N'CHI is a sci-fi world-building simulator and micronation generator that explores new civilizations through the analysis and collection of their respective artifacts.

N'CHI is a sci-fi world-building simulator and micronation generator.

N'CHI chronicles the longheld interaction of several hominid species on a newly discovered exoplanet called SDAAV91QMi, shortened to Sdaav, pronounced stahv. through the cultivation of interplanetary Natural and Cultural History Museums filled with artifacts from these populations, their cultures and environments.

N'CHI Users will take up avatars at varying levels of Organization - Self, Group / Tribe / Clan, CityState, Nation - and respond to a continuum of challenges thrown at them by their hostile new world reported in news feeds and interactive maps, and fight for their nation's survival through the capture of various forms of energy and the strategic macromanagement of national resources.

Mobile Art and Cosplay Fair

The in-app action and gameplay of N’CHI will lead up to a mobile and ongoing pop-up art fair called N’CHI Immersive, a live action role play interactions and meet-ups in artspace

N’CHI Immersive is where players can bring their avatars and nations to life through the poetic display of their artifacts and cultural capital in curated and scheduled art installations, exhibitions, and rituals.

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

New In This Version:

º Interactive Maps Where Users can Click through Current News Items

º Easier-to-Navigate Members (aka Analysands), Activity and Groups Spaces

º Forms for Players to Invite Other Players

º Dashboard, Acting as a Control Panel to Allow Players to Adjust Settings of Their Countries Throughout Gameplay - Change Form of Government or
Ideological and Behavioral Settings, Draft a Constitution, Set the Aesthetic Tone of Your Future Artifacts and Rituals

º A Sharp New Backend Points Management System

º Updated Gameplay Documentation

º Inaugural Launch of Our RADIO Space

º ARTIST Space for Creative Users to Sign Up to 1) Sell Work in Our Store, 2) Offer Their Commissioned Services to Participants with a Basic
Artist’s Fee, Where Artists Would Be Representing Players in Live Events Through Specially Designed Artifacts

º CURATORS Space Where Curators Can Propose Exhbitions, Installations or Performances Either Relating to Gameplay - Exploring New Fictitious
Cultures - or Relating to the N’CHI.Core Realworld Themes

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

CeddySpaghetti ,

Makes no sense

When I first stumbled apon this in the deep depths of the App Store, I had no clue what it is. Having spent 30 minutes on it, my views haven’t changed. To my observation, it is some sort of multiplayer game where you get to establish city-states and nations on an alien planet. Not that I ever got to figure it out because it kept crashing and glitching out (primarily not being able to type in my username) Although very intriguing, I don’t understand anything about this app.

Developer Response ,

Hi CeddySpaghetti, firstly, thank you for taking the time to look through the app - holding your attention for 30 mins is a small victory at this early stage and I hope the app wasn't too much of a waste of time. I agree, this app makes no sense as it is lol The app's technically in "stealth mode" (but hiding in plain site) while it's being worked on.

The login/glitch issues you mention have been addressed and it should be better now. Thank you for your feedback on that. A better UI/UX and fuller explanation of the experience/gameplay is being worked on currently, and additionally, some of the gameplay has been decidedly held back until the app is officially announced and (hopefully) populated later this year.

Please check back for a major updates around first half of November (next month), until then you can restart the app twice to get the latest version where those login issues should be handled. The backend shows that your registration information is on file so you can use those same credentials to get back in after restarting the app twice. After restarting twice, your home page should show a white planet in the newest version.

Thank you again for your feedback and intrigue. Please stay tuned!

App Privacy

The developer, Jacob Dwight, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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