A free demo of the new PSN exclusive TerRover will be available with both versions of Qore tomorrow. This cartoony (is that a word) looking game has a nice looking 2-D physics universe. The gameplay involves navigating a small terrain rover, the TerRover, through over forty levels of challenging puzzles. Scott Hyman, Vice President of Development for Creat Studios, describes the TerRover as “a cute little robot buggy with a big smile and warm heart in need of your help to find a new planetary home for him and his friends.”
The controls for the cute little guy are unique to game play as well.
The TerRover’s controls aren’t quite like anything else out there. His head slides back and forth across his body as you change direction. One button press places his head under his body to turn him over. And most importantly, the left stick lets you pivot your TerRover up and down from either end. You’ll need to master this skill in order to save the TerRover population!
You get weapons and tools, too. Choose from various chassis equipped with rocket launchers, magnet cables and more. They’ll come in handy in tight spots, and assist in collecting all the mechanical parts scattered about and discovering the numerous secret areas and hidden passages. You’ll find yourself aching to come back and explore every inch of every level.
This definitely looks interesting, and I’m glad there will be a demo for us to try.
Written by: Oly
- Senior PR Manager