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Terraria Vs. Minecraft

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You choose the winner.

 
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happy tree friends

 
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Originally posted by riddleschool:

happy tree friends

this

 
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Black Ops 2

 
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I personally like Terraria more than Minecraft, but I haven’t played either for a while, so I don’t know about things that changed through updates in either of them.

 
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Terraria, Minecraft gets boring pretty quick.

 
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The 3D environment of Minecraft gives me more creative freedom when building, and whenever I quit and log back in, I appear exactly where I left off, whether I was deep in a cave or somewhere in the Nether.

The 2D environment of Terraria is more restrictive when it comes to building a shelter, and when I quit the game and return, I am teleported back to my house, which means that unless I play for sessions longer than an hour, I am never able to get too far from home, and I never get to experience the immersive terror of being truly lost.

Yes, Terraria has more items and enemies, but I still prefer Minecraft for its 3D environment and greater level of immersion.

 
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I found Terraria more fun, but after I obtained a majority of the gear in it I couldn’t quite enjoy it as much as I did. Even after starting a new save and map.

I mainly use Minecraft as a time waster.

 
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MInecraft. It’s in my avatar!

 
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I’m an avid Terraria fan, so Terraria. I’m waiting for the update on May.

 
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Minecraft.

 
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Originally posted by riddleschool:

happy tree friends

That’s not a game.

 
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Well, if you wish combat with minior building, Terraria, if you wish building with minior combat, Minecraft.

I blive there is no “best” one here.

 
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Originally posted by GamerGuy75:
Originally posted by riddleschool:

happy tree friends

That’s not a game.

well….no.
Unless, of course, he is referring to the elves of dwarf fortress, who will leave in an annoyed huff if you offer them anything made of wood, or decorated with wood. Guess what they offer you?
wood, stuff made of wood, and stuff decorated with wood.

 
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There are more objectives in Terraria than there are in Minecraft. If you would like more RPG-aspect in a game, then Terraria might be better. Minecraft’s more of a creative sandbox.

I quit Minecraft after a creeper blew up a house I was building.

 
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Originally posted by CowFriend:

There are more objectives in Terraria than there are in Minecraft. If you would like more RPG-aspect in a game, then Terraria might be better. Minecraft’s more of a creative sandbox.

I quit Minecraft after a creeper blew up a house I was building.

Peacefull mode. creepers won’t bug you in peacefull.

 
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both are childs game and both suck d’s

 
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Peacefull mode. creepers won’t bug you in peacefull.

I really wouldn’t have continued playing that game even on an easier mode. I have problems playing a lot of FPS games, and I get dizzy after a few minutes playing them. That’s part of the reason why I’m not playing it anymore, but another part is also that there are too much to do and it’s hard for me to start up a good foundation.

 
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Originally posted by cesarcurado:

both are childs game and both suck d’s

CONTRADICTION.
one or the other must be false; the two things are not compatible. the latter is rated R, the former is rated G.
But if you want a “not for children” game,say, one that’s PG 13 rather than rated R, try dwarf fortress. ‘tis the most violent ASCII game I’ve ever seen. and violence, generally, only gives a PG13.

Originally posted by CowFriend:

Peacefull mode. creepers won’t bug you in peacefull.

I really wouldn’t have continued playing that game even on an easier mode. I have problems playing a lot of FPS games, and I get dizzy after a few minutes playing them. That’s part of the reason why I’m not playing it anymore, but another part is also that there are too much to do and it’s hard for me to start up a good foundation.

Ah, I see.

Well, I guess I can recommend dwarf fortress for you as well; there’s still a ton to do at the start, but the display won’t make you nautious.
Just remember that your first fort doesn’t count as a loss, because your first fort is all about interface learning.
:D

 
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Originally posted by fractalman:
Originally posted by cesarcurado:

both are childs game and both suck d’s

CONTRADICTION.
one or the other must be false; the two things are not compatible. the latter is rated R, the former is rated G.
But if you want a “not for children” game, try dwarf fortress. ‘tis the most violent ASCII game I’ve ever seen.

→ascii
→violent

lol

EDIT: wow ow look at this
how did i manage to do this

 
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Originally posted by cesarcurado:
Originally posted by fractalman:
Originally posted by cesarcurado:

both are childs game and both suck d’s

CONTRADICTION.
one or the other must be false; the two things are not compatible. the latter is rated R, the former is rated G.
But if you want a “not for children” game, try dwarf fortress. ‘tis the most violent ASCII game I’ve ever seen.

→ascii
→violent

lol

EDIT: wow ow look at this
how did i manage to do this

&, #, 8594

edited my post pretty much as you were posting. dwarf fortress: PG13.

 
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Minecraft!!! there is no competition

 
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Minecraft.

 
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I tried Terraria for a few weeks, but it didn’t really hook me into the game. Plus, I just joined servers and got epic items from them for my own world, so I basically got months worth of items in just 5 minutes.

I’ve been playing Minecraft since alpha, even though it has it’s dull moments, I still have fun with it.

 
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neither, cubeworld