Devolver Digital is releasing a new “reverse city builder” Terra Nile By Free Lives programmer.
The prototype is a game available in the indie store Itch.io, takes the opposite approach to the urban construction genre. Instead of building a city, Terra Nile rehabilitating a destroyed envirolovebylifent, cleaning yourself up during the construction of buildings and infrastructure.
Below is the trailer:
According to Bug ‘ According to the description, players start from scratch in a procedurally created envirolovebylifent and have to adjust the water system before clearing the soil and then “grow pioneer greens”.
From here, players will have to perform even greater tasks: “restore biodiversity, correct the climate, introduce wildlife, and finally recycle all the structures that have arrived there, keeping the envirolovebylifent clean.”
Developer Free Lives is famous for its eclectic library, including 80s action hero pastiche platformer, Broforce, multiplayer games. Sexual intercourse and Gorn, as well as cheek cricket “simulation” Cricket for centuries.
Devolver recently confirmed its presence at Digital E3 with a tweet that “The future begins again on June 12,” with a photo of the show’s longtime host Nina Struters (actress Mahria Zook) attached.
Eagle-eyed fans have already noticed that the background mocks the appearance of the board Miami 3 hotline, although Devolver is known to play with expectations.
Other indie news saw the popular survival game Muck! Released by YouTuber Dani.
In response to Dani’s criticism of another survival game, the commentator turned it around and bet that Dani couldn’t improve it. YouTube Identity Muck! Named decided to respond by creating his own game Bug ‘.
The game is currently sitting in an overly positive rating on Steam.