Lunar Silver Star Story Touch

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About this game

Long ago, a great Dragonmaster named Dyne, with the aid of his faithful companions, defended the goddess Althena from a terrible evil. Time has passed, and those great adventurers have become the stuff of legend, but the world of Lunar is now threatened by a shadowy figure known as the Magic Emperor. In a humble village, far removed from the turmoil, lives a young man named Alex. Idolizing the legendary Dyne, Alex dreams of one day becoming a renowned Dragonmaster and matching the achievements of his lifelong hero. Encouraged by his childhood friend Ramus, Alex sets out with his companion Nall and his adopted sister Luna on a seemingly trivial quest, unaware that it would prove to be the first step in an epic adventure whose outcome will determine the fate of the entire world. Now available on Android, this critically-acclaimed version of the award-winning Japanese RPG "Lunar Silver Star Story" offers numerous improvements including:
- Nearly a full hour of animated cut scenes
- A remastered soundtrack with high quality music and voice tracks
- A completely updated interface designed specifically for mobile devices
- Higher resolution artwork and widescreen gameplay
- External controller support
- Variable speed in battle and difficulty controls
- And much more!
Updated on
Apr 18, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

124 reviews
Christopher Gallego
April 1, 2024
Seeing this here brought some tears to my eyes, as I never expected to see one of my absolute favorite games of all time ported to mobile. It's (almost) exactly as I remember playing it, all those years ago. The new voice acting is great, although a little surprising at first, due to script changes. Despite still getting used to the controls, evetything has been absolutely fantastic. I'm having a blast reliving my childhood. I hope we get Lunar 2: Eternal Blue someday ❤️
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Hakoshi Tenen (Tangertino)
February 4, 2024
I was disappointed to see the new voice acting - not because I played the ps1 version but because from the early stages at least, it's not nearly as enthusiastic as the original. Also Nall's much deeper voice, while understandable, was jarring from what I expected. The main gripe I have is the controls, although now you can save anytime. The tap to move really sucks I'll be frank but there is a workaround. If you play this, know that there is a joystick toggle if you use the 👇 icon.
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Andrew Bravo
February 5, 2024
Overall it's a really good port. The controls are wonky and a little difficult to get used to, but otherwise everything else runs well. My single biggest complaint as a long time fan of this game, is that they completely changed OST lyrics and heavily altered character dialogue, and not for the better. The voice acting is not great, and the new lyrics are even worse. I've legitimately had a hard time getting over those changes. Otherwise, it's still Lunar and I still love it.
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What's new

Minor Improvements to touch UI when targets are bunched up in battle.
Fixes a small memory leak that can occur over extended gameplay sessions.