What a thrill it would be to witness such events. Seeing the character level up, whether in a novel or a manga, definitely adds to the excitement.
So, if you’re looking for a manga/manhwa with a game system, you’ll find plenty of options. So let’s get started.
Manga/Manhwa with Game System!
25. Latna Saga: Survival of a Sword King
Ryu-Han Bin had recently completed his mandatory military service. Unfortunately, he is transported to a world where he can only survive by killing monsters.
Although it appears to be a typical isekai story, it is much more. It has nice RPG elements to keep you going, and it’s a very different manga than the others you’ve read so far.
24. Hardcore Leveling Warrior
Gong Won-Ho is a legendary player in Lucid Adventure, but he lost all stats and levels due to Zero’s schemes. He must now start from the beginning at level 1.
Hardcore Leveling Warrior explains the concept of levelling in such a way that you never lose interest. The action scenes are also quite impressive.
23. Log Horizon
Thirty thousand Japanese players are summoned into a world similar to the game “Elder Tale,” where they face monsters and harsh conditions.
Log Horizon has an intellectual main character who is quite powerful in his own right. If you’re looking for a manga with a game system, give this one a shot.
22. FFF Class Trashero
Hansoo Kang is summoned to the world of Fantasia and must endure ten difficult years. He still can’t seem to return to his own world after finally defeating the Lord of Demons.
Consider reading this if you’re looking for a hilarious manhwa with a game system and an overpowered main character.
21. Tomb Raider King
Jooheon Suh is a tomb explorer who collects relics from tombs all over the world. He finds himself 15 years in the past as he is about to die. How will he put his future knowledge to use?
Some may argue that this book is overrated, but I think it’s a good read. So, if you’re looking for a manhwa with a game system, this one is worth a look.
20. The Skeleton Soldier Failed to Defend the Dungeon
Skeleton Soldier tries to protect its master Lady Succubus but fails when both of them are killed by a group of warriors. To its surprise, he travels back in time 20 years.
There are a few plot holes from the start, and the story covers a wide range of characters to keep the audience engaged until the end.
19. Bug Player
Shin Tae-Pong dies after pulling all-nighters while playing a game, and he wakes up in a world that resembles the game he was playing. Wait, he’s playing an obese character with no unusual cheats?
If you want a manhwa with a game system and an interesting main character that won’t bore you until the end, read this one right away.
18. Dungeon Reset
Jung Daeun is summoned into a dungeon and gains a fantastic cheat after a glitched reset. The dungeon resets indefinitely for him, allowing him to level up indefinitely.
Dungeon Reset has some fun crafting elements, great humour, and a fun game system. Try it out if you’re looking for a manhwa with a levelling system.
17. The Player That Can’t Level Up
Kim GiGyu awoke at the age of 18, and despite killing countless monsters for five years, he is still only level one. Why can’t he level up like everyone else?
This manhwa is fantastic and takes a unique approach to the genre. The plot, artwork, and characters are also fantastic.
16. Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest
Hajime Nagumo and his friends are transported to another world to become saviours. However, he is assigned the weakest class, “Synergist.” How will he get by?
Arifureta provides an excellent example of a well-crafted isekai story. Even though it gets a little off track in some chapters, it’s still a good read.
15. Leveling Up, by Only Eating
The Mc has a rare condition called “Bulimic Deficiency.” However, he discovers the game “Athens,” in which he can eat as much as he wants while also levelling up his skills.
It is a type of manhwa in which the player chooses a stupid profession but ends up with an overpowered one. As a result, you’ll have fun with a unique approach.
14. I am the Sorcerer King
Lee SungHoon, a weak hunter, serves as bait for monsters and assists hunters in hunting them down. In an incident, he recalls his past self as the Sorceror King.
If you enjoy manhwa with a game system, monsters, and dungeons, I am the Sorceror King is a must-read. The main character is fantastic, and the world-building is fantastic.
13. Murim Login
Jin Tae-Kyung is a low-rank hunter in a world where monster hunters thrive. He discovers a VR capsule one day, which changes his fate.
This one will give you solo levelling and cultivation manhua vibes. It is a well-planned story with no plot holes that will leave you disappointed.
