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Jun 20, 2013 | 12:21 AM EDT

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Lunaria Story is a 2D, side-scrolling, massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). It combines the best elements of other popular MMORPGs and classic 2D platform games. Players can go on thrilling quests, fight cool monsters, and use the unique pet system, training and merging pets, resulting in interesting combinations and stat boosts. It features delightful graphics, and simple, but impressive gameplay. Lunaria Story is browser based, so it requires no download, and is completely free to play.

Reviews


DigBuildDigBuild

Rated 5 / 5 stars 3 days ago

This is like aura kingdom :O



EpocEpoc

Rated 0 / 5 stars 4 days ago

The damn game plays itself. It doesn't even need me lol!



eah136eah136

Rated 5 / 5 stars 5 days ago

look at ratings



iyeru42iyeru42

Rated 0 / 5 stars 5 days ago

Dear Random Players of Newgrounds that happen upon this "MMORPG,"

Please stop playing these games immediately, and attempt to zero-vote them every day of your life. The games here are exceptionally pay to win, and R2Games keeps releasing server after server, as if they don't care about the player-base being spread to thinly. If they were a publisher that actually thought about their player-base at all, they wouldn't have a pay-to-win mindset embedded into each of these MMORPGs. Not that these "MMOs" can really be considered MMOs due to the whole "Auto-path" and "Auto-kill" and AFK Farming systems implemented into these games. SURE, you have to appeal to the casuals, but like at other MMORPGs that aren't browser-based for ideas. For instance, you could look at Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. Sure, it's a pay to play MMORPG, but the elements of it cater a lot to the casual sides of things, like crafting... gathering, etc. If you want to develop MMORPGs that are good, you first have to look not only at others' designs, but the mistakes you have made with your own games. Take input from your community. Each post should be dealt with seriously, rather than brushing off a one-sentence suggestion post. Also, flash is going out the door soon, if not already. HTML5 is starting to become more prominent in that regard, due to its open-source abilities, and flexible license. Please take these things into consideration, because I know you don't even read these reviews in the first place, why would you? This isn't even your website. You take too much time being introverted, and only deal with your OWN website. Sure, you "Partner" with other publishers like Aeria Games. But, do you REALLY partner with them?

In closing,
- Don't play this game.
- Don't develop games like this.
- Look at other MMORPGs, especially ones not browser-based or use JAVA/Flash.
- R2Games is just as bad as Electronic Arts in this sense.



IshtiaqueIshtiaque

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars 1 month ago

This game is my first MMORPG and I am a big fan of it. I am in (S82) Red Spider's Keep and it really is a good game to play, good graphics and many missions. They didn't give much attention to the fights, you know, the enemies are just one slash and gone. I think because of this they didn't get good ratings.