There are many video games that offer the opportunity to build villages and towns, houses, cottages and business buildings. So far, there has been no content to the contrary – reviving the nature destroyed by such settlements.
Terra Nil offers just that, and comes from a South African studio Free Lives. It’s about quiet play, but it has a beneficial effect on the toy. It all revolves around saving the world and returning greenery and clean rivers. In order to reach the goal, players must carefully use limited resources and “clean up after themselves”. So freely we can say that this is also educational game, which reminds of how endangered the planet is.
The only energy in this game is renewable energy, first of all wind power. If everything is done according to the instructions, the desert slowly turns into a green space, and everything works like a jigsaw puzzle. The construction tools are cleverly hidden, so they are unlocked as the game progresses. This makes it easier for the player to focus on the most important things, such as regulating the ambient temperature and sowing grass.
Terra Nil can to play as part of the Steam Next Fest ending June 22nd.
Source: PC Press by pcpress.rs.
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