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The fun and challenging action-RPG 'Mana Spark' can now be found on GOG

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While it's had Linux support for a few months and has been available on other stores, today GOG have added the action-RPG Mana Spark.

As covered here in GOL in our previous article, it's actually a pretty good game that's worth a look. Nothing new to say about it really, as it hasn't really seen any interesting updates since release. Still, it's nice to have more choice on where you can purchase it.

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Features:

  • Each enemy has its own set of skills, behaviors and collaborations. Learn their patterns and discover their weakness before they lay their hands on you.
  • Be responsible for rebuilding and maintaining your guild's village. Meet new characters, choose your traps, your weapons and keep track of your discoveries and unlocked content.
  • Designed to make each new run a completely new experience. Each room is handcrafted to get the most out of the combat, but you'll never explore the same dungeon twice.

So now you can find it on GOG as well as Humble Store and Steam.

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Pit 12 Jan, 2019
Maybe worth to note that it's in the current GOG weekend sale (-20%)
hardpenguin 12 Jan, 2019
Also on itch.io however it's just a Steam key sold by a third-party publisher.
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