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13 września

New Official Website Launches Today!

Good day Terrarians!

We are very excited to announce the unveiling of the new Terraria.org – the Official Site for Terraria! Much as 1.2 evolved Terraria in a big way, the team has worked tirelessly to transform the more basic site we have had since launch into a more immersive experience that truly represents the world of Terraria.

Come check out the new look at http://terraria.org/, and pick up some prelaunch information about our new Official Terraria Community Forum while you are there – which is coming soon!

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O tej grze

Kop, walcz, odkrywaj, buduj! Nic nie jest niemożliwe w tej przygodowej grze akcji. Świat to twoje płótno, a ziemia to twoja farba.
Łap za narzędzia i ruszaj! Twórz broń, by walczyć przeciwko zróżnicowanym przeciwnikom w równie licznych biomach. Kop coraz głębiej, by odnajdywać nowe narzędzia, pieniądze oraz inne równie przydatne rzeczy. Zdobywaj surowce, dzięki którym możesz stworzyć wszystko, co może okazać się przydatne przy kreowaniu twojego własnego świata. Możesz zbudować dom, fortecę bądź nawet zamek. Z czasem twoje budowle zaczną gościć nowych lokatorów, którzy będą oferować ci masę różnego rodzaju sprzętu, który pomoże ci podczas twoich wpraw.
Lecz strzeż się, czeka na ciebie jeszcze więcej wyzwań... Jesteś gotów podjąć się tego zadania?
Ważniejsze cechy:
  • Sandboxowy styl rozgrywki
  • Losowo generowane otoczenie
  • Darmowe aktualizacje

Wymagania systemowe

    • System operacyjny: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Procesor: 1.6 GHz
    • Pamięć: 512 MB
    • Dysk twardy: 200 MB wolnego miejsca
    • Karta graficzna: karta graficzna z 128 MB VRAM i obsługująca Shader Model 1.1
    • DirectX®: 9.0c lub nowszy
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Właściwie trudno się dziwić, że widząc kolejną grę o człowieku z kilofem, wielu ludzi stwierdziło, że to po prostu Minecraft w 2D. Produkcja Re-logic jest odskocznią od wyżej wymienionego dzieła Mojang.
Terraria ma w sobie wszystko co powinna mieć gra zdolna do pochłonięcia naszego cennego czasu , w taki sposób aby nie był od daremnie spędzony.
Ten "Mały" gigant zmiata z nóg jak pojmie się podstawy , Crafting , system walki, Całą mechanikę tej gry , to jest to idealna gra.
Ma w sobie coś z diablo , minecrafta , simsów , I wielu innych gier.
Jeżeli natrafiłeś na przecene 75% tej gry albo 50% To kupuj bez zastanowienia , chociaż aby dać tej grze szansę.
A skoro jest w pełnej cenie , to wiedz że te 10€ jest wydane na coś co ma "Duszę" a nie pustke jak inne tytuły próbujące się przebić przez wymagające i wybrzydzające społeczeństwo.Ta gra to zrobiła.
Polecam skromnie i serdecznie tą grę . 10/10

"Nie trawię takich gier. A przynajmniej tak myślałem. Od kilku dni wkręciłem się w przemierzanie jaskiń w tej grze."~Klocuch12.

"To jak Skyrim , tyle że z brońmi" ~ IGN
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11 z 15 osób (73%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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Lepsze od szajskrafta
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7 z 9 osób (78%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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Wyjątkowa gra!

Terraria jest jednym z najlepszych sandboxów znajdujących się na Steamie.

Ma w sobie wszystko co powinna mieć gra zdolna do pochłonięcia naszego cennego czasu, w taki sposób aby nie był on daremnie spędzony.

