This is going to be a terrible night.

The townsfolk stave off an eyeball invasion in the first episode of Terraria: The Animated Series, a fan project that isn't affiliated with Re-Logic but made by people who obviously love the game.

I was pretty impressed with the animation and humor of this. Especially the skeleton. I wish the arms dealer had been around, though, and I'm surprised the guide wasn't there just to die immediately.

GregoPeck   Super Member wrote on 06/28/2014 at 06:01am

Yeah, the skeleton was pretty cool. The animation was really good. It looks like all the Minecraft parodies my son has watched. I've watch some of them, too, they're really cool.

jdodson   Admin wrote on 06/28/2014 at 04:50pm

Interesting.

Needless to say I __LOVE__ Terraria but I have mixed feelings about this. That said, it's good to see people doing interesting work with the universe.

GregoPeck   Super Member wrote on 06/28/2014 at 10:16pm

Speaking of Terraria, I must not have played it on my new PC until after I purchased Fallout 3. As I was waiting for Fallout 3 to download, I thought I'd play Terraria. Although, I found difficulty in getting my download of Fallout 3 to continue as I played Terraria. I found a bit of a work around for that issue, yet it didn't quite work out. Anyway, I loaded up Terraria, created a new character, and a new world. Instantly I noticed how slow my character was moving in the game. I did a search with Google to find out how to resolve that issue. One of the links I found said that really low-end and high-end PCs have issues with Terraria, the game moves in slow-motion. It was suggested to turn Frame Skip on, but I think it already was on when I tried it. I believe turning Frame Skip off seemed to work better for me. Still, I didn't play for very long since I couldn't get Fallout 3 to continue downloading while playing Terraria, so I ended up spending some time with my Wii U instead. I also recently realized that Terraria was not "optimized" with GeForce Experience. I changed that, but haven't tried it out yet.

Travis   Admin   Post Author wrote on 06/29/2014 at 08:16pm

Steam will automatically stop any downloads you have going when you start a game, but you can alt-tab out of games and restart the download.

GregoPeck   Super Member wrote on 06/29/2014 at 09:45pm

Yeah, that's the "fix" I mentioned, but I couldn't do it since the resume button didn't appear.

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