Developer Juvty Worlds has announced that its action-RPG and sandbox hybrid Wild Terra needs your votes on Steam Greenlight.
Wild Terra is filled with building, crafting, gathering, farming and land claiming elements. There are no NPCs in game so the only way to get something is to create it by yourself or trade from other players… or take it with brutal force. However, the developer understands that not every one has enough time to “live” in game doing everything by themselves, which is why all game processes are boosted to make the game a little bit casual.
Wild Terra Key Features:
- Huge world. Free spaces of huge sizes where everyone can find his own place. No squares or corners only pleasant graphics in middle ages style. A lot of unique places would make your journey full of discoveries. Search for treasures and you’ll be rewarded.
- Gather and hunt. Hey! What’s growing here? Is it eatable? And who is there in the bushes? Is it a hare? What are we going to do with it? Harvest all you can. You’ll need everything in your journeys. Take stones and branches and you got an axe. Can’t catch a rabbit? Try to craft a bow. Is it done? Then go hunting. Would you try to hunt a boar or a deer? Campfire is awesome but it’s time to think about your own house.
- Build and craft. From shelter to castle. Free building everywhere you desire. Multi-storey buildings. Dozens of materials of any kind, hundreds of schemes and crafting chains. Farming, gathering, husbandry, logging. Terraforming, planting, road building and water canals.
- Fight and win. Dozen types of weapon and armor with different mixes of skills and perks for use in combat. You don’t need to wait too long. All newbies have a chance to win. Your personal skills are the way to victory, from local PvP to global battles. Build a catapult and destroy the enemy’s castle. You want safety? You’ll get safe zones with indestructible buildings and no loot drop after death.
Watch the Wild Terra Steam Greenlight trailer:
You can vote for Wild Terra on Steam Greenlight right now.