Terra Memoria gets a new gameplay trailer

Looking more gorgeous than ever

21 August 2023
by rawmeatcowboy 0

Indie developer La Moutarde in partnership with Dear Villagers have revealed an all new gameplay trailer for this upcoming turn-based RPG Terra Memoria ahead of its appearance at Gamescom, where the game will be playable at the Indie Arena Booth. Coming soon to Switch, Terra Memoria is a ​​cozy exploration game with retro vibes made by RPG lovers.

“With this new trailer we wanted to showcase Terra Memoria‘s colorful characters and its lively towns and terrain, as well as offer a glimpse into creating a community by building a village and fighting monsters,” said François Bertrand, Game Director at La Moutarde. “Terra Memoria hearkens back to classic globe-trotting fantasy RPGs, with a new coat of paint and modern structure. Ultimately it’s about the spirit of adventure, and a group of misfits coming together through their travels. It’s a great, big hug of a game and we hope this trailer conveys its uplifting spirit.”

Terra Memoria sends players on a globe-trotting journey full of exploration, crafting, building, and friendship! A shortage of magic crystals and the sudden awakening of ancient robots pushes six new friends into a crazy investigation through Terra, a whimsical and cozy world combining 3D graphics and pixel art. Players control all party members, as each embarks on their own story and brings their unique skills to the table as they engage in Terra Memoria’s turn-based combat. You’ll have to do more than fight though, as to save the world players will have to craft, cook, camp, and master Terra Memoria’s unique building system that allows them to create objects, solve environmental puzzles, and eventually build their own little village.

As players explore Terra Memoria’s different countries, they’ll have to find missing pages of regional guides, offering info on new recipes, important characters, clues to help you during your investigation, and more information about regional specialties.​ Understanding local customs is key to a fruitful expedition.

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