泰拉瑞亚是 Re-Logic开发的一款电子游戏. 在2011年5月16日在Windows平台发布，之后扩展到其他平台. 它是一款2D 动作冒险, 沙盒/客户端游戏 在游戏中，玩家将可以控制一个角色.
Both singleplayer and multiplayer is supported. Besides English, the in-game language can be set to German, Italian, French, and Spanish. The gameplay has several similarities to the well-known Minecraft and was partially inspired by it.
Terraria is purchased via a one-time-payment. Updates are free afterward. The price differs between game versions (see below) but generally ranges between $5-20 USD. Various sales occasionally lower the price, to as low as $1.99. Some platforms also offer trial/demo versions.
There is also a Collector's Edition version which may cost a bit more but includes additional merchandise.
The game is available in PC, Console, and Mobile versions.
The PC version is the most extensive, featuring nearly everything ever introduced to Terraria. On this wiki entries that regards content exclusive to the PC version will be marked with .
- OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, Mac OS X Yosemite and lower (Since 188.8.131.52), Linux X11 (Since 184.108.40.206)
- Processor: 1.6 Ghz
- Memory: 512MB
- Hard Disk Space: 200MB
- Video Card: 128mb Video Memory, capable of Shader Model 1.1
- Graphics Engine: OpenGL 2.0 (Mac OS X, Linux X11) DirectX® 9.0c (Windows)
- Steam (full version)
- Merge Games (Collector's Edition)
- Amazon.co.uk (Collector's Edition)
- Amazon.de (Collector's Edition)
- GOG (DRM free full version)
The console version seems (as of January 2015) to be the least extensive, lacking many features found in the PC and mobile versions. It runs on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PlayStation Vita. On this wiki, entries that regards content exclusive to the console version will be marked with .
- PSVita (full version)
- PS3 (full version)
- PS3 (Collector's Edition)
- PS4 (full version)
- Xbox 360 (Demo/Full)
- Xbox 360 (Collector's Edition)
- Xbox One (full version)
The mobile version includes several features found in the PC and console versions, also holding some notable mobile exclusive ones. It runs on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. On this wiki, entries that regards content exclusive to the mobile version will be marked with .
Players begin by creating a character, and then a world. Multiple characters and multiple worlds can be created. World generation is based on random seeds, so two worlds are generally never the same. The game starts with the character spawning in the middle of their new world, armed with a Copper Shortsword for protection (a Copper Broadsword in the mobile version), a Copper Pickaxe for mining, and a Copper Axe for gathering wood. The player is then encouraged to gather resources (such as ore), build a base for defense against enemies, and generally overcome various game challenges. Hints to aid the game progression are provided by the Guide who spawns nearby.
The game includes a wide array of features. Players will generally be spending their time exploring, building things, collecting/creating items (mainly for empowering the character), fishing, and fighting monsters and bosses. As Terraria is a sandbox game, players are not locked into working towards any singular goal, and can decide for themselves what to pursue. One popular goal is to make one's character as strong as possible and ultimately defeat the game's hardest bosses and Events.
Terraria can also be played in multiplayer, in which more than one character can play in the same world. Multiplayer games are either cooperative games where players work together to build things or overcome challenges as in single-player, or competitive PvP games where players or teams fight against each other.
The time system of Terraria is real-time, the in-game time furthermore cycling between day and night. The game can however be paused (in singleplayer), but only if the autopause option is enabled in Settings. It is also possible to save and exit the game whenever desired and resume later. However, the character will teleport back to their spawn point.
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The Terraria view will "zoom out" which means higher resolution.
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A character moving about (click to see animation).
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A home with several crafting stations.
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Blocks used to make "pixel art".