Ankora: Lost Days system requirements
- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: Intel Celeron G1820 / AMD Athlon II X3 455
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 430/ AMD Radeon R5 240
- DirectX: Version 11
- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: Intel Core i5
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 / AMD Radeon HD 7850
- DirectX: Version 11
If you have played this game back when it was on mobile, I'll say that this version is an improvement in every way. I played with an Xbox 360 controller, and I found the controls to work just fine. There's more precise movement than going from square to square. The art style has greatly improved. The quests and story are still pretty much the same.
If you have not played this game when it was on mobile, I'll start by saying that this game is not for everyone. The negative reviews usually point out the amount of fetch quests there are, or the terraforming puzzles. I personally am not one for farming games, but I still really liked this game! Yes, there's farming, terraforming, and fetch quests in it, but there's also exploration, very light combat, crafting, building, and basic survival. No, it's not a very expansive game. it's a pretty simple journey but that's what I like about it. Simplicity. If you're looking to be immersed in a systemic world with loads of crafting recipes and a bestiary, this is not the game for you. If you're okay with a relaxing exploration adventure, then I totally recommend this.
I have played this game as the mobile version years ago and was excited to see the PC version come out - it did not disappoint.
I like the map concept, which sets it apart from other exploration games.
The game is not really challenging but nice for a chill afternoon.
Con: The price is pretty high - the mobile game was free as far as I remember and is not available anymore.
This is a cute game, however, I spent most of my time running around, back and forth trying to find mats for quests. I kept a journal to track quests and locations. I did like that after a while the developers ID's where the munchkins were located which helped. I did like to explore the map but did not desire to go over it again and again looking for items. It became tiresome after a while.
Really loved Deiland and Summer in Mara, spend days playing that games ,so obviously when i see Mun for the 3th game
i was sold ,i could not wait to get my hands on it ,but after a 1,5 hour of gameplay it was a big BIG disapointment
i hate the lands ,i hate the way to raise and lower the lands and Mun is not a nice person in here.
after waiting for it and playing it i feel insulted and really disapointed in the makers 2x it was amazing now 3th game
not even come close to the quality of the other games, time for a refund......
Well, first of all, for some weird reason I thought this was a farming game, even though nowhere it says so, so my bad XD I usually don't like exploration and puzzles but this game is growing on me. It's cute, well made and it has a map with coordinates and a portable teleporter (a teleportable?) available all the time to warp to certain warp zones. The graphics are colorful and the music it's ok, I've been able to understand what to do by myself for now, and that's a feat because I get lost on my own house. Also the price is perfect. Up until this point, recommended.
Impossible to play the game if you don't have a QWERTY keyboard... On AZERTY you can't use any skills because the key Q doesn't switch with A and this leave you stuck in the second panel of the game.... Nice !
And you just cant switch your key setting in this game becaaaaaaauseeee... no. Just no keyboard settings. in 2022. Okay.
I'm so disapointed because the Ankora on mobile is one of my favorite game and i was very excited for this one. But after 10min of play i have to face the facts.. i just can't play it.
Refund is requested, sadly.
Good game ported from mobile, which was ported good, probably best port from mobile to pc i've ever seen.
I feel they removed some of the more survival mechanics which i'm disappointed about (no hunger / water), but its still good game.
Unfortunately i cant recommend this game. Bunch of soulles fetch quests. Take this ! Go there!
The worst part is map design. Lets say you need to go to X area, closest way to go there is 3 down, 1 left; you can't do one of these moves. You have to move all the way around to go to that X area, which is just frustating. Half of the paths are just blocked.
This is one of the examples of how much work i had to do for making a "shortcut". -> https://prnt.sc/2pw0GK8wf_DA
There is a story but you need to do like 3 fetch quests to unlock 1 line.
Played this a lot when it was on tablet. Is better on PC especially if there is to be DLCs later on or a series of exploring different planets and maintaining your own trade and production empire (no need to command the patrol fleets though, that aint this sort of game). Anyways it is full of the loving Kawaii culture that has great reform in America's federal government these days (i hope, no more racist whites!) and at least seems to be very popular with the general public (but not the rough folk that I'm used to and trying to get away from). Truly, if you have never seen the Kawaii culture this game is a great starter to introduction. So do please buy it if your reading this.
A cute and relaxing little game. Perfect if you want a slow-paced, calming experience. There are survival elements and battles, but both are very easy.
It's animal crossing, with combat. I think anyone reviewing this negatively for all of the "running errands back and forth" were incorrectly marketed to. I can't put it down.
Played this game on mobile years ago and was super excited to see it coming to steam. Played it and it did not disappoint just like back then.
slight issues with spelling and grammar but overall, def recommend for a light exploration game. hoping for a new planet for Mun to visit
Short little adventure game, although a glorified fetch quest it still has some good qualities to it, from colorful art style to good OST. I recommend you grab it on a deep sale or use the bundle discount for it, since it's their weakest game so far, this is probably due to the fact it was originally a mobile game.