Lunaria Story is a free-to-play 2D, side-scrolling, MMORPG that features simple, but impressive gameplay and delightful graphics. It incorporates several new mechanics as well as popular elements of other massively multiplayer online role-playing games. Players can fight cool monsters, go on thrilling quests and train pets which join them in battle.
Chaos has descended upon Lunaria. Tablets of Power, gifts from the gods to the people, have been stolen and corrupted. An evil energy has permeated the land. It’s up to you to unearth the evil forces behind what’s going on, and put a stop to them.
The game features three classes, each with unique skills and abilities. Swordsmen are built to slice and dice, and excel in close combat. Elementalists conjure magic, bringing devastating barrages from near or afar. Hunters use guns, bombs, and other weaponry to get the job done.
Lunaria Story also features a lot of automation allowing players to easily play the game while doing something else to help ease the grind aspect. There is lots of potential in Lunaria Story with the solid foundations it has already set and it will be exciting to be a part of it as it continues to develop.
The game has a number of popular features players should already be familiar with, as well as several new mechanics.Beyond character choice players have plenty of options to create their own unique character with equipment and even pets which grow with the player and gain their own stats and talents throughout the game. Players can even merge pets together to create stronger versions of them which is a nice touch. Unfortunately there is currently very limited visual changes available outside of the cash shop so everyone ends up looking the same on the outside.
In case you wish to control the character with your own hands for a change, the keyboard control in Lunaria Story resembles that of an early 2D side-scrolling game. Most of the in-game activities can be performed without the help of a mouse. The arrow keys are for controlling the character’s movements. Space is to jump. R is to talk to a NPC. Numeric keys are for releasing the skills. All of the hotkeys can be reset otherwise to adjust to your force of habit.
Despite how well-crafted it is, Lunaria Story comes across as a social game for kids. For starters, every bit of the game looks childish. All the in-game characters look like 10-year olds, and the enemies they will fight are either animals in costumes or puppet-like creatures. For crying out loud, there are even pacifiers for sale in the shop. Moreover, the game is more like a semi-finished product considering its deficiency in contents. The world map only consists of ten scenes, each of which is small enough to be toured around within seconds. As a massive multiplayer online game, it does not really have that much “space” to hold and keep a massive crowd of players.
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