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PC Terraria 1.3.0.8: Can Mac & Linux Come Out & Play?

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Ori

Duke Fishron
These are some great news! Too bad I gave my mac only friend terraria when it was in like 1.1. I doubt he has interest in it anymore
[DOUBLEPOST=1439409280,1439409240][/DOUBLEPOST]Also does this mean STEAMOS compatibility? lol :D
 

Kamran Mackey

Official Terrarian
These are some great news! Too bad I gave my mac only friend terraria when it was in like 1.1. I doubt he has interest in it anymore
[DOUBLEPOST=1439409280,1439409240][/DOUBLEPOST]Also does this mean STEAMOS compatibility? lol :D
Obviously. SteamOS is based on the Linux kernel.
 

PlatinumDV

Terrarian
It's amazing to finally see the full release for Mac/Linux! I do have one question, though. I was wondering why my Steam library still says its in the open beta. Do I have to change something in the properties to play the full release?

Edit: Nevermind. I figured it out.

Edit: I noticed that a some people we're having the same problem. What I did was I went into the Steam Library, opened the properties window, and opted out of the Beta. It's basically the same as entering the Beta.
 
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thr

Terrarian
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I have waited so long for Linux support. The day has come :dryadnaughty:
I have question: Did other large linux distros (like Fedora, openSUSE or Arch) will get support soon? Just curious
Terraria now works out-of-box on Arch. I imagine supporting every distro in existence would be a nightmarish task, so I'd rather the devs concentrate their efforts on the game itself. Linux folk will manage anyway. I also believe they've chosen Ubuntu, because of how Terraria client is tied with the Steam platform. Incidentally, Ubuntu is the distro that Steam officially supports.
 

vanilla

Terrarian
I quite literally just pulled a goku after seeing this (in a good way)
YEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH now I need to wait for a mac app store port :(
 

lukejano

Terrarian
I am happy about the linux support and all, but now it is time to wait for TShock to update...

What fun.
 

PoroCYon

Terrarian
I have waited so long for Linux support. The day has come :dryadnaughty:
I have question: Did other large linux distros (like Fedora, openSUSE or Arch) will get support soon? Just curious
It has been confirmed to run on Arch, and it should on most distros.
 

Hie the Badger

The Destroyer
I bet they are really getting those nerfs down in windows. But I'm glad linux is getting terraria because I may go linux over windows 10.
 

Shyguy

Spazmatism
Darn, thought some awesome thing i didnt know about was added... erm. Anyway, congrats mac users!
 

Unit One

Administrator
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Administrator
Thanks to Skiphs, Arkhalis and the Re-Logic team for all the hard work on getting Mac and Linux up to speed. It's exciting to play on my Mac as well as my Windows computers. Love the flexibility.
 
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