PC Terraria Can Mac & Linux Come Out & Play?

Discussion in 'PC - Re-Logic' started by Loki, Aug 10, 2015.

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  1. layman9

    layman9 Brain of Cthulhu

    There is nothing in my terraria file except some text and the application.
  2. Bethany

    Bethany Steampunker

    In C:\Users\Documents\My Games\Terraria you should have a Worlds folder and a Players folder. In the former will be a .wld file for each world you've made and in the latter a .plr file for each player.

    If that doesn't get you there, use FIle Explorer and search your hard drive for MyFavoritePlayer.plr or SomeWorld.wld (use real names instead, of course).

    Along with each .plr file you'll need to copy over the subfolder of Players with the same name as the player, which contains files telling the game what you've explored so far. Might as well copy the .plr.bak files as well, though not really necessary.

    [edit] Oh, maybe you're using cloud storage. If so, no need to copy. Just run and play.
  3. thr

    thr Terrarian

    Or just use the cloud saving in-game.
  4. chungchangching

    chungchangching Terrarian

    mfw terraria's crashing problem still not fixed
  5. ManaUser

    ManaUser The Destroyer

    Might it be a good idea to rename the "PC" sections of the forum "PC & Mac"? Also the PC thread icon could be changed "Windows", since technically Linux is a PC operating system too.
  6. layman9

    layman9 Brain of Cthulhu

    I thought all computers were PCs.
  7. Garish Gnome

    Garish Gnome Terrarian

    I don't think you know what PC or Windows.. or Mac.. or Linux are.
  8. TobyJ

    TobyJ Terrarian

    They'll probably make separate tags & forum sections for Windows, Mac & Linux
  9. layman9

    layman9 Brain of Cthulhu

    Dear god no, that would be stupid
  10. TobyJ

    TobyJ Terrarian

    eh, nah. They have separate tags & stuff for OTHER platforms. Why would they generalize three quite different platform specifications to one "PC"?
  11. Zipattack

    Zipattack Spazmatism

    I'm getting this as soon as I can!!!! ;) :) :D
  12. TobyJ

    TobyJ Terrarian

    Yay. I can finally play Terraria on my non-existent Mac.


    I'll go wait for TShock and other mods to update for the FIFTH TIME since 1.3's release.

    (five post-updates & patches, guys? really? give us a break!)
  13. korzon

    korzon Terrarian

    Hello, Linux players! :dryadhappy:
  14. Lamkin

    Lamkin Terrarian

    A huge thank you to Re-logic for the Mac port. :)

    Also wanted to add that the game runs perfectly under OS X 10.8.5, though the requirements say 10.9 or above.
  15. ManaUser

    ManaUser The Destroyer

    Possibly, but the Windows, Mac and Linux versions all have the same content and probably nearly the same code. I think keeping them together would be a reasonable choice.
  16. Hie the Badger

    Hie the Badger The Destroyer

    They aren't going to separate them because mac linux and windows are all PCs. Consoles are consoles and mobile is a mutant of it's own.

    Notice a difference? Personal computers. Consoles. Mobile devices.
  17. Cryx

    Cryx Retinazer

    You guys must be so happy!

    Have fun on your Macs and Linuxes!
  18. Mohl

    Mohl Terrarian

    No moon lord buffs? Well, I'm happy for that.
  19. Pipebomb

    Pipebomb Terrarian

    Can anyone confirm if it works for Mac OS 10.7.5? I can't upgrade to 10.9 :(
  20. Terraria's minion

    Terraria's minion Skeletron Prime

    YAY! Im soo happy I can finally play terraria! But there is a tiny problem. I found a glitch when i swing my sword and there are random damage indicators and the sound it makes sounds like as if i am hitting a dummy. Its not a bother just a weird glitch.

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