Po kilku godzinach rozgrywki zakochałem się. Oto rzeczy, które mnie w tej grze urzekły:
- wyjątkowy klimat
- piękna grafika
- dosyć rzadkie w grach 2D
- wiele przedmiotów, mobów, potworów, bossów
- na początku wydaje się dosyć trudna, lecz po jakimś czasie walka z potworami i bossami to już przyjemność
- cena adekwatna do przyjemności i rozrywki, którą daje gra.

Moja ocena końcowa to 8.5/10 ~wert
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7 z 10 osób (70%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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To jest dobra recenzja.
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1 z 1 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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Best game ever with using blocks ;) It's very tons of : action , items , blocks ,ENYTHING
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Najlepiej gra sie z kolegami
ktorych ja nie mam :(
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Awesome, i give Terraria/10
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Gra fajna , wciągająca.
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1 z 2 osób (50%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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Najleprza gra na świecie!!!
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Fajna Gra Podobna do minecraft ale w 2D czekam rzeby zrobili Terrarie 3D polecam graczom z fantazjoł
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1 z 8 osób (13%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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1/5
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244 z 266 osób (92%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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Introduction
I am RariDash. I would like to apologize for anything that is miss-spelled or any grammar issues. Thank you.
If you'd like to skip straight to Pro's & Con's, please move to the bottom of the page. Thank you.

How I Found Out About "Terraria"
I found out about Terraria the same way I use to always find games, YouTube. I randomly came across a video called "Terraria". I took a look, and instantly fell in love with what I saw, and knew I had to have the game for myself. It looked like a great combination of gerne' that I love to bits. Being a Minecraft fan since the beggining of Alpha, I knew I MUST have it.

Unfair First Impressions
When ever you ask someone about Terraria, read a review, or watch a video, 95% of the time you hear "Minecraft clone" or "2D Minecraft". Which is incorrect on so many levels. If you have heard this many times, and are thinking twice about actually playing Terraria, please read on as it is nothing like Minecraft.

Review Of Terraria
Terraria is a very unique game for what it does. There have been games like it in the past, but the amount of content and play ability is beyond anything I've ever seen before.

Terraria is a sandbox, RPG, action, etc. 2D game. It does it's thing very well. I haven't noticed any UI bugs, or ones that I have, are fixed almost instantly after the patch is released. The gameplay it provides is not only smooth, it is addicting and fun. The combat system in the game is perfect for me, and a lot of others. There are so many enemy types in this game that are not copy paste, each one does their own thing and has their own weaknesses & strength's

Example on the kind of enemies you could come across.
Normal walking/running enemies, that have a soul objective to charge you until death. These may include enemies like the zombie or skeleton.
As there are other enemies who will do the same thing, but in a different way (So not everything is copy/paste.). Like the slime enemy type, which come in many varieties, which will bounce towards you. Or the spider enemy type, which will walk on the ground, but can also climb on the walls to get to you quicker. Just to name a few.

"Well, how do I defend myself against these enemies?"
Good question. Let's get that.

Items & Furniture
This is where Terraria gets big. Even though the world's are limited, they provide so much that you could spend 800 hours of game time on a single small world and still have many things to do.

In the world of Terraria, there are alternate versions of almost everything. What I mean by this is, each world you have will not be the same. For example, there is a 50/50 chance when loading a world to have the default version of something, or the alternate. Such as the music that plays, there are different tracks for the same biomes, just depends on what random one you got. Or for textures on things like, grass, and trees. Also things like ore, in a default world you would have Copper as your basic ore, but in an alternate world, you'd have Tin as your basic ore. What this does is really expands the play time someone can spend in Terraria. Allowing a single person to play the game over and over, and never have the same experience.

Below the surface are loads of blocks, dirts, ores, and more. Ore like Copper, Tin, Lead, Iron, Silver, Platinum, Gold, Cobalt, etc. And blocks like normal dirt, clay, stone, mud, cobwebs, and so many more. You need these ores to make your weapons and armor. You can find treasure deep underground, that holds many valuable things. You can increase your maximum health by finding Life Crystals underground.

