Terraternity is a sustainable thematic game. You're invited to save Terra in combating climate change in a coop or competitive mode. Play the world countries, build renewable power plants to reduce fossil-based CO2. Carbon neutralizes countries before 5 climate disasters or 10 years ends the game. A game plays around 90-120 minutes. Are you ready to save Terra?
Terraternity = Terra + eternity
Terra is the Latin word for earth, and eternity means the infinite time that never ends. We created Terraternity to raise awareness about the efforts needed to heal our planet and preserve it for future generations.
Every day we all place more CO2 on our planet without effort living our lives. In Terraternity, we created a game mechanic placing CO2 cubes on a Terra Globe. This is easy and fun, and when the game progressed, it creates challenges, tension, and hopefully awareness.
Your goal is to develop renewable power plants in various countries to make them carbon neutral. You will first need to ‘activate’ a country, which lets you build renewable power plants within it but adding its CO2 output - literally! - to the Terraternity globe. You’ll need to make sure this globe stays balanced - too many CO2 cubes, and you risk a climate disaster - while also balancing that country’s CO2 footprint. Successfully balance enough countries before time runs out or disaster strikes, and you win!
You can play Terraternity in two different game modes:
You are on your own to turn five countries carbon neutral before any other player. Keep your hand and strategy secret while you place victory points on your player board and collect green cubes from carbon neutralized countries.
You work together with all players to turn eight countries carbon neutral.
Everybody plays with an open hand – sharing strategies is highly recommended as you all play against the board and win or lose together!
Progress is tracked on the CO2 scale on the Game board.
In the solo mode you play against the board and try to achieve and master the different stages. Are you able to master the MSP Stage - they heigst possible challenge which makes you the Most Sustainable Player?