New Zealand, March 30th - Plasma, the physics-based engineering sandbox by Dry Licorice, is now available on Steam!
In Plasma, players create machines and tools to explore a creative and colourful world. The game features a state-of-the-art robotics physics engine and user-friendly visual programming tools. They can also download other player’s creations, see how they work, change them and make their own versions. Plasma provides a unique playground to bring devices, gizmos and fully-interactive robots to life.
The title gives players the ability to create anything imaginable, from simple button and lever mechanisms to complex rockets, robots and RC Cars. Players will encounter challenges and be able to get their creations together to see how they work. Any creation can be explored and modified using a simple but robust visual programming system which step by step will help build knowledge over time.
Plasma is a creative engineering playground where players can bring to life any device they can imagine using fun and intuitive robotics, physics, and visual programming tools. Developed by Dry Licorice, a new team formed by the creative minds behind Poly Bridge and Kingdom, Plasma will launch in Early Access on March 30th 2023 on PC.
About Dry Licorice
Dry Licorice is the brainchild of Patrick Corrieri and Marco Bancale, two friends who pitched their dream game to each other and realized it was the same idea. They’ve worked together for the past five years to bring that shared vision to life. Patrick’s experience from Dry Cactus (the Poly Bridge series), Marco’s knowledge from Licorice (the Kingdom series), and the many years they’ve spent in the games industry combine with a talented remote team from around the world to launch their first game: Plasma.