City builders and industrial management games tend to be about expansion. The goal is almost always to spread, build more and extract natural resources. But, as we noted recently, this has left a gap in the form of climate change in the approach of many of these games.
Terra Nil, a newly announced 'reverse city builder' by the developers of Gorn and Broforce, is doing something different and new with the genre. In Terra Nil, your objective is twofold. Your first task is to reclaim a barren wasteland by finding ways to reintroduce plants and wildlife into an ecologically devastated area. Using sustainable energy sources and low-impact construction methods, you will restore lush watersheds and grasslands, plant forests and create homes for the wildlife that has long abandoned the area.
Once your ecosystem is up and running again, your job changes: you now need to get in play and out, removing any traces of your presence in the area and completing your work to restore the area to its former natural glory. The structures you've built to help promote growth will need to be removed or recycled and if all goes according to plan, you'll leave the region in a pristine state for birds, frogs and bears to enjoy on their own.Read also
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Below you can check out the official trailer for the game.
There is still no release date set for Terra Nil, which is being developed by Free Lives and distributed by Devolver Digital. We hope to hear more about this during Devolver's E3 digital press conference, which is scheduled for June 12. In any case, Terra Nil's Steam page is live now, so you can head over there to check out more screenshots and add it to your wishlist.
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