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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.

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KolterKolter

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Pointless and unoriginal game.
The visuals fit the visual style of MMORPGs including miniature characters and anime-style character sprites. The only difference is that it's a side-scroller instead of a top-down MMORPG, which isn't really that much of a distinction. MapleStory is a side-scrolling MMORPG, which did better justice to the genre. This game is more like an interactive click-a-thon thingy other than a game.
This game features the standard levelling up and performing quests, though it totally misses the point of quests. A good quest is one where the player finds things for themselves. In this game there is no challenge since you can auto-path every single quest.
Additionally no quest is actually all that interesting, you're basically running around, talking to people, killing things, getting objects and levelling up really quickly with no effort whatsoever. Yep, you don't even have to think, all you have to do is click. In fact, you don't even have to read any text. Auto-path everything and level up straight away. So why even "play" the game at all when it's just like watching someone else play it? You'd probably have more fun watching an entertaining gamer play it.
Enter stage wherever things you have to pay for. Yep, this MMORPG has everything a standard MMORPG should have, it seems. If you're addicted enough to this game you can fish out money to feed your addiction. I don't know how you can possibly get addicted to such a mindless interactive screen but I'm sure it happens. Yep, profit from addicted people. Wonderful! "Completely free to play", yes, but obviously not all of it.
Now, let's look at the game description shall we?
"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."
Nice pitch but I'm not buying. This game does not combine "the best elements of other popular MMORPGs and classic 2D platform games" it actually has the worst elements i.e. mindless level grinding, having to pay for some things, unremarkable enemies, never-ending gameplay (which by the way is very boring), unchallenging quests, and so on and so forth. Furthermore it does not have "simple, but impressive gameplay". Refer to my point above. Sure it's simple, but it's hardly impressive.
There is no redeeming quality to this game. There might be something cool later on but I really don't want to waste endless hours on this thing. So half a star for the potential of something cool happening. Other than that this game is nothing but a waste of time.


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HonorassassinHonorassassin

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Lunaria story? More like Click where the game tells you and watch your character earn levels faster than a black man can say Dont waste your time with this so called game.



PYLOMANPYLOMAN

Rated 4 / 5 stars

game is boring buuut it is very very VERY addicting.trust me ive played hundreds of addicting games and this is definitly another one.i give it four stars for addiction.



plotzplotz

Rated 0 / 5 stars

so freaken lame :/



rsnthrohnrsnthrohn

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Easy way to pass time but still feel a sense of achievement. That's what games do, right? Anyways, enjoy the high levels of self-delusion because we all need to get back to work and school once our play time's over. Not bad a game.