Pre-orders available for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

Publisher NIS America has announced that the roguelike role-playing game void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium is getting a western release in the coming months.

Void Terrarium tells the story of a discarded maintenance robot as he protects and looks after a girl named Toriko who may be – as it turns out – the last human being in a world contaminated with toxic fungi.

Players will have to venture into the wasteland through procedually-generated levels to battle enemy machines and monsters in order to accumulate resources so that they can maintain Toriko’s terrarium, on which her health and safety relies. She’ll have to be fed, diseases will have to be cured, and gadgets will to be built.

The game’s announcement trailer is embedded below.

The game is set for release this summer on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Void Terrarium’s physical release will be available as part of the game’s limited edition, which includes:

  • Physical copy of the game (for Nintendo Switch or PlayStation 4)
  • Mood chart
  • ‘Sporific Sounds’ soundtrack CD
  • ‘Tori-gotchi’ lenticular keychain
  • ‘A.I. Love You’ lapel pin set
  • ‘Hand-Plucked Hope’ poster
  • Collector’s box

Pre-orders for this limited edition are available now from the NIS America online store and later this week on the European store.

Void Terrarium is developed by Nippon Ichi Software, the same studio that created puzzle platformer A Rose in the Twilight and adventure game htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary.

This article was last updated at 15:05 on 5th March, 2020.