Restore a desolate ecosystem in 'reverse city-builder' Terra Nil
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Restore a desolate ecosystem in ‘reverse city-builder’ Terra Nil

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In city-builders I’ve become accustomed to entering a pristine wilderness and immediately carving roads into the landscape, building power plants and water pumps, placing buildings and residences and skyscrapers until I’ve got a booming, shining city where once only stood nature. Terra Nil, announced today by Devolver Digital and Free Lives (developer of Broforce), isn’t that.

Terra Nil looks like a twist on the usual idea of overwriting nature to make room for humans. Yes, you’re placing structures, power plants, and other buildings on a landscape, but it’s not a healthy green one. It’s a dead and utterly ruined ecosystem, all arid tundra and dry riverbeds and skeletal trees.

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