Plasma Comes To Steam March 30th

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Plasma on Steam

Plasma, the physics-based engineering sandbox by Dry Licorice, has announced a March 30th Steam Early Access release date.

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.

In Plasma, players can explore a creative and colorful world, craft tools and machines, and even build their own structures from scratch. It’s easy to get started with a user-friendly tutorial system that introduces the basics of engineering in a fun and engaging way using a groundbreaking robotics physics engine and user-friendly visual programming tools alongside full Steam Workshop integration.

Plasma creations can be brought to life thanks to a visual programming interface, the Sketch, enabling beginners and advanced players to experiment, tinker and create unique devices, gizmos, and fully-interactive robots and mechanoids. Thanks to the built-in sharing platform, anyone can make these available for others to discover, use, learn from, and modify.

Alongside the ability to create whatever they can imagine, players will discover a world of challenges and experiences designed by other community members. Here, in a tech-toy-like setting, players of all ages will be able to explore and learn the visual programming system step by step, building knowledge over time.

Plasma will release on March 30th, 2023, on PC via Steam. Players can wishlist the title directly on its official page and stay connected via Discord and Twitter.

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