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Update: The Terraria contest is closed. Hope you enjoy the game!
Original Story: Re-Logic and 505 Games' Terraria is all about exploring the title's massive world and crafting items, and now you can unearth and win your own copy of the game.
To celebrate today's release of Terraria: Collector's Edition for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation Network, we've got a handful of codes for the game to give away as well as one copy of the Collector's Edition.
For a shot at a code or The Collector's Edition, type some of your thoughts about the game in the comments section and we'll pick out the winners.
The Collector's Edition includes:
For more on the game and its exploration, crafting, boss battles, and more check out Ben's review and take a look at the trailer below.
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Ever since Terraria came out for the PC in 2011, I was in love. The world is just so cleverly designed, with all sorts of well designed and creative monsters lurking about. It's one of the best games of all time, and it's sadly underrated.
Some of my friends say this is just a cheap rip of minecraft but I think it looks deeper in terms of gameplay. Also love the falling eyeball.
It intrigues me to play indie games like this, as they inspire me to come up with creative ideas to one day design my own title! Looks cool, I would love to have one of those codes for Xbox 360!
Unicorns... that is all :)
OOooooh Magic Conch Shell could I have one copy of this super awesome extremely chocolately flavored with sprinkle on top game?
This game inspired me to try my hand at XNA also (the framework that was used to make it) When I found out it was just two guys who made such a fun and great game I knew I had to try and learn too. I'm still working on it but Terraria was really fun to play though.
I really enjoyed what I played of Terraria. It seemed like a well done, 2D version of minecraft. With the new updates on Console, I would love an excuse to pick the game up again. This time I could even play with my little brother.
Who can say they don't remember their first time fighting a wall of flesh that shoots lasers? Only people that have yet to play Terraria, that's who! I have enjoyed this game on steam for a while now in both pvp and coop play, and I can say that this game has a lot of awesome depth to it. Each environment is different and searching the world for meteor crash sites is both dangerous and rewarding. Not to mention that the amount of boss enemies in the game is surprisingly large and the difficultly level stays fresh you build your own skills and summon super bosses. I love the game and I really recommend it!
Every time I see this game I'm tempted to buy it on my PC but none of my friends are PC Gamers :/ I'd love to get a copy of this for the xbox360 just to show them how good this game is, so I can convince them to buy it too!
Looks like a really unique and great game would really like to try it for xbox
i have it on my pc which i never play because i prefer to play on the couch, from what i played i think its good
I haven't played Terraria yet but it looks like I could get lost in it.
I don't really know much about this game. I have heard great things about it and would love to give it a try and a free copy would be a great way to introduce me to the game :)
Didn't really give terraria a chance at first but after I played the demo I was hooked. I can spend hours upon hours doing random stuff and getting literally nothing done; all while having the best time of my life.
I personally find this game very entertaining. While it lacks the same depth of creation that Minecraft has, I really enjoy caving and traversing through the 2-D world of Terraria.
At first glance you look at it and see the 8 bit graphics and say, this can't be like minecraft, just look at it. But calling this game a Minecraft clone is like calling Medal of Honor a Call of Duty Clone.. It's not. This is what happens when a small time developer see the possibilities and bends the the world (and code) to their likeness. This is the spawn of creativity and imagination, all with the idea place by Notch. That beside said, instead of calling this a clone, its more or less a tip of the hat to Minecraft, which opened doors for many clones, mods, and other talented hacked versions of the game. Terreria really brings a lot to the table.
I've played this on and off since it was released. It is quite a fun game, but can get pretty tough. It's my 2D Minecraft on steroids!
I love giant floating eyeballs as much as the next guy, so this game is right up my alley. I've heard a lot of great things about the exploration that this game has to offer and I always like to "dig" deep into games and find their different secrets. That collectors edition would be an amazing addition to my game library and it would be awesome if I could receive such a gift.
P.S. I'm more of a PS3 kinda cat myself, but either flies.