Over on Kickstarter, Chibig is back again with their newest title. If you don’t remember, Chibig have had a couple successful Kickstarters, notably Summer in Mara, which released on the Nintendo Switch last year. Now, Chibig is pushing their next campaign, and it is for Ankora: Lost Days.
The title has only recently launched on Kickstarter, but it has already seen grand attention and surpassed its initial goal, which means Ankora: Lost Days will be landing on the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One & Series X/S, PS4 & PS5, and Steam sometime mid-2022.
Check out the trailer:
About Ankora: Lost Days
Discover the planet of Ankora in a single-player survival adventure with exploration and crafting. A tale about growing up, relying on others to overcome challenges and connect with nature.
Ankora: Lost Days will have a physical edition only for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation, which will also include Deiland: Pocket Planet. You’ll get both games in the same cartridge and disc. This is a special edition, with a unique cover for the backers of the game.
Ankora is a huge place, that’s for sure! Help me explore this planet, full of secrets and unique characters. I will have to build my own tools and terraform the place in order to get to new lands. A huge adventure for a huge place!
Mûn has a big quest in order to explore and unveil every corner on this wild planet, where nature has grown at wild. Mûn must learn to overcome obstacles: rivers, lakes and waterfalls, huge rocks that block the way, mountains, level jumps … And many monsters. She will soon learn to make her own paths, because Ankora is a unique and changing planet.
Use the hammer to build structures, the shovel to dig and modify the terrain and other tools to collect resources from the planet. Use the bow and the spike to survive the biomes and dangers on Ankora in this cute survival game.
There are 6 different biomes in Ankora: forest, desert, meadow, snow mountains, etc. and more than 100 map levels to explore with amazing locations and many hidden secret places.
The game is inspired by the exploration in Zelda: Link’s Awakening and the aesthetics of movies like Where the Wild Things Are or Studio Ghibli’s films like Nausicaa.
Check out the full details here at their Kickstarter page and consider backing if you are interested.
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