Terraria

A sandbox platform game by indie studio Re-Logic, sometimes called the 2D version of the popular Minecraft. There is no set goal; your task is basically to shape the randomly-generated world around you. At first you only have a few basic tools, which allow you to dig and find resources, chop wood, and create simple structures. As the game progresses, due to the extensive crafting system, you discover better tools, allowing you to create advanced materials and to fight monsters. There are many possibilities in the game, and the only restriction is your own imagination. Terraria features a single player mode, but you can join forces with other players, thus gaining precious allies, who can help you with the more challenging tasks.

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PC / Windows
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Terraria

Terraria | PC

Terraria release date for PC:

game language:
English

16 May 2011 | Worldwide

16 May 2011 | Europe

16 May 2011 | USA

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet, players: 1-8
Game score 8.3 / 10 calculated out of 1208 players' votes.  

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

Microsoft Xbox 360
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Terraria

Terraria | XBOX 360

Terraria release date for XBOX 360:

game language:
English

27 March 2013 | Worldwide

27 March 2013 | Europe PAL

27 March 2013 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet, players: 1-8
Expectations: 9.5 / 10 calculated out of 15 players' votes.  

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

Sony PlayStation 3
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Terraria

Terraria | PS3

Terraria release date for PS3:

game language:
English

26 March 2013 | Worldwide

28 March 2013 | Europe PAL

26 March 2013 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet, players: 1-8
Expectations: 9.1 / 10 calculated out of 26 players' votes.  

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

PlayStation Vita
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Terraria

Terraria | PS Vita

Terraria release date for PS Vita:

game language:
English

11 December 2013 | Worldwide

11 December 2013 | Europe PAL

17 December 2013 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet, players: 1-8
Expectations: 9.5 / 10 calculated out of 58 players' votes.  

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

Sony PlayStation 4
Game Terraria (PS4) Cover
Terraria

Terraria | PS4

Terraria release date for PS4:

game language:
English

11 November 2014 | Worldwide

12 November 2014 | Europe PAL

11 November 2014 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet, players: 1-8
Expectations: 7.5 / 10 calculated out of 10 players' votes.  

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

Microsoft XBOX ONE
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Terraria

Terraria | XBOX ONE

Terraria release date for XBOX ONE:

game language:
English

14 November 2014 | Worldwide

14 November 2014 | Europe PAL

14 November 2014 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet, players: 1-8
Expectations: 4.4 / 10 calculated out of 9 players' votes.  

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

Apple iOS
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Terraria

Terraria | iOS

Terraria release date for iOS:

game language:
English

29 August 2013 | Worldwide

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: local network, players: 1 - 4 , size:

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

Android OS
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Terraria

Terraria | Android

Terraria release date for Android:

game language:
English

12 September 2013 | Worldwide

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: local network, players: 1 - 4 , size:

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

Nintendo Wii U
Game Terraria (WiiU) Cover
Terraria

Terraria | WiiU

Terraria release date for WiiU:

game language:
English

28 June 2016 | Worldwide

28 June 2016 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet, players: 1-8
Expectations: 8.9 / 10 calculated out of 12 players' votes.  

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

Windows Phone
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Terraria

Terraria | Win Phone

Terraria release date for Win Phone:

game language:
English

12 September 2014 | Worldwide

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: local network, players: 1 - 4 , size:

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

Nintendo 3DS
Game Terraria (3DS) Cover
Terraria

Terraria | 3DS

Terraria release date for 3DS:

game language:
English

10 December 2015 | Worldwide

15 March 2016 | Europe PAL

10 December 2015 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet, players: 1-8
Expectations: 6.2 / 10 calculated out of 6 players' votes.  

Terraria is a 2D platformer, in which the players can freely modify the world around them. This game from the indie developer Re-Logic is sometimes referred to as "2D Minecraft" since it lets you influence your environment in a similar manner.

The game sends us to a 2D land, giving us a few basic tools to begin with. From that moment on, we have only ourselves and our ingenuity to rely upon. We can dig in the ground, searching for resources, plant vegetation, discover new locations, fight various enemies, create objects and even build our own strongholds and houses. Impressive magnitude of possibilities and dangers makes each walkthrough a different experience, because the world is created by the player himself.

The world of Terraria is randomly generated, so we never end up visiting the exact same location twice. Almost all elements of the environment are fully destructible and removable – it's a way for us to gather the materials needed to build things, and also how we shape the landscape. While travelling the world, we have to remember to adequately protect ourselves from numerous enemies. The same applies, when it comes to weaponry – we create our weapons ourselves, and we have many options to choose from. When fighting goblins, flying eyeballs or other wicked creatures, we can use swords, rifles, grenades and dozens of other imaginative gadgets.

We can visit the distinctive world of Terraria solo or together with friends. By inviting other people to our game, we can gain allies to help us in combat and more hands to help build our strongholds or whatever other things we'd like.

Age Rating

age requirements: everyone

Terraria update 1.3

Terraria update 1.3 | 3:03

Zwiastun gry Terraria, w którym zaprezentowano zmiany wprowadzone w aktualizacji o numerze 1.3.

Terraria – New Update Improves Graphics and Adds a Host of New Items

News 01 July 2015 12:10

The PC version of the popular game Terraria went through a major update number 1.3, which has improved some graphis elements, introduced hundreds of items, made changes in the Expert Mode, and much more.