The demo version of the nature builder “Terra Nil” has been well received before its release. Beloved enough to restore the environment in 4 minutes –AUTOMATON

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Strategy game “Terra Nil]Is attracting attention even before its release. Among the participating works of the trial version distribution event “Steam Next Festival”, this work is ranked 2nd in the wish list number ranking and 4th in the demo version daily active player number ranking. The numbers, including the number of players connected at the same time, are also doing well.

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“Terra Nil” is a game that develops desolate land and restores green nature with limited resources. Free Lives, an indie studio based in South Africa, develops it. A target for the area of ​​green space is set for each stage, and the green space can be promoted by installing the equipment brought in. However, it takes resources to install the equipment, and if the resources are used up before the goal is achieved, the game is over. Since resources are obtained as greening progresses, it is inevitable that greening will be promoted little by little. From these constraints, we can feel the concept that the player regains the environment with the help of nature.

Also, even if the green space is completed, the player must recover all the installed equipment before moving on to the next stage. The recovered equipment can be reused, and the mechanism of leaving unnecessary artificial objects to maintain the ecosystem is also modern.

On June 14, the first day of the “Steam Next Festival,” many players played the game, and the number of simultaneous players reached 90,000 (SteamDB).Furthermore, on the 18th, it was announced from official Twitter that the number of registrations on Steam’s wish list exceeded 400,000.publicationWas done. As a result, among the participating works of “Steam Next Festival”, this work is ranked 2nd in the wish list number ranking of the pre-launch work and 4th in the daily active player number ranking of the demo version. It’s a good way to ride the popular wave. Furthermore, even before the release, this work has already been done, and a video that clears the demo version stage in 4 minutes 9 seconds has been posted on YouTube.

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It attracted a lot of attention because it was a natural strategy by Devolver Digital and the developer of “Genital Jousting”. As a matter of fact, many Devolver Digital titles are lined up at the top of the wish list / user number ranking of this “Steam Next Festival”. The cult action “Cult of the Lamb” by the company’s publish is number one in the above-mentioned wish list / daily active player number ranking. Devolver Digital is getting a lot of attention as a publisher. Furthermore, the exposure before the demo event is perfect, such as being introduced at the online showcase event “Wholesome Direct” that introduces easy games. Such preparations and expectations will be reflected in the numbers.

“Terra Nil” will be distributed to PC (Steam / GOG.com). A free demo version is currently available on Steam, but the “Steam Next Festival” will be over soon, so if you’re curious, you should download it now. The demo version is currently available in English only, but the product version will also be available in Japanese.


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