Summary: One might be quick to dismiss this game as just Minecraft in 2D, but I was blown away by just how deep and addictive Terraria is. While it retains the mining and crafting aspects of its 3D cousin, Terraria puts a much greater emphasis on NPC interaction, combat, events and bosses. Each biome has not only unique building materials but unique monsters and loot as well. It'll take you days to explore even the smallest world you can make.
Summary: Terraria is a really good game. I really like it because you can customize your own person and make him a name. The graphics are not that good but still it a really good game. To my opinion it was 5 stars plus you get a key chain a poster and a little book and if you love Pokemon then this is for you!!!
Summary: Have you ever heard of an hovering eye? A place that is corrupt? Or huge dog like dragons flying sky high? THEN YOU *Points finger at you* Know about Terraria, a side scrolling building game were you need to turn the dangerous world to what ever youd like, with cool places like dungeon, underground libarys, underrground jungles. But there are bosses standing in your path. Gather certin items and do certin things to get more np'cs! Build houses sky high!
Terraria - Collector's Edition (PC): A magical journey through a land of Angry Unicorns
15 October 2012
Summary: When I first saw this game on the shelves, I was very sceptical. I was told by many people before purchasing it that it would be nothing but a simple Minecraft clone but in a two dimensional platforming format. This worried me at first, making me feel as if I was buying in to a half-baked copy but I bought it on a whim due to the very affordable price, thinking to myself that even if it was a disappointment, I wouldn't be completely out of pocket.
Pros: Huge Open-world environment. A very smooth platforming experience. Tons of replay value.
Cons: It is definitely not DRM free. Requires Steamworks to play.
Summary: I bought this game based solely on its pretty case and cover which shows a pixellated scene including monsters, vampires, unicorns, wizards and a strange flying eye monster. I had no idea what it was going to be about but im a sucker for a nice front cover so off I went to the counter to purchase it. I had heard a few people say it was like Minecraft, but as I had never played that either I really didnt know what to expect.
Excerpt: "...3 dimensional counterpart is that Terraria provides not only shiny new things to use and collect, but it challenges you to get them. By the use of different bosses of varying difficulty the game makes sure that you won't make it through the new boss without the powerful weapon or that awesome armour set. Gameplay also include spawnable NPC's, computer characters that sell and buy items from and to you. Not only are these guys fun to house in your ...