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Submitted by Mintyrebel 436d ago | interview

Andrew “Redigit” Spinks Talks Indies in the Next Gen and Terraria Mobile Port

Ryan from OnlySP writes:

"Re-Logic is the development studio behind the highly successful 2011 indie title, Terraria. I [Ryan] recently had the opportunity to speak to the mastermind behind the 2D sandbox game, Andrew Spinks, about the upcoming mobile port of the game, what the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles have to do to help indies thrive and where he views the single player experiences in the next generation." (Mobile, PC, PS Vita, Re-Logic, Terraria)

UNGR  +   436d ago
They couldn't port it to console correctly so I'd imagine a mobile port wouldn't be any better. Go on the Terraria wiki and be shocked by the amount of known and recoreded bugs on console. Absolutely disgusting, they better hope they get the mobile port right or their days as a developer are done. It's sad because the concept is great, but they gave us a late Alpha of the game.

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