Side-scrolling crafting game Terraria is getting its final update May 16 on PC. Originally released in 2011, the 2D take on Minecraft has received tons of updates and ported to just about every platform. Titled Journey’s End, the final update will add a bunch of new items, characters, and mini-biomes.
Terraria is suddenly the third most popular game on Steam. For the four of you who don’t know, the exploration/crafting classic finally released its big 1.3 update. As a result, it’s currently the third most-played game on Steam. What have you discovered in the new update?
Dust off your copy of Terraria, console gamers, 'cause the massive 1.2 update for the game's Vita, PS3 and Xbox 360 versions lands today. The change notes for the free patch are here; it's quite the read. This brings the console versions in line with Terraria's PC version, which got the same update last October.
Terraria just went mobile. While you wait for the new PC update, you might wanna try the newly released iOS version of this fine little side-scrolling sandbox. For $5, you get a Retina display-compatible, slightly rebalanced, touch-enabled mobile version of the full game. Above's a 25-minute demo by TouchGamePlay.