12. A Returner’s Magic Should Be Special
Desir Arman, along with the other five human survivors, attempts but fails to complete the final level of the labyrinth. Arman finds himself 13 years in the past, just as the world is about to end.
This is a time travel manhwa with a lot of magic concepts, and the game system is quite different. Overall, it will be an excellent read for you.
11. The New Gate
When players are struggling, Shin defeats the game’s final boss by putting their lives in danger. However, he is summoned to another world and transported 500 years into the future. How will he adjust to this new environment?
The main character in this manga is ridiculously powerful, and the supporting characters are fantastic (at least bot the leads). It is a must-read if you enjoy the isekai concept with game cheats.
10. The Gamer
Jee- Han enjoys gaming and is surprised to see stats and levels appear on people’s heads out of nowhere. But he soon realises how dangerous things will be from now on.
The Gamer has a fantastic game system that provides him with interesting quests. The abilities are introduced thoroughly. This is a must-read if you enjoy manhwa with a game system.
9. Re: Monster
Kanata dies young and is reborn as a lowly goblin in a fantasy world. He embarks on another world journey with his ability, which allows him to gain the powers of the creatures he consumes.
Re: Monster is a one-of-a-kind and epic isekai manga with incredible world-building. The main character is fantastic, and you’ll grow to love him more with each chapter.
8. So I’m a Spider, So What?
What happens when a regular high school girl is reborn in a magical world? But wait, you’re a spider? In the first place, how will she survive?
This one is unique in that it features a female protagonist. The main character is endearing, and the story is without a doubt one of the best I’ve read. You’ll enjoy it.
7. Legendary Moonlight Sculptor
To earn money, Hyun Lee participates in the virtual reality game Royal Road. But he is only a sculptor with a meagre income. As a result, he is determined to create a flawless avatar to make it possible.
I love how this manhwa takes the story to a whole new level despite the fact that it begins normally. Quests and skills are extraordinary, adding to the excitement.
6. Tales of Demons and Gods
Through an encounter with a space-time warp, Nie Li is transported back in time to the age of thirteen. Can he now protect his loved ones?
If you’re okay with reading manhua with a game system but in an unexpected way, then go ahead and read this. It represents levels in terms of stars, but the vibes are the same.
5. SSS Class Suicide Hunter
Kim Gong-ja is a poor hunter who has always wished to improve his skills. The tower, which contains all abilities, grants him an S-rank skill, but the only way to use it is to die.
To be honest, I’ve never read a more exciting and humorous manhwa in this genre. Despite the fact that there are only a few chapters, you will be thoroughly entertained.
Momonga stays until the last second before the most famous virtual reality MMO game, but instead of forcing himself to log out, he becomes trapped in the game.
Overlord has one of the most powerful MCs in isekai history, and the concept of levelling up is quite amusing in this manga. If you haven’t already read it, now is the time.
3. Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint
Kim Dokja adored the book ‘Three Ways to Survive the Apocalypse,’ and the world will never be the same again. He is now the only one who knows what will happen next.
The world-building in Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint is the best I’ve seen in any story I’ve read. The RPG elements are used effectively, and this is the ideal novel for those who enjoy reading about complex characters.
2. Second Life Ranker
Yeonwoo discovers the truth about his brother’s death and sets out on a quest to avenge his brother and reach the top of the tower using the pocket watch he left behind.
Second Life Ranker is an underappreciated masterpiece. There are literally no flaws in it, and before you know it, you’ll be out of chapters.
1. Solo Leveling
Jin-woo, an E-rank Hunter, used to live a bad life until an incident occurred one day in a dual dungeon. Suddenly, he receives a system that will assist him in becoming stronger.
Solo Leveling is the audience’s most popular and literally number one choice. It’s perfect in every way, and the main character, Jin-woo, is quite powerful and badass.
The abilities, levelling up themes, and world-building are among the best available. So, if you want a manhwa with a game system, this should be your first choice.
So that brings us to the end of our list. There are a total of 25 titles, and each one is worth reading, in my opinion.
You may have already read a few of them, and there are many more that you haven’t read yet. So go through them and you’ll have a great time.
What are your thoughts on the list? Is there another manhwa that deserves to be included? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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