From Press Release:
New Zealand, February 28th – Plasma, the physics-based engineering sandbox by Dry Licorice, has announced a March 30th Steam Early Access release date.
In Plasma, players can explore a creative and colourful 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 both 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 members of the community. 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.