CHKN is a sandbox survival game where life itself is your strongest tool. Bring creatures to life by assembling them from lifeblocks, each packed with its own unique personalities and abilities. Work together to survive on a tropical island full of adventure and danger by gathering resources, crafting items and building homesteads. With multiple modes, there is an abomination for everyone!
You have the power to bring creatures to life by slapping blocks together, in whatever shape, size, or combination you want. These blocks of intelligent life give your creature unique personalities based on the combinations you make. No two creatures are alike…unless you make them alike. In which case, an egg will pop out of one of them. Even if it’s a cat. Because SCIENCE.
Creatures have all the feels and they’re not afraid to express them. Sad eyebrows? Your creature might be lonely. Happy smiles and farts? Your creature loves you for feeding them hamburgers. If a creature is snarling and running at you, then it’s probably too late – you’re dead.
Creatures will work better than tools at collecting resources and protecting your homestead. They’re better at fighting and cutting down trees than you are, so you’ll definitely want them on your side.
Build All The Things!
Build a house! Build a farm! Build a three-headed, five-footed, llama-rantula-pus! With your creatures’ help, break apart your surroundings to craft tools and structures. Craft beds made of chicken parts and farm the land in order to survive and thrive.
Get plopped into a world with nothing and scavenge, craft, and build your way through Adventure Mode. Creative Mode gives you endless freedom to create whatever you want using a library of over 150 structure and life-blocks!
You try and sleep after bringing to life a 5-headed, carnivorous plant monster with horse legs and a cat tail that clucks and shoots ink!
“This game is pure art. I love it…I had so much fun checking it out.”PewDiePie
“This is a really cool, still in development, sandbox game…super fun.”DanTDM
“I actually really like the idea…A world populated by tame-able creatures. I have mortal human instincts and a deep-seated fear of the unknown, especially when the unknown looks like somebody took The Known, ate it, and vomited up the parts.”Nathan Grayson, Kotaku
“What if you could force evolution with your own hands? You’d probably becomes something people would call an artist and a monster. Luckily, Katapult released CHKN to Early Access so that we can all find out.”Jarrett Green, Curse Gamepedia