New Update Details Dangers in void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium
Nippon Ichi Software added new screenshots and information for void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium. The update covers the game’s protagonist, the illnesses that she might catch, the random helper robot that saves her, and special resources that can be obtained after exploring dungeons.
void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium is a roguelike RPG whose world is polluted. The last known human, a young girl named Toriko, gets saved by a reactivated service robot. The helper robot will have to explore dungeons and find a way to prevent the toxic fungi from taking over the Terrarium, which is one of the last safe havens from the pollution. Toriko can get hungry, starve, and die, so it’s important to feed her before heading out.
As players explore the dungeons, they will be able to collect resources, which can be used to create furniture, medicines, repair items, batteries, and different offensive and defensive-style weapons. The helper robot can also be upgraded by equipping customization parts to make exploring easier and there are roles that can be equipped to help when in dungeons.
Unfortunately, Toriko’s immune system is not the best. There are a few diseases that she might contract such as turning into a zombie, having her flesh melt off her skin, attracting insects all over her body, growing wings and feathers, relentless crying, and having brittle bones that break easily.
void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium is set to release in Japan on January 23, 2020 for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. There has been no announcement of a western release.