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Minecraft, just 2d, a lot harder, more RPG, and more fun.
Terraria in a nutshell is like Minecraft in some ways, survive and thrive gathering resources to further your base. Craft stuff, make super weapons to slay enemies, build in a block format and has some multiplayer.
However that is where minecraft ends and Terraria begins.
Terraria has more of a 'story' with the main goal of the game is to fight the many bosses around the land while fighting off the undead at night and other threats as you journey underground. The game has a main endgoal like Minecraft with the Wall of Flesh. Then Hardmode comes in AKA you will die a lot fast. Everything else is up to the player.
So many assessories more than minecraft on a level of a JRPG to counter debuffs, increase defense and provide ways to survive and get to new areas like the ability to swim to not get frozen to other many options to customize your character. Another way Terraria passes Minecraft is how you can deck out your character. Instead of being stuck with a bow and an Iron Sword you can make your character a mage with a lot of magic spells or a gunner with a troubling gun stash on the character making every character different and you can change up your playing style to match your character. Like shooting things from a far? Pick up a Minishark. Like cutting through enemies. Try for the Terra Blade. The number of possiblities are endless.
The multiplayer of the game is rather decent so if you and a batch of friends want to go through the game you can go through the game with the friends, including the possibility of death matches, or multiplayer playthroughs. It can have some issues and will become almost a requirement for endgame in a way, which will lead with my downsides.
The game is rather difficult to new players, especially when Hardmode comes. When that mode enters, which cannot be reversed, you will get destroyed by enemies that will deal over 100 damage per second when the max health at this time is 400 while your weapons will not deal much damage. This difficulty spike is a major downside and if you don't have friends to play with these times will be very hard even when the end of hardmode does come around with the best of stuff you are still at the disadvantage. Some of the bosses are easy like the first boss but the hardmode bosses can destroy players due to how they spawn at the beginning of Hardmode and those unfortunate to be around will get destroyed without better stuff. Some of said better stuff can only be obtained with loot from those bosses. The multiplayer will almost become a requirement for the endgame due to the Event moons where you will be fighting endless hordes of enemies that deal 100+ damage come at you, even with several boss level enemies kill you. Hardmode itself on a good player is not that bad just the difficulty spike is not the best for most players and how brutal the endgame can be. But that is a part of the appeal of the game. Bitter difficulty is not always a bad thing.
In the end Terraria is a good game to play if you have the friends to play or if you really enjoy Minecraft and RPGs. If you feel you want the difficult game and want variety then I would recommend this game. If I had to give this game a rating, I would give it an 8.5/10, mostly because of that difficulty spike.