- Summary: void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium is a roguelike adventure set in a post-apocalyptic world where humans have supposedly gone extinct. The player takes control of a scrapped janitorial robot on his journey to explore the desolate wasteland in search of food, medicine, and crafting supplies invoid tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium is a roguelike adventure set in a post-apocalyptic world where humans have supposedly gone extinct. The player takes control of a scrapped janitorial robot on his journey to explore the desolate wasteland in search of food, medicine, and crafting supplies in order to keep a defenseless human girl alive. Confront wasteland creatures and rogue robots in procedurally generated levels where no two expeditions are alike. The fate of mankind rests in your hands.… Expand
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Jul 15, 2020Void Terrarium is a solid, simple roguelike with a neat style and endearing premise. It's doesn't do anything exceptional to stand at the peak of the genre, but it offers a satisfying experience and is generally a relaxing game. It stumbles a bit in gameplay variety and doesn't offer anything in terms of dense mechanics or an intricate storyline, but still manages to be a charming experience for those wanting something lighter in their roguelikes.
Aug 19, 2020At its heart, Void Terrarium is a delightful, charming and compelling Tamagotchi-inspired 'keep them alive 'em up.' Sadly these magical moments are coated in so much tedious and overly-difficult combat and exploration bloat that it is exhausting to find them. There's magic hidden deep in this game, just be prepared to grind long and hard to find it.
Apr 12, 2021Void Terrarium is an amazing game that is fun, addicting, and engaging, and I cannot recommend it enough. First, let's talk about theVoid Terrarium is an amazing game that is fun, addicting, and engaging, and I cannot recommend it enough. First, let's talk about the presentation. The visuals and sound design are amazing, with a gorgeous artstyle and great music. The story is a bit slow, but I found myself caring about the characters. It follows a robot as he helps take care of the last remaining human on earth. With the help of a computer ai, you nurse the little girl and care for her in a terrarium. This game can be difficult at first, but that's the point. Like the Disgaea series, the point of the game is to grind until the game becomes easier. In Void Terrarium however, it is a little different. Every time you enter a level, you start at level 1. You get stronger by crafting items to decorate the Terrarium with, which gives you permanent stat increases and other perks. You need to gather resources to craft those items, and you're not going to get very far without a little bit of grinding. Fortunately, you eventually unlock something similar to the item world from Disgaea, which makes it easier to gather resources. This game is a roguelike rpg like Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, and even if you haven't played other games in the genre like myself, you can still get into it, though it may take time to get into. NIS is known for having somewhat overpriced games, but I can happily say that this game is worth the price. The game is only $25, and I have played nearly 50 hours, and I haven't even beat the game! There are achievements that will add many hours to the game, and while there isn't a ton of content, the pretty much mandatory grinding will increase the hours and make the experience fairly lengthy, and I mean that in all the right ways. I played the Switch version, but since both are the same, I am giving it the same score.
Graphics: 9/10 Music: 9/10 Sound Effects: 10/10 Controls: 8/10 Content: 10/10
Fun: 9/10 Replay Value: 9/10 Gameplay: 9/10 Story: 10/10 Combat: 9/10
TOTAL: 92/100 (MUST PLAY)… Expand