy. When in battle mode, attacking monsters fills a gauge that allows the player to use character-specific special attacks. Upon collecting enough experience points in battle, each character can increase in level to gain improved character statistics such as strength and evasion. Options such as changing equipment, casting spells, or checking status are performed by cycling through the game's Ring Commands - a circular menu which hovers over the controlled party member. The game is paused whenever the Ring Command menu is activated. Within the Ring, the player has nine slots for storing items; additional items can be placed into item storage, which is inaccessible in combat.
Trials of Mana was scheduled to be released on June 1, 2017, on June 11, 2019 and on April 24, 2020 by Square.
It is a multiplayer, single-player and cooperative gameplay video game.
This video game is available for the following platforms: Super Famicom and Nintendo Switch.
The game Trials of Mana is rated with T rating.
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