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Celebrating a year on the off-world!
We can't quite believe it but it's just over a year since we revealed TerraTech to the public for the first time at Rezzed 2014. It's been an amazing ride since then and we're celebrating this milestone by dropping the price so that even more of you can get in on the action now. From 6pm BST on Friday 3rd April, the Standard Edition of the game will cost $19.99/£14.99/E19.99 and the Deluxe Edition will be $28.99/£20.99/E28.99. You'll now be able to upgrade from the Standard Edition for $9.99/£6.99/E9.99. You can still find the game on Steam Early Access (http://store.steampowered.com/app/285920/) as well via Humble (http://terratechgame.com/support-us/). But we haven’t forgotten...
Mail Order Techs!
The eagle-eyed among you will have spotted a new block in the latest build of the game. This one is something we’ve been working towards for a little while and we’re excited to get it out into the wild at last. But what is this mysterious new block and what does it do? Over to Design Lead Kris Skellorn for the details... In the most recent update you’ll find a new base block in the game: the Payload Terminal. For now, this is attached to the first Solar Panel and it allows you to access a list of Techs (vehicles) then purchase them using your earned in-game BB currency. Once purchased, the Tech is assembled in orbital satellite stations and then dropped via payload planetfall...
Rockin’ it at Rezzed: Three days TerraTech won’t forget
What do you get when you gather some of the world's finest independent developers together in a converted docks on the banks of the Thames in the UK's capital? Three days of mania and madness, to be frank. This year's Rezzed, which shifted venues from Birmingham to London, took hold of Tobacco Dock last Thursday and refused to let go until late on Saturday, with thousands of gamers streaming into the venue over the course of three days to play some of the best new games the industry has to offer. As you might expect, TerraTech was in attendance, showing the latest build of the game in the Indie room and contending with the flood of gamers who wanted to sample some of gaming's...
So, PewDiePie may have played TerraTech…
This may come as news to you, but the team here working on TerraTech aren't actually celebrities. We don't have any paparazzi hanging outside our offices and, despite asking people repeatedly if they're sure, no-one requests our autograph when we step onto the Tube on the way to work each morning. There is one thing we will always be able to say, however: The game we're working on has been featured in a PewDiePie video. Yes, that's YouTube sensation PewDiePie himself, fit with a near 35 million subscribers and the kind of beard that means he'd be hired by us instantly if he ever popped over to Hammersmith and asked for a job. With 2.25 million views and counting, too, we'd say...
New Crafting System
With the launch of TerraTech on Steam Early Access we included an overhaul of the crafting system. Lots of players have been asking us about the ins and outs so lead designer, Kris Skellorn spills the beans. What we Learned from the Old Crafting Blocks The original crafting parts in the game were a stationary fixed collection of blocks with tinted placeholder artwork. They were designed to allow us to begin experimenting with the system of gathering resources, refining them into useful substances then crafting or fabricating new vehicle blocks - all things that we knew were a core part of the TerraTech experience. The great thing about developing the game ‘in the wild’ via...
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