Chibig; Big in Japan

Chibig is a creative Valencian studio focused in the design of children digital games, and their game Ankora is creating quite a stir in Japan.

An agreement with the Japanese firm CoolFactory has made possible this landing in the country of the rising sun of a project led from Valencia by Abraham Cózar, Miriam Barea and Paco Mitos,

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.

The only way to ask for ransom is to bring together the transmitter parts lost on spaceship landing which are scattered around various remote locations on the planet. With all the pieces, she will be able to build the antenna and send the distress signal.

Life on planet Ankora is not easy, to survive Mûn must overcome hunger and thirst, looking for food and water, cooking her own provisions and struggling against the elements: rain, north freezing cold and hot summers in the desert, long nights full of dangers …

But soon she will have unexpected help: the ANKs. The ANKs are a primitive race living in harmony on Ankora since ancient times. They are kind-hearted and are divided into tribes engaged in different occupations: farmers, fishermen, merchants, craftsmen, hunters and sages.


Mûn has a lot to learn from the ANKs, who will willingly help her to share their culture: teaching her to make tools, buildings and structures, objects of jewellery, all kinds of dishes, recipes and even magic potions. In return, Mûn will also provide her assistance through countless missions, specializing in each job and becoming a genuine ANK.


Ankora has large dimensions, it is divided into 144 quadrants, Mûn has great exploration workto do 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.


Ankora is the second game of the Deiland saga. If you enjoyed the adventure of Prince Arco in tiny planet Deiland, you’ll surely love this new experience of exploration and survival.


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