Terraria, the acclaimed 2D sandbox game, has just been updated on Android. Among other things, the latest version adds support for Bluetooth controllers. On top of that, the… Continue reading
Earlier today we posted about 505 Games unveiling that they would be bringing their critically acclaimed game Brothers – A Tale of Two Son to mobile devices later this year. Well the company also has other mobile goodness happening at E3 2015 besides Brothers – A Tale of Two Son being there and coming to Android.
As we get closer to Christmas more and more games are being updated with holiday themed content for gamers to enjoy. Three notable games have had updates pushed out with holiday themed goodies to enjoy and while the Angry Birds Seasons update landed last week, Terraria and Temple Run 2 both were updated within the last 24 hours.
Terraria was just recently released onto Android last month and we are already talking about the sequel. Details regarding the actual Terraria 2 game are pretty scarce but there is a good reason for that, development on the actual game itself hasn’t really even started yet. With that said, we do know a few things regarding the launch of the sequel and what platforms will be getting the game.
Today is already shaping up to be a pretty good Thursday in terms of game releases for Android. We already have King of Fighters-A 2012 arriving onto Google Play and we now also have 505 Games publishing the rather popular sandbox game Terraria onto Android as well. Technically it actually was released yesterday but that’s alright, we’ll include it in today’s releases instead.
The rather popular side-scrolling sandbox game Terraria has been officially announced as coming to mobile platforms this Summer. The game looks to be published onto Android and iOS by 505 Games and while there was no specific platforms mentioned in the announcement, so hopefully it means both Android and iOS will be getting Terraria when it is released.
While the developers of the hit indie game Terraria did not give permission to Brad Gearon to make an official port of their game, he has gone ahead and made his own game in the style of Terraria. It now has a new name as well as some new details about when it is coming and what it will cost.
Back when Minecraft was still in beta a lot of other developers were making their own Minecraft clones or games similar to Minecraft. While Terraria isn’t really a clone or that similar to Minecraft, it was being developed during that period and does feature the whole digging and exploring theme.