Dig, fight, explore, build! Nothing is impossible in this action-packed adventure game. The world is your canvas and the ground itself is your paint. Grab your tools and go! You can do many things in Terraria: make weapons and fight off a variety of enemies in numerous biomes, dig deep underground to find accessories, money, and other useful things, gather wood, stone, ores, and other resources to create everything you need to make the world your own and defend it. Build a house, a fort, even a castle, and people will move in to live there and perhaps even sell you different wares to assist you on your journey. But beware, there are even more challenges awaiting you... Are you up to the task?

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Terraria

Terraria’s lead developer Andrew “Redigit” Spinks announced in an interview with PC Gamer, that there will be more frequent but smaller updates to the game following his departure from personally working on the project.

As it turns out, version 1.3 – the most recent update to Terraria – will be Redigit’s last update for Terraria. No need to worry though, he’s only passing the work onto the rest of the Re-Logic team[...]

Click here to read the full article on DigiMinded.com

Terraria 2013 Patch v1.2

Terraria 2013 Patch v1.2

News 16 comments

It’s been almost 20 months since the last Terraria update; one that, for a long time, was destined to be the last... Re-Logic’s Andrew “Redigit”...

Terraria patch adds new creatures, items and costumes

Terraria patch adds new creatures, items and costumes

News 7 comments

An enormous Terraria update has arrived, adding dozens of new enemies and items to the game. Corrupt Bunnies and Corrupt Goldfish join the hordes of creatures...

IOTY Players Choice - Indie of the Year

IOTY Players Choice - Indie of the Year

Feature 42 comments

Ho ho ho Merry Christmas and merry Indie of the Year!

Obsidian v1.2

Obsidian v1.2

Prefabs 3 comments

Obsidian mod is a mod that intends to greatly enhance your Terraria Experiment. It adds alot of new cool, original and USEFULL items, NPC's, a new parallel...

L's Mod 4!

L's Mod 4!

not a good mod at all Full Version 0 comments

Hello, and here's the mod! The full version. You can't BELIVE how much stuff has been added!

L's Addons: Titanium Generators

L's Addons: Titanium Generators

not a good mod at all Demo 0 comments

You NEED THIS MOD to make stuff out of Titanium and Dark Titanium in the full mod, because I can't make 3 Ores at once.

L's Addons to L's Mod Album1

L's Addons to L's Mod Album1

not a good mod at all Demo 0 comments

Some features from L's Mod that will be in the full version.

Tetrarria 1.0.0.6

Tetrarria 1.0.0.6

Tetrarria Full Version 2 comments

This is the Installer for the latest Build 1.0.0.6 This build includes an unfinished early version of the Terraria Style Gamemode, you can play up to...

BIIIG World

BIIIG World

Multiplayer Map 7 comments

It's a BIG world with 6 floors wood house and flying castle. There a big lake to the right of house. And it fun to destroy. :^)

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Minecraft is much better than Terraria, "nuff said".

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DrSalvador
DrSalvador

I play both of the games, but Terraria has tons more content than Minecraft, and in my opinion much more character. But it's your loss if you don't wanna play it.

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Guest
Guest

Question: Have you actually played this game? If not, you have no room to speak. I am an avid Minecraft player myself, but I enjoy the RPG feel that terraria has.

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Meow_Meow_
Meow_Meow_

I love Terraria:)

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Jakwattack
Jakwattack

Wish this game was still gunna get more updates D:

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gerrit555
gerrit555

this game is cool but which should i get terraria or minecraft???

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saintjacques
saintjacques

i like both. they're both similar but they both have things about them that are fantastic. i would suggest at least trying both. personally i lean a little more towards minecraft. whoever said modding is too hard doesn't know what they're talking about, google and the minecraft forums do wonders (search for MCPatcher ;) ).

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General_Havok
General_Havok

Own this game and love it, V1.1 I have not tried yet but im looking forward to it when I get back into it. Keep up the good work on it.

Also to answer ur Q, id say get Minecraft if you want free-roaming,3d environments with lite survivor or get Terraria if you like 2d , Castlevania 2d free roaming with custom made maps,and custom made adventure maps by the community.

In terms of which has more mods, I believe both have a good host of mods. I own both Minecraft and terraria (got Minecraft in a giveaway 2 days ago) so I cannot say much other then that.

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IdentityCrisis
IdentityCrisis

I'd suggest both. Although I've only played Minecraft so far, everything I've seen or heard about Terraria is excellent and I'm looking forward to purchasing it once I build a proper rig. If you want a staight-up suggestion though, I'd recommend Terraria if you want a more guided, polished experience, and I'd recommend Minecraft if you want a more free-form sandbox type of game. Either way, they both provide excellent and utterly unique gaming experiences and are well worth your time and money.

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DavetheZombieSlayer
DavetheZombieSlayer

TERRARIA! DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON MINECRAFT! MODDING IS IMPOSSIBLE FOR MINECRAFT AND MULTIPLAYER SSSUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCKS.

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TripleRX
TripleRX

modding is simple in mincraft you just need brains to read the instalation to them. muiltiplayer is even better simple to connect but it is better if you know a prviate server for few people, In terraria there is bareley any mods but the muiltiplayer is ok but hard to connect to.
Both good games Both have flaws.

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Slevo
Slevo

considering terraria took 1 month to develop and is on steam id say minecraft is not even comparable to terraria

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TripleRX
TripleRX

Funny Minecraft isnt on steam because its deveoped with java, and terraria did get develop in 1 month yes but it had a year of updates nuff said

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VG-Tal
VG-Tal

Minecraft isn't on Steam because Notch refused to put it on steam, nothing to do with the (ugly) java.

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makmoud98
makmoud98

It was developed in java to make coding the API easier

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The game adds classic RPG elements with many of the elements found in minecraft.You can spend hours exploring, fighting in dungeons, building, digging, and so much more. It also contains combining things to make tons of stuff, from potions, to amazing armor and weapons.
Its a blast at first,(and hours later) but it becomes slightly repetitive. After you have amazing armor and weapons it can take a lot of the fun out.
But overall I'd have to say the game is definatly worth your time and money.

Jun 24 2011 by Uraikus

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