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_mikero_

@Ravage, @Destroyer360 Thanks guys. I ended up buying the powder and beating the Eater of Worlds a few times. Now I just need to fight Skeletron (and the giant slime king)

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edhe

I don't know how many of you still play this, but I heard about a possible development.

Forums | Terrario Online - Something about a possible PC update.

In it, the creator asks "hypothetically" (seriously, would he go into there, knowing full well the X360 version is due for release, just to get the PC community's backs up?), if he were to develop an update for the PC version of Terraria, what would they like to see.

Give it a read.

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edhe wrote:

I don't know how many of you still play this, but I heard about a possible development.

Forums | Terrario Online - Something about a possible PC update.

In it, the creator asks "hypothetically" (seriously, would he go into there, knowing full well the X360 version is due for release, just to get the PC community's backs up?), if he were to develop an update for the PC version of Terraria, what would they like to see.

Give it a read.

I personally bought Terraria some odd months ago, back in october or something I think.(Might as well try it for $2.50.)
Personally, I would probably want what the Xbox/PS3 version is getting. I wouldn't mind paying a small fee for it either.

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SkywardLink98

When/If they give us an update, they better be giving us everything the console version is getting. I suppose we could just mod it ourselves, but making the community develop the game for them isn't what a developer should be doing.

My SD Card with the game on it is just as physical as your cartridge with the game on it.
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edhe

Fans of Terraria might be interested in the spiritual sequel Starbound.

It's basically Terraria on a grand scale.

They've opened up a preorder/kickstarter style funding scheme on their website, that will allow you access to the Beta. I personally plan to buy a preorder for both me and my brother.

"Endless Planets to visit: Planets in Starbound are entirely procedurally generated and filled to the brim with unique content. We went into the planet generation with one simple goal: no two planets should be the same. By procedurally generating even the smallest details, we’re doing just that. Not only is the terrain of the planet procedurally generated, but the weather, the gravity, the difficulty level, the plant life, the behaviour and appearance of alien creatures, and much more all contain random or procedurally generated elements." (More)

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Ralizah

Terraria was fun, although controlling the character is a bit of a pain for me. For the money, it is a nice diversion, and I probably played it for 20 - 30 hours before I got tired of it, but I think, overall, I prefer the 3D approach of Minecraft.

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odd69

I rather terraria. I still play this, infact i have put down most games, over 80hours plus and i want more. This game rules my world

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Geonjaha

I think I'm done with Terraria. I got pretty much to endgame and had little left to do. A bit of extra content wont pull me back - but it's a great game, and to anyone who hasn't played it I highly recommend it.

I'm looking forward to Starbound though - it's looking great.

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I think it was a few months ago that I heard of Starbound, I'm likeing the way it's going, and am certainly interested in it.

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And they said you couldn't buy happiness!

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