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Terraria (My Review)

Ok, so this time round I'm going to do my review.

Terraria, not a simple game yet not a complex game. The game allows the player to create, mine, and adventure. Very much simular to Mojangs Minecraft. Terraria is a 2D Platform game. Before you start actually playing the game itself, you must customise your character, then you can create a new world! To do this you click into the game mode "Single Player", and then follow the options that the menu gives you. If you wish to play with others, you must click on "Multiplayer" then either Host&Play or Join.

The amount of things that you can collect and the amount of things you can create, is close to unlimited. There are mods and hacks for this game. But I strongly suggest that you stay away from those and play the game for what it is. The game doesn't actually have a set difficulty, so no advantages can be used in that way. As you gain items, defeat bosses, create and build your house, you now and then gain an NPC. These NPC's are very useful. All of them except 2 out of 11, allow the player to buy and sell items! They have to live in a house/room. The house/room that they are living in has to be higher than 5 blocks and wider then 7, so about 7 by 10 will do. (7 high and 10 wide).

I myself have been playing this game for only a couple of months, and the amount I know about the game itself is just mind blowing. I do enjoy this game quite a lot and I play it quite a lot. It may not be a game for everyone but may I suggest those who like the RPG's and the MMO's please try this game, its not a waste of time.

I rate this game 9 out of 10. This game is a good game. Not a bad game. If I had to remove something from this game, I would take away the corruption. (Its so annoying!! >.<) If I got to choose to add something, I would add more NPC's! :)

Terraria 1.1 Trailer

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.

Terraria (Gamespot.com Review)

"You feel an evil presence watching you." The warning message flashes on the bottom of the screen while you're busy chopping down trees in the forest. Night has fallen over the land of Terraria, a time for evil monsters to wake from their daylight slumber and assert their dominance. You need shelter if you're going to survive their deadly onslaught, but your time has run out. "The Eye of Cthulhu has awoken!" A roar from the darkness sends a chill down your spine. You equip your sword, ready your healing potions, and dig in for a fierce battle while a full moon gazes down. This colorful 2D adventure keeps you on guard by sending demons and monsters to kill you when you least expect it. You're never safe in Terraria. Surprises abound, both nefarious and empowering. In the dead of night, you may find your home invaded by a goblin army. But on the next night, you may find a treasure chest rich with helpful items. Terraria is a deeply rewarding adventure that continually urges you onward to see what lies ahead.