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Terra Nil ecosystem restoration to see support

terra nil ecosystem restoration to see support for linux and mac with windows pc

Terra Nil ecosystem restoration to see support for Linux and Mac, with Windows PC. Thanks to details developer Free Lives. Due to make its way onto Steam. There is also a Prototype available on

Eco warriors Free Lives (Broforce) and recycled publisher Devolver Digital have announced Terra Nil. This is a reverse city builder about ecosystem revival. Due to make its way onto Windows PC on a distant, yet TBD date. All due to arrive in the post apocalyptic future.

Eager ecologists can begin restoring the planet to its natural glory. Doing so using Proton 6.3-4 via Linux in an all new Terra Nil demo. Currently available as part of Steam Next Fest. The gameplay is a very surreal and relaxing vibe for the Unity 3D game.

Also note, developer Free Lives have confirmed Linux support via the Discussions post.

Hey all, we couldn’t support Linux for the demo, but it is planned for the full release.

This is also outlined again in the Discussion Localization / Platforms. Which is a pleasure to see. Since it looks like the Steam release will be an Early Access debut. And also includes a Mac build as well.

Terra Nil – Reveal Trailer

Terra Nil presents players with a task of global revival of nature. The open ended strategy works through multiple stages of rebuilding. Including harvesting biodiversity and fixing the climate. As a result, you can even recycle the buildings players used to get there. Traverse the planet and restore different regions. Each with its own unique tests, flora, and fauna.

Work through sprawling, procedurally generated maps with lush hand painted settings. Where everything in Terra Nil but the rocks will move and breathe. Restore the world’s climate with unique weather patterns. Doing so for various regions. Along with a stunning yet relaxing soundtrack and audio palette.


  • The phases of wasteland recovery
    Begin with the water system, slowly purify the soil, and help create greenery. Embark on more earnest tasks, restore biodiversity, and fix the climate. Then add wildlife, and finally recycle all the builds you used to get there. All while leaving the Terra Nil setting intact.
  • Unique, procedurally generated maps
    Each region of the game has its own flavor and procedural generation palette. Yet even within a region, no two games will be the same.
  • Picturesque landscapes
    Work through sprawling, lush, hand painted settings. Where all but the rocks, move and breathe. A relaxing soundtrack and great audio palette will come with your efforts.

Terra Nil ecosystem restoration will see support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. The release date is still TBD. However, you are certainly free to Wishlist the game on Steam. You can also delve into the Demo via Proton or play the native Prototype on

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