This is basically Kanata no Astra but with actual character development, a more accurate world setting and has a more intriguing plot to follow where the characters need to face real problems in order to get back to civilization. In Kanata no Astra this is made too easy, they're literally just traveling in a straight line; I'm enjoying the show for what it is, but Uninhabited Planet Survive is a deeper well-crafted story when it comes to this genre of anime.
- Group of kids/teenagers stranded
- Have to figure out a plan in order to survive
- Both start off on a class trip
- Both have a mix of characters who all have to pool their abilities together in order to survive , as well as trope characters (smart, rich, mean, emo, go-lucky one, etc.)
- Both rely on Sci-Fi elements of different planets and creatures
- Both have an overarching mystery tied to their survival
Both are aimed at kids (but will please older audience), have about the same length and have a nice girl with strong leadership that must face several hardships. Even though the settings and stories are very different, the anime will give you a similar warm feeling.
Episodes are simple but heart-warming. Both shows are probably directed for children but are nice to watch even if you are older. Simple themes like friendship and love are mixed with darker tones like betrayal, mistakes that have large consequences, hurting others and getting hurt. Every episode teaches or reminds us of something important in life. Overall very different shows give off very similar vibe and are both enjoyable to watch.
Both anime talk about the eventual decline of humanity and what people have do to survive after the destruction of the planet (Earth or otherwise).
Also, both are somewhat carefree at times.
Really good characters too!
I enjoyed both series a lot!
Both animes are based in space and have as main focus a group of children trying to survive and make it back home. Main difference is that Wakusei Survive focuses more on the survive aspect, whereas Ginga focuses more on the space travel/fighting.
Both have really good character development and a couple of unique features that will be noticed as the story progresses that seem similar.
Both shows display humans in a good way: our wits, inventiveness, knowledge. Both Kaban-chan and kids from Survive cleverly solve similiar problems - sometimes about ropes and logs, sometimes about relationships, sometimes even technologies. Watching it can make you proud of humanity.
Both animes feature survival: very mild in Kemono Friends, more harsh in MWS.
Both show the value of friendship and cooperation.
Both animes are a bit more childish than your average one, but have hidden depths. In both heroes have to investigate the unknown world, ancient artifacts and leftovers of the civilization. One can even draw thin, but interesting parallels between Sandstar in KF and nanomachine dust in MWS.
That being said, KF is more of slice-of-life, while MWS has more survival. In KF we have one human in friendly settings, while in MWS - several humans in hostile environment. read more
Both shows centers around group of kids stranded on a uninhabited/obscure place and have to fight against their nature and uncover its secrets. Also features similar strong female lead and without spoiling much both shows does shares many similar developments.
They both deal with a group of people that have to survive
On a Terra forming planet
Both have a sci-fi aspect
Really recommend this unlike 7seeds that anime is just bad
Mujin wakusei survive is how a survival anime should be
Optimistic far-future adventures that star surprisingly good-natured, competent teens who face myriad tribulations in outer space. They both blend comedy and drama with very little fanservice or stock anime tropes. Both shows have mixed gender casts with female leads. Both feature a protagonist and supporting character with something of a teenage girl Kirk & Spock dynamic - a charismatic, courageous leader and a level-headed, logical second-in-command. Neither show has much romance. Pirates comprises several distinct arcs that mostly involve spaceflight, while Survive follows a continuous narrative about survival on a hostile planet.
When I first watchied Mujin Wakusei Survive, I definitely felt an essence similar to Digimon. Both feature kids stranded in different realms than their own, surviving on their own means, while they bond and have different relationships, whether they be positive or negativa.
Now, I am comparing it with Digimon Frontier rather than Digimon Adventure because I think the similarities can be seen more on the former. I think the ages of the cast in this installment of Digimon are closer to the ones on Survive.
Digimon Frontier may essentially be a kids anime, but don't underestimate it, it can get very emotional. Granted, Mujin Wakusei Survive is aimed at a more mature audience, but I believe people who enjoyed one of these two can enjoy the other. read more
Each has groups of dissimilar children who are brought together by fate/chance into an unfamilair world. Both are adventure tales that concentrate highly on drama. Both are children's shows which are good enough to appeal to a general audience.
Both feature children stranded on islands, surviving on their own (shaky) merits and aided by strange creatures. Although Survive is more mature and realistic than Digimon 01, both have the same strong friendship themes and slow character development. On the other hand, Survive lacks battles and power-ups, so if your interest from the Digimon side is in that (or, coming from the Survive side, you can't stand that), avoid. Otherwise these two are really two titles that just fit.
Both animes gives a same feeling as they both contain hope, surviving and luck etc. There are also similar events in the plot. I think you will like them both, however Planet Survive have cartoon style of graphics and more of the sci-fi genre which can may make it less good.
Both stories feature a basic "lord of the flies" story of a group of kids finding themselves stranded without adults and needing to find a way to survive their situation and eachother. Ryvius took place on a space ship with a large cast of children trying to survive military attacks over a huge misunderstanding. Uninhaited Planet focuses on a much smaller group of kids that crashed on a wild planet after the ship they were taking their field trip on blows up. It follows their trials and tribulations as they encounter wild monsters, pirates, alien organisms, unexplained phenomena, and even their clashing personalites.  read more