More about Terraria
Terraria is an open-world sandbox game, much like Minecraft. Terraria is a mobile version of the console game. The game offers a trial version for free and you will have to buy the full version in order to enjoy the game.
Terraria is an open source game which means its fully flexible. You can 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 comes in 3 sizes of worlds. Small, medium, and large. Large worlds are LARGE. There are just as many opportunities for exploration as Minecraft but there is a story and there are NPCs that you can buy stuff from villagers. There are a LOT of bosses that you can fight. You have to beat one boss to get to the next.
Terraria Storyline and Gameplay
You have multiple race options such as Robots, Bipedal birds, Humans, and Bipedal Flower creatures. There is actually content to follow in Terraria, unlike the other two, as well as TONS of weapons (guns, broadswords, shortswords, hammers, axes, etc), race-specific armor, and your very own Matter Manipulator which is kind of like a pickaxe (there are pickaxes in Starbound but they aren’t as good as the MM) except that it has lots of options like mining, building, and even harvesting water. Not to mention there are infinite planets and star systems to explore on your ship that you can upgrade. On each planet, there are HUNDREDS of randomly generated towns full of different races and outposts, campsites. Terraria is a fun game if you are a proper gamer and have played other open world games before.
This app has rating of 4.1 out of 5 stars according to different rating platforms. Some apps like Terraria are Temple Run, Minecraft: Pocket Edition Demo and Minecraft: Story Mode. If you want to write a review then install this app and rate on our website.
Technical file information
- Package name:
- 188.8.131.52.2 (300539)
- File size:
- 162.4 MB
- December 2, 2020
- Minimum Android version:
- Android 4.4 (Kitkat, API 19)
- Screen DPI:
Older Versions of Terraria:
What's new in this version of Terraria?
- Summons can now be directed!
- Pylons placed by multiplayer host now work correctly!
- Herbs now blooming correctly!
- Food can be placed on plates!
- Fixed some dye issues on summons.
- Fixed a number of other lighting and glow visual issues.
- Plus many more!