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Elva The Eco Dragon

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action/Adventure
Developer: Titan Deep Space Company
Release Date: Dec. 18, 2020

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'Elva the Eco Dragon' Comes to Steam Early Access Next Week - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on May 11, 2020 @ 10:10 a.m. PDT

Elva the Eco Dragon is a 3D action adventure where you must control Elva, a small dragon whose mission is to cleanse the planet: land, sea and even space.

Follow Elva, a little dragon concerned about ecology, through four initial levels and three more to come for free, and protect our planet from pollution and waste. Recycle, plant trees and change plastic bags for paper ones as you clean the seas and the atmosphere, among others.

To do this, Elva aims to help you in different scenarios, and with different challenges, which accumulate and become more complex as you complete the different levels of the game. At first we will start by cleaning up the waste that has been scattered on the ground, or sometimes, that is flying through the air in small balloons.

Many more things, and more to come.

But gradually we will be asked to do more. For example, the first objects will be automatically directed to a ship, or a plane, to be taken to a recycling plant.

However, later on other objects will be found to be recycled. You'll need to transport those items to a recycling center, and choose the right container for the waste to be processed properly.

Elva the Eco Dragon will be released in Steam Early Access on May 19, 2020, and it will remain like that for maximum 6-9 months.

“The reason for early access is very clear and obvious to us: in a game where families and children from those families learn to develop ideas about how to take care of the planet and clean it up, any ideas that bring in some added element are welcome. We have several ideas that we will be implementing in the coming weeks, and that will surely be of interest to players, such as new ways of recycling, cleaning the seas by eliminating oil and plastics, and even cleaning the orbit of the Earth and also the Moon in the not too distant future. For all this, we believe that we can offer the three (even four) complete levels of the game, and give more life to the game in the future.”

“The full version will contain at least five more scenarios, for a total of eight scenarios. These five scenarios will have similar challenges to the previous ones, but will also have customized scenario challenges. One of them will be a scenario where we will have to collect the debris floating in the Earth's orbit. Elva will have a powerful rocket and a space suit to launch the debris towards the Earth so that it disintegrates, except for the most dangerous, which will be collected in its ship for recycling. Another scenario will be futuristic and set on a moon where the human being has created the first colonies and has started to fill the satellite with waste.”

Other tasks will consist of planting trees in different areas. To do this, you will have to capture the "tree powerup". With them you will be able to create trees and plant them wherever you want. Also by planting these trees you will be able to obtain paper, which you will then use to change the plastic bags for paper ones, which will be a source of joy for the passers-by.

And many more things that will be seen throughout the different levels of the game. For example, you can even, in the advanced levels, clean the seas and see how life flourishes. You can clean up the debris floating in space around the Earth. And even travel to the future and clean up the moon before it gets too dirty.

All this and much more is "Elva the Eco Dragon".

Help Elva in her dream of cleaning up the whole planet. Because we still have a chance to win. In the game, and in our lives. Thank you.

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