|Initial Release Date:||16 May 2011|
|Genre:||Action, Adventure, Indie, RPG|
Terraria is one of the best survival sandbox games to date. It may be relatively old now, but it’s a great game to play alone or with friends. This is a game that I come back to from time to time because it provides a lot of fun and a lot of different things. Create, craft, fight, collect materials or items – it’s all up to you. It’s even more fun when you join it with friends.
The amount of content offered by this game is enormous. The fights are interesting, the building is fun and very enjoyable, it’s always nice to find different items. You can have fun things like mountains and pets or a sword that kills cats. Usually a super fun game with lots of possibilities.
This land is dark, full of stinking and terrible enemies, and represents one of the many surprises for the new player in this game. When you first travel to the beautiful fields full of sunflowers under the blue sky, this biome is full of death and decay. Direct storytelling is not something that will try to convey a Terraria.
Instead, the player must focus on gathering clues, making friends, and progressing through various biomes in order to unravel the many mysteries of this mysterious land. This will eventually trigger a series of events that guide the player’s journey throughout the game.
Great game, lots of unique areas, ores, weapons, armor, and art style. Funky music that is great, you can basically make whatever you want. There are pets that are cold, you can kill a lot of innocent and cute creatures like rabbits or squirrels. If you do not prepare, the owners are difficult. And it’s not just “2D MINECRAFT“, it’s different.
- Lots of content for hours of playtime.
- Great combat system.
- Smooth gameplay, easy to slip into.
- Provides a good challenge.
- Fun and creative boss battles.
- Amazing side effects that you can’t resist.
- Successes are accustomed to the hunters of these successes.
- Expert and hardcore modes add hundreds of hours of gameplay and possibility.
- There is no such thing as an infinite world. (Overall score doesn’t drop – but can upset some players)
- There is no easy way to edit the worlds before creation (such as choosing whether to be crimson or corrupt).
Graphics and sound
Although the pixel art style may be unusual at first, it is actually very attractive and allows Terraria to see the extremely pleasing and deep biomes incredibly well.
The world, in general, feels very dynamic, with some events (such as rain) creating a series of events-specific crowds (like enemies carrying umbrellas).
The sound design of this game is amazing. Every biome song slaps. Hard. Sometimes it suits the relaxed atmosphere of the game, but it can also significantly increase your pulse during high tension boss fights.
- Lots of content
- Amusement combat system with a large variety of weapons, spells, and gear.
- Lots of great owners
- Very challenging
- The ever-changing world with the burden of searching
- Great fun with friends
- Server hosting is very easy and game resources are scarce (ie anyone with a PC can enjoy it, even on a laptop).
- Progress is somewhat impossible without a guide.
- The first half of the game is quite boring compared to the last half.
- Slight pressure on the eyes with pixel graphics, especially with high-resolution monitors
- Sometimes a little bit challenging (especially playing solo)
- Resources are limited, meaning you won’t be able to get things without creating a new world (your role may shift between world and server).
System Requirements Terraria Game
- OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8.1/10
- Processor: 2.0 GHz
- Memory: 2.5GB RAM
- Graphics: 128MB Video Memory, capable of Shader Model 2.0+
- DirectX: 9.0c or Greater
- Hard Drive: 200MB available space
How to Install Terraria For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “Terraria- PC Free Now” >> folder.
- It is a pre-Installed Game so no need for Installation,
- Click on the “Terraria” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 421 MB||Download Here|