Lunar: Walking School (a.k.a. "Lunar: Strolling School" or "Lunar: Samposuru Gakuen") first came out for the Sega Game Gear in 1995. It was later remade for the Saturn and named "Magical School Lunar" (a.k.a. "Lunar: Magic School") while undergoing huge improvements in plot, characters, animation, and gameplay. Out of all games and versions of Lunar, the one here is the most obscure.
Currently, this is the only full walkthrough of the Game Gear game around. Scroll down to navigate through the various sections of the walkthrough. The walkthrough itself is divided into:
This walkthrough was originally made in 1999, but after 7 years of not touching it, I finally came back and re-wrote the entire walkthrough from start-to-finish, correcting a lot of mistakes, and vastly improving the layout.
And I mean a lot of mistakes. For more information on the nature of the updates, and a list of other folks who helped make this possible, please see my Translation Notes & Special Thanks section. I hope the walkthrough is now straightforward and easy to follow. KF
Since the game is extremely rare, I offer it via emulation. The Lunar: Walking School ROM can be downloaded here (zipped up, so unzip it before playing). To play the game, you'll need to download a Game Gear emulator; I suggest Zophar's Domain for that (either Massage or Gens Plus).
If you wish to track down the cartridge itself (which is a great collectors' item and rather inexpensive), then I suggest checking eBay periodically, or Mad Gear, LLC.
Established: June 28th, 1999|
Updated: August 21st, 2006
|If you'd like to know more about the walkthrough, translation, and major changes in the last update, then please see the section below. Also, there are many people I'd like to thank for helping me in any way with this site, listed there as well.|
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Lunar: Walking School and all source material probably ©Game Arts / Studio Alex.
I'm also not picky about my material, so if you use information here and there then
that's fine, unless of course you take credit for it or copy-and-paste all my pages.