Mûn the explorer of Interstellar Patrol Team 5, suffers a serious accident with her spaceship and has to make an emergency landing on the Planet Ankora. It is a very large planet, full of contrasts and dangerous monsters, but Mûn is a brave explorer with great survival skills and faces the adventure without any fear.
Ankora has large dimensions, it is divided into 144 quadrants, Mûn has great exploration work in this wild world, where nature has grown at will. Mûn must learn to overcome obstacles: rivers, lakes and waterfalls, huge rocks blocking the passage, mountains, level jumps… And many monsters. But nature will also provide the materials she needs to move forward and survive: wood, stone, metal and wild plants. Soon she learns to open her own ways, because Ankora is a changing and unique planet.
Although Mûn will begin the adventure with empty hands, the ANK tribe will accompany her sharing their secrets and showing her to make useful tools. The hammer to build structures, the shovel to dig or raise the terrain, the saw and the pickaxe to collect wood and stone, the hoe to cultivate and harvest … and the spear and the hunting bow to defend herself.
A key task to survive will be to make her own objects and manage the resources she finds on her adventure. Mûn can collect a lot of items in her backpack: different materials, survival tools, food and special items. These objects can be combined in many ways using the kitchen and the working table. As Mûn learns new recipes, her skills and her chances of survival will multiply.
Ankora is the second game of the Deiland saga. If you enjoyed the adventure of Prince Arco in tiny planet Deiland, you'll sure love this new experience of exploration and survival. You will find many mechanisms and a style similar to Deiland's, but also many new features enhancing and extending the gameplay in this universe. In developing Ankora, we have tried to cover many requests we receive from users and we expect it to be a fun and interesting title.
In addition, it is a completely offline game and does not require connection. To send your suggestions, comments or collaborations in the translation you can write to email@example.com