Crossover content

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Crossover Content is content added from a different game or other media, while the other game also adopts some content from Terraria, with mutual permission. Homages and references, however, are not crossover content.

Edge of Space[edit | edit source]

Edge of Space is a 2D sandbox game developed by Handyman Studios, similar in gameplay to Terraria, but in a space setting.

Reciprocal content[edit | edit source]

Edge of Space has a boss, "Omegatron", which is based on Skeletron.

Pixel Piracy[edit | edit source]

Pixel Piracy is a 2D real-time strategy game developed by Quadro Delta and published by Re-Logic. To celebrate the publishing deal, version 1.2.4 added crossover content into Terraria.[1]

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The weapon Starfury is present in Pixel Piracy.

Worms 3[edit | edit source]

Worms 3 is a mobile game which in 2013 received crossover content from Terraria[2]. In return, the mobile version of Terraria received some Worms 3 content in the 2014 Hardmode Update. This content has since been removed from Terraria's Android Android and Apple iOS iOS versions, but is still available on the Windows Phone Windows Phone and 3DS version versions.

Reciprocal content[edit | edit source]

Worms 3 received customization sprites looking like the Molten Helmet, Hallowed Mask, Mythril Hood, Mining Helmet, Top Hat, Archaeologist's Hat, as well as five Terraria-themed gravestones and Terraria sound effects ("speechbank").

Dungeon Defenders 2[edit | edit source]

Dungeon Defenders 2 is a 3D tower-defense game developed by Chromatic Games which has crossover content in Terraria since version 1.3.4Desktop, Console, and Mobile versions. Its setting is called "Etheria" so elements from this game are called "Etherian" to distinguish from the Terrarian versions when ambiguity could exist, such as for example between Etherian Mana and Mana, or Etherian Goblin and Goblin.

The game features four core classes, which are represented in Terraria by the selection of player equipment.

Class Sentries Tier 2 Armor Tier 3 Armor Tier 2 Weapon(s) Tier 3 Weapon Accessory
Apprentice Flameburst Rod Flameburst Cane Flameburst Staff
Apprentice armorApprentice Dark Artist armorDark Artist Tome of Infinite WisdomTome of Infinite Wisdom Betsy's WrathBetsy's Wrath Apprentice's ScarfApprentice's Scarf
Huntress Explosive Trap Rod Explosive Trap Cane Explosive Trap Staff
Explosive Trap
Huntress armorHuntress Red Riding armorRed Riding Phantom PhoenixPhantom Phoenix Aerial BaneAerial Bane Huntress's BucklerHuntress's Buckler
Monk Lightning Aura Rod Lightning Aura Cane Lightning Aura Staff
Lightning Aura
Monk armorMonk Shinobi Infiltrator armorShinobi Infiltrator Sleepy OctopodSleepy Octopod
Ghastly GlaiveGhastly Glaive
Sky Dragon's FurySky Dragon's Fury Monk's BeltMonk's Belt
Squire Ballista Rod Ballista Cane Ballista Staff
Squire armorSquire Valhalla Knight armorValhalla Knight Brand of the InfernoBrand of the Inferno Flying DragonFlying Dragon Squire's ShieldSquire's Shield

Sentries and armor sets are bought with Defender Medals from the Tavernkeep when the corresponding tiers are unlocked (Tier 1 is available from the start, one Mechanical Boss defeated in Hardmode for Tier 2, Golem defeated for Tier 3). Tier 2 weapons and accessories are dropped by the Ogre while Tier 3 weapons are dropped by Betsy.

Other content includes:

All the crossover content in Terraria is obtained through the Tavernkeep NPC, either directly from him or indirectly by triggering the Old One's Army event.

Reciprocal content[edit | edit source]

As part of the crossover, Dungeon Defenders 2 incorporated some Terraria content as well.

Minecraft[edit | edit source]

Minecraft is a 3D sandbox game developed by Mojang which has crossover content in Terraria since 1.2.1.

Reciprocal content[edit | edit source]

  • Jens Bergensten has officially claimed that the summon mechanism of the Wither, one of the bosses in Minecraft, was inspired by the boss summon mechanics of Terraria.[3]
  • One of Minecraft's title screen splash messages says: "Also try Terraria!".
  • The honey block from Minecraft closely mirrors several functionalities from the Honey Block of Terraria, including the sidling downwards mechanic.

One Drop[edit | edit source]

One Drop is a yoyo manufacturer. In, Console, and Mobile versