In Terraforming Earth, players can take control of three adorkable little robots to restore Earth to its former glory. The robots are equipped with a range of quirky tools and functions and they have to work together as a team to make it through a vast array of randomly generated obstacles. Gamers can choose between single player mode where they have to switch between the different robots to complete the levels or they can share the fun with two friends, guiding the little robots in multiplayer co-op mode.
The unlikely heroes of Terraforming Earth, namely Opi, Curi and Spiri are prepping for just another day at the office – which in this case would mean Proxima Centauri, but hey, a team of terraforming robots have to make a living too, right? – when they notice a strange phenomenon: all the bioscanners go silent. That means all the human beings, all the plants and every living creature has vanished without a trace and it is up to the three little robots to find out what happened and fix the situation. Players can already access the playable demo that gives them a sneak peek into the beginning of the story. Thanks to the level generator AI however, players receive much more content than it would seem at first glance.
The level generator AI combines different obstacles in unexpected ways, that provides players with unknown challenges every time they sit down to play, but it also results in more interesting combinations than a team of level designers would come up with. Replay value is especially important for co-op games, where some of the players have already tried the game before, as cracking a logical puzzle is only challenging once.