>buy this on the sale to see what the hubbub is all about
>"Guess I'll grab a cup of coffee and browse for a bit."
>come back shortly, it's already done
How can people possibly say this game is any good? Already uninstalled the moment I saw that, I can tell it's going to be a non-game.
this is some shit bait anon i thought you had better than this
This game has more content than any game released after it
also i forgot to say that terraria is a fucking 10/10 game alot of devs should take notes from the developers that made terraria in Terms of after release Support and update policies
The mod's gonna ban everyone in this thread it was nice knowing you all
We were playing on the server from a few days ago and we just spent like 30 minutes fighting the moon lord.
But its not like ascrawny weakling like yourself would know anything about moon lords.
thanks op this is officially the worst thread of 2016
This is probably the best indie game over there, actually a pretty descent pixeled art and with a lot, and I mean, A LOT of content.
But still i dont know why im replying to this bait, check my 8
People say this game has a ton of content but the vast majority of the content is just slight stat changes and reskins, not as bad as starbound with its random generation garbage but still pretty repetitive after a bit of time playing.
>pays for game
>literally does not play any of it
>complains about lack of gameplay
too much content I think
>want to play Terraria
>build a bunch of shit and get fairly far
>another fucking update comes out
>have to start over to get most of it
I've basically given up playing this now.
Alright guys, you convinced me. I'll reinstall the game and in 3 minutes I'll see what this content has to offer.
I guess I could be wrong to think storage space size is indicative of quality. In the end, perhaps I truly was a colossal faggot.
fuck let's go
>do multiple playthroughs
>get to end game before last big update
>start new world
>get to moon lord
>gets boring and just plain not fun
>start a new world
they really should tweak the game a bit more
Could the game of the last character you lost beat The Elvis.
Glad to see you changed your mind anon.
It's time for a "Best fun-to-filesize ratio" game thread!
Poasting ZZT. It offers 200 funs, at 176kb, is one of the few games to achieve more than 1 fun per kilobyte
Here's another game that breaks the 1 fpkb ratio.
Super Mario World.
Offering 500 funs at only 344kb, Super Mario World also breaks the 1 fun per kilobyte barrier.
But the absolute pinnacle of fun-to-filesize is...
At 32 -bytes-, though it only offers 2 funs, its fun-to-filesize ratio is 62.5 funs per kilobyte.
You're not a faggot if you change. If you don't like it (which I doubt you will) you at least tried it.
My vidya gaems need to be at least 10 GB or else they're meme shit! Waaah!
how do i get into it? it seems just as sandbox as minecraft and i'm just wandering around getting killed. also i don't know how to make a house with a door because the tutorial guy is kind of useless.
>decide to visit /v/
>thread about pokegirls
>/a/-tier shitpost thread
>this shitty bait
You don't need to tell me, I'm getting out.
It's pretty easy, but there are a lot of options. Quickest way at the beginning is having a torch, a table, a chair, a door and/or platform access, a wall, and enough clearance to house an NPC
First thing to do is get ANY other weapon. The shortsword is shit, and your pick is superior. Wooden yoyo or the other wooden sword is better.
Get enough wood and you can make a short table. This is the workbench. The taller table is just decorative. Workbench lets you make a forge, which lets you make an anvil. Once you have that, you're set up to make some armor.
If you're surviving pretty well, you won't need to make armor from ore, but a weapon with it could be useful.
The only ore of real value in the early game is lead/iron (each world gens with one of two relatively equal ores for each tier). You'll need it for the entire game. The other three are only useful until you beat your first couple of bosses.
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Once you're not dying, you've got three goals.
Build houses: houses need walls, a door, a background, light source, table, and chair. When you ESC, there's a house icon. Click it, then click the ?, and then click the house you built. This will tell you if your house is good (but unfortunately doesn't tell you what you missed). Valid housing attracts NPCs when you meet other criteria, like a bomb merchant showing up when you find bombs somewhere. When you save enough money, a merchant can move in. Buy the piggy bank. They're character-based storage, so you can carry it around with you to double your inventory space.
Explore: the world has a bunch of chests. Go into the caves (make sure to bring rope or you'll fall and die) and find them. Each one has one "good" item, and some metal/potions/misc. These are your standard Metroidvania power-ups, like doublejumps, speed boosts, and stat upgrades. You can equip 5 at a time. You'll also find decent weapons, sometimes. Different biomes (near-surface, deeper, jungle, snow, ocean, etc) have different item pools. There's also hearts underground you can dig up and use to get more HP, up to 400.
Fight bosses. There's weird altars underground/in the evil area. You can make boss-summoning items there. Show a lens to the guide and he'll tell you how to make one. Beating bosses will get you better armors, and beating one boss in particular gets you to the second half of the game.
Alternatively, get to the ocean and find some dumb kid to enter the wonderful world of fishing all day. This can skip you past a lot of the early game if you're lucky.
It's really more of a thing you do after everything else. Like a second or third playthrough kind of thing.
For new players I would really not recommend it since it's mostly used to cheese and skip content you might have played before. But you're a new player, you don't even know what content you're skipping.
Oh I'm not that "new" anon, I have like 100ish hours in the game but I've never seen interest in fishing other than for the cool prices but the requirements to get decent fish seem ridiculous to me, but maybe I'm doing it wrong
Oh, if that's the case, fishing gets more interesting when you start getting better shit
>don't start fishing until at least demonite for that fishing power, unless you can buy a rod from one of the NPCs with higher power than that
>net worms whenever it's raining
>craft them with stars
>rare fish all day every day
Location matters a lot. I usually start at the beach and go through like a stack of 25 magic worms, end up with the best pre-hardmode axe, hammer, and they're both really good weapons too. Crates are the most fun part of fishing since it's 99x THE MYSTERY BOX which could be fucking anything.
It skips all of easymode.
>catch Reaver Shark
>dig to hell
>get hell armor
Grab some Spelunking potions to speedrun to 400 hp and you can be in hardmode on a fresh character in a matter of minutes.