The weapon range in this game is massive. You even have magic weapons, like spell books, and mana weapons. There are also bows, swords, pickaxes, axes, guns, lazers, cannons, familiars, and so much more.

I won't get into to much detail here, but the amount of content in this game is massive, and it's still being updated. Sure, Terraria has been through some rough times with updates, but when it gets an update, the update is full of new things and changes.

Pro's & Con's (Overall Rating)
Overall, Terraria is a great game that you can spend hours of time in, and still be having fun in many years to come. It's a steal for the price of $9.99, and especially when there is a sale that lowers the game to $2.00 or less. This game is definitely a choice for sandbox gamers looking for an easy to slip into, addicting experience.

Pro's:
+Loads of content for hours of game time.
+Great combat system.
+Smooth gameplay, that's easy to slip into.
+Provides a good challenge.
+Fun and creative boss battles.
+Amazing side events that you cannot resist.

Con's:
-No infinite world option.
-Still no easy way to download mods/texture packs.

Overall rating: Is about a 14/15 (Must Own!)

Credits & Disclaimer
Thank you for taking the time to read my review, I hope this helped out with your decision on whether to make a purchase or not.

Remember, this review is based off of opinion only. You may not think the same way as me towards something, but that's okay, because we are all human.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
128 z 158 osób (81%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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I was digging and a spooky skellytun sp00ked me.
10/10 needs spook alerts
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72 z 84 osób (86%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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The best casual sandbox game out there. Other popular games just fail to stand up to what Terraria has become
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102 z 131 osób (78%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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Better then Minecraft.
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64 z 82 osób (78%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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I literally flooded the entire world.

10/10
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38 z 44 osób (86%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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I Myself enjoy building, mining and open ended games. This is something different though. It combines the adventurous feeling of "path of exile" and the 2D yet amazing type of art of "starbound" and "edge of space". This came as a gift from my brother. He noticed that I was getting kinda left out because a few of my friends could play it and I didn't have it, so he spent his own money, or steam credit, to buy me this game. It is worth the cost and will bring you a lot of enjoyment. Thanks bro.

Many people would call this "2D Minecraft" and "pointless, silly and plain rubbish". I however disagree, as this game has more enemies, bosses, items, biomes and many more. This game is out on many platforms and I simply love this game. 9.5/10. I would like to give my thanks to re-logic and the rest of the group for this game. It is astoundingly beautiful.

I shall now talk about the gameplay. You may customize your character's original look, and can have extra items in your accessories bar to increase strentgh, allow double jump, save you from from injuries by dodging, etc. You also have a vanity bar to put on cloths over your armour, therefore letting you have a nice amount of defense without clamping down on your style. You have a bigger inventory and hotbar than minecraft and better items, too. You can be wearing a big bulky helmet made of toughened mushroom while also wearing a rainbow coloured bowler hat. I personally collect hats as a hobby, so I could wear a turquoise fez or boater while also have on a high end helm. The multiplayer allows pvp, and it's own version of ctf (capture the gem). It also has teams, allowing you to play pvp in a group if your friends without killing each other. This game has a wide range of NPCs, ranging from an arms dealer to a party girl. The nurse can be a bit rude though... But I don't care. She gets the job done. You can build a condo by the ocean, or a mansion in the roots of a tree. You can hollow out hell, or reside in the clouds. You could even build a secret hideout hidden in a lava pool. The crafting is fun, you can make potions easier than in minecraft, and the traders don't go "HMMM". That is an automatic upgrade.I just love this game, and if anybody says that it is bad, then I have a tear run down my cheek. Just joking.

I would like to thank: Redigit, D-town, Cenx, Crowno, Will, Aaron, Jim, and anybody else who helped make this game. I have changed my rating from earlier: 10/10. Terraria has a lot of potential, yet is still a FANTASTIC game.

Anyway you look at it, it is full of colour and beauty. Thanks. This is a true game.
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It's like Skyrim with guns
10/10

-IGN
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57 z 77 osób (74%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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Better then minecraft
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32 z 37 osób (86%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
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Boy, I remember buying this game when the 1.1 update came out. At that point I thought it was a well-done game, but when 1.2 was released, this game became one of my all time favourites.

To get things out of the way, this game is definitely inspired by Minecraft. It takes its elements such as mining, exploring, fighting monters at night, and crafting (along with others), but turns to dial to 11. The part of the game that feels the most "Minecraft-y" is when you start off in your world, but after that point the games true colours will start to show through. For clarification, I'm not here to compare this to Minecraft (which I still think is a great game), or even bash it. I'm here to tell you why you should buy Terraria, so let's get to that.

First off, here's a few questions: Do you like sandbox games? Do you like games that have a retro 2D twist to them? Do you like playing with friends or by yourself? If your answers were yes, or in the the case of the last one either of the answers, then you might as well have just already bought the game. Not convinced? Ok then.

In Terraria, you start off in a forest, with measly copper tools. It's your job to build a shelter before night comes, to build better equipment, and to start mining. As I said earlier, this is where the game feels the most like a 2D Minecraft, but stick with me. Later on you'll gain NPC's which all provide unique services (such as a merchant, or a nurse), and realize how expansive the game really is.

Thought that forest you started in was too cliché? Well, wait until you encounter the fiery depths of the Underworld, the blood-curling Crimson, the barran Desert's, or the monster infested Dungeon. These all have their own unique identity in terms of both looks, monsters, and geometry. Think zombies, slimes, and demon eyes are all pathetic losers? Well, wait until you fight an army of Goblin's, a horde of Demon's, and even a legion of blood-thirsty Snowmen. Hate your dinky copper equipment? Wait until you rock a full suit of Shroomite armour, weaponized with a sniper rifle and a rocket launcher. Where you end up in this game is amazing, the journey even more so. I could NEVER give the game justice when it comes to describing how much content and variety exists, so go take a look at the Terraria Wiki. Actually, experience it for yourself.

In terms of sound, each monster may have a growl or roar or whatever, but to be honest it's not something you'll really notice. The music though, it's quite amazing. Each envirnment has its own track, which creates an atmosphere you would expect out of a boss battle, a desert, or a snow forest. As for the graphics themself, the game has a very nice retro appeal to it, which is very charming and nice to look at.

Progressing however is where the games structure, and even some of its faults start to show up. Progressing through the game involves you killing bosses, which are all unique challenges by the way. You evetually reach Hardmode, where your world transforms with more equipment to get, more monsters to kill, and more bosses and events to fight. However, once you kill a boss called Plantera the games main problem shows up: You need to grind. Now, to be fair their currently isn't a whole lot more progressing at this point, but getting the best equipment can take you a while. Actually, it could take you a shorter amount of time, or even a longer amount of time. That's another problem here: The RNG. There's only a certain chance some items will drop from slain monsters, which is also another issue with the game. Luckily, developer Re-logic is currently working on some more balencing changes, which should be helpful when the endgame update comes out.

Oh yes, the developer. Re-logic is amazing when it comes to making Terraria. They listen to their community and regularily keeps in touch with them, and all the post-laucnh content for the game is FREE. No DLC. No micro-transactions. All FREE content. And even though the main dev at Re-logic wont be working on the game anymore after the next update, the game will still be developed for however long it will be.

So, in short, Terraria is an excellent game. This review itself does NOT give the game enough justice for just how great it is. For $10, Terraria is a grab. Even the problems I listed above shouldn't minimze your enjoyment of the game, as you'll still have fun throughout your journey. Not every game needs a AAA budget, or a great story to be amazing. And that's Terraria. A 9.5/10 from me, in it's current state (v. 1.2.4.1). When 1.3 releases I'll be sure to edit this review as well.
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