Ternion takes place in a distant future, you are a Soldier of DTA organization.
One day, Desert, the capitain of Ternion and leader of DTA, gets accidentally infected by a virus, created to provide better performance in battle, it was still a prototype and they discovered that causes the destruction of brain cells, and thus leads to madness.
His madness causes him to desire the destruction of every lifeful planet of the galaxy, so you, Fushiko and Yuki, start to rebel, going to any length to stop him and save the entire galaxy from a bad fate.
Ternion is a turn-based RPG game.
In this game exploring plays an important role, you'll have to explore, to find the weapons and discover everything you need to defeat Desert, once and for all. The landscapes are usually simple, but completely different from our reality, we tried to create places that looks more alien as possible, but remaining in the dictates of physics. What we are focusing more is the feeling of being "free". Even if the maps are not as big as the classic free-roaming games, we hope to give you the sensation of the protagonist, that, after being always locked on his spaceship, is starting to discover the universe that surrouds us.
My Goody Unsafe Boar is an italian group of people who works on videogames as hobby. We are five students, most of which are voice actors, and we love videogames. That's the reason why we work with them, and the reason why we'll try to make something cool and original!
We hope to open you a window on the beauty of the universe, because it's a part of us, we can't ignore it...
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This is the continue of the latest post about the release on Steam. The page is now online, you can check it out here: Store.steampowered.com
If you're interested you might add it to your wishlist, so you know when the game is released.
I'm not sure if the game will be an Early Access or not. Surely it requires two/three more years of development before the official full release, having an Early Access means you could play the game early but won't be a full game. The story would interrupt at some point and you'll have to wait for an update to know how the story progresses. What do you think? Would you prefer to play a game which is not complete yet or you would rather wait two/three years and play the whole game at once?
If you want let me know in the comments!
I'll probably write less post here from now on. But since this is a smaller community it's possible that some secret info will actually be written here, so stay tuned!
As always.. Here some of the latest screenshots!
Quick article to give you a few quick news about a possible close release on Steam.
No, I'm not asking you to participate in my Patreon, also I don't even have a Patreon! I'm talking about economic management on the Game!
It's not a good thing to give me powerful AI! With that said, the article talks about the progress of the game so far, and what's left to do. Take a look...
The development of the main campaign is progressing very well, mostly thanks to a framework-like system based on RPG Maker.
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