• Journey's End on PC - Find info here and here. Please report bugs and issues for PC 1.4 and 1.4.1 to Re-Logic here.
  • Journey's End on Mobile - Find info here. Report bugs for Mobile 1.4 to DR Studios at this link and give as much detail as possible.
  • 1.4 will bring many changes to the PC version. We strongly advise making plans to back up your worlds and players prior to updating your game. More details here.
  • Console and Switch - The latest news can be found here. To report a bug, please use this link.


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URBAN DICTIONARY: "A game that's similar to Minecraft, but with worse graphics, 2D gameplay (yes, 2D still exists in the 21st century, though it shoudn't), and overall bad design. Not a very interesting game, but can get very addicting." THIS GAME SUCKS. THIS IS MY OPINION. OPEN TO CRITICISM. (YES, I KNOW MINECRAFT SUCKS ALSO).


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Oh man, I missed these threads. While on the surface level Terraria may look like a 2D version of Minecraft, one must remember that they are not the only two games in the sandbox market. It is true that Minecraft and Terraria both have a focus on building and exploring, Terraria tends to see it in a more "RPG-esque" way, upgrading health, mana, stated weaons, etc. Minecraft on the other hand has a limit on gear, but no limit on building and exploring a more "Sims-esque" experience for lack of a better word. To restate it, Terraria is to Minecraft as Digimon is to Pokemon, similar but different and still amazing.

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ok let me ask you this. why, JUST WHY do you make an account on a forum primarily about a game you hate? this thread is obviously pointless and just why did this need to exist? terraria is not minecraft though they are somewhat similar.
here are 2 differences you couldnt point out:
minecraft is made by mojang
terraria is made by re-logic

2 different companies. if mojang made terraria or if re-logic made minecraft this would make sense but since thats not true in this case
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