Terraria will arrive on 3DS and Wii U early next year. The news was confirmed by 505 Games in a post on the Terraria Community Forums, where Deanzor, a representative working on the Nintendo versions, answered several questions—head over here for the nitty-gritty details.
While Terraria 1.3 is still in the works, developers Re-Logic recently revealed an entirely new Terraria game that takes place in an alternate dimension. Called Terraria: Otherworld, the game looks like what would happen if Terraria and Starbound had a baby. It's the graphics, mostly.
The Eternal Throne, Darksiders II's floating fortress, rebuilt in Terraria. The two leviathans and the court of the Lord of Bones look really cool in 2D.
That's one hell of a Terraria castle. It took Torikishi, the creator, 3 months to complete this fancy pixelated home, and he really has built everything you need for a villa by the sea. Even an underground cave with a ghost ship inside.
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.
It was meant to be out in July. We're obviously well past that, but Terraria's big 1.2 update on the PC now has a release date, and that date is October 1.
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.
Re-Logic has uploaded a preview for the long-awaited 1.2 update for the PC version of their side-scrolling sandbox, Terraria. They also revealed that they're "aiming for a July release." The Terraria Wiki has a list of what this new update, which was first hinted at in January, might bring. [via PC Gamer]
It was, quietly, one of the biggest PC games of 2011 (and 2012), so it's little surprise that Terraria is heading to consoles.
As we know, Terraria, a game that on PC went from "huh a side-scrolling Minecraft" to "holy crap it's sold over a million copies" at the speed of light, is coming to consoles.
PC gamers were saddened when the developers of the pixel-perfect 2D building, exploration and combat game Terraria announced an end to game updates. Well good news, sort of! Terraria is returning with brand-new content... to Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network.
ProjectorGames, creators of one of the best-selling Xbox Live Indie MineCraft clone FortressCraft, are going in a different direction with FortressCraft2D: sideways.
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