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Mobile Calamity Mod On Mobile

Jhauk

Terrarian
they want to do it after the rewriting the code of Mobile (there are extremely old, unstable, and pirated mod-loaders exist on Android)
Like what pls
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guys, calamity is NEVER coming to mobile. It's already super laggy on many computers, there is NO WAY it's gonna work on a phone. Not to mention the fact that modding mobile is illegal.
Only if I have potato pc and potato phone
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I know for a fact some very, very unstable mod loaders exist for Android. However, due to the mobile platform being noticeably buggier, something as large as Calamity wouldn't work. If you're on iOS you're out of luck, as Apple REALLY doesn't like apps like that.
Like what pls answer I'm desperate for mods on terraria mobile 1.3
 

Derpling Ω

Plantera
Only if I have potato pc and potato phone
No, that doesn't apply. My PC can run terraria at max settings with 60 fps and calamity mod STILL lags it. It's not well optimized enough to run on a phone. And mods will never be legal on a phone, tmodloader can't be developed for a phone, and therefore calamity devs WILL NOT EVER DEVELOP CALAMITY FOR MOBILE.
 

Drei

Terrarian
No, that doesn't apply. My PC can run terraria at max settings with 60 fps and calamity mod STILL lags it. It's not well optimized enough to run on a phone. And mods will never be legal on a phone, tmodloader can't be developed for a phone, and therefore calamity devs WILL NOT EVER DEVELOP CALAMITY FOR MOBILE.
(Calamity devs will never develop calamity for mobile)
Who said they will make it? What if i do :)
 

Derpling Ω

Plantera
Who said they will make it? What if i do :)
You're gonna need a miracle for that. tModloader is going to have to be developed for mobile first, and modded devs have specifically stated that they have no interest in doing that. Also, the staff of TCF won't let you post anything about it here if you succeed, because mobile/console mods are illegal.

And, Fabsol stated that they specifically don't want mobile Calamity mod anyway.
 

Failsavier

Terrarian
I think that if you want to add mods to terraria mobile you should start small with the less known mods, and you should probably try to get t-edit before you get t-modloader.
 

Unit One

Moderator
Staff member
Moderator
I think that if you want to add mods to terraria mobile you should start small with the less known mods, and you should probably try to get t-edit before you get t-modloader.
As has been stated before in this thread, and others, 505 Games (the publisher of the mobile version) has a policy that editing the core game (such as what TEdit or TModLoader would do) is prohibited. You can read more here: Official 505Games Policy Regarding Console/Mobile Hacking

Mods on mobile are unlikely to be officially supported.
 

LoneRick

Steampunker
That’s a shame, I think mod support of any sort for iOS and Android would provide a ton more gameplay.
 

Kazzymodus

Moderator
Staff member
Moderator
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Hello @OJB GaMiNg, welcome to the forums.

When you make a post on these forums, it should be on-topic, which means that it should in some way address the subject of the thread (in this case, the Calamity Mod on mobile devices). 'Joke posts' like this don't add to the discussion, and can also be taken the wrong way, so please refrain from making posts like this in the future.

If you have any questions about our Forum Rules or the general workings of these forums, please send me or any of the other moderators a private message.
 

HilariousSparta

Terrarian
Having a whole thing for mods would be incredibly difficult. Even if someone managed to do it, the only mods that would function on a mobile device are those that add less than 30 total objects (items, tiles, NPCs, etc.), but the mod would have to be easy to process, as a lot of moblie devices can't handle that kind of level of mod. The other kind of mod that would function would be those mods that add something to the GUI or do something automatically (Auto-Trash, Flight Timer, etc.). Lastly, a moblie device would only handle up to 2 large mods, such as Calamity. Unless someone made a phone with the power of a generic PC, this isn't going to happen.
 

JustGamingXD

Terrarian
I wonder if it would be possible to make the calamity mod for terraria a whole new app
Then we would be able to enjoy a less featured calamity mod atleast
 
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I MOST OF ALL HATE PC HAS EVERYTHING MODDING SUPPORT! 🤨

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