Terrorarium received a full launch date today during the MonsterVine: Hot Games Summer Showcase. Look forward to the fungus fracas on July 28 later this year. Currently in Early Access on Steam, Terrorarium features 3D action puzzles, platforming, and an action-packed old lady who set out to conquer planets. Using an army of adorable, yet ultimately expendable, walking mushrooms, players can take over the world. Gameplay is reminiscent of Pikmin upon first glance, with players managing troops and setting them up to accomplish tasks.
The Early Access version of the game doesn't feature a campaign or story mode, but players can access a level editor that lets them set up their own scenarios. The game describes the Gardener's Moogu minions as creatures that "die frequently, breed out of control, and are often as insufferable as they are useful." Terrorarium also boasts a large number of community-made levels (248 at time of writing) to explore, conquer, and destroy at this point in time. With its release late next month, Terrorarium boasts a cute aesthetic, and will feature a 25-level launch campaign for players. Improvements to the Maker Mode (level editor) are also in the works thanks to feedback from Early Access players.
What do you think? Does Terrorarium scratch your murderous-geriatric itch? Do you have a thing for puissant puffballs and other murderous mushrooms? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to check back with TechRaptor for the latest Terrorarium news. The Intergalactic Horrorcultural Society has slighted you for the last time! Vengeance upon the fools!
If you've been longing for a new Pikmin game, this indie title may be something for you to look into. It looks charming and seems to have a lot of heart put into it. The Intergalactic Horrorcultural Society's corruption must be brought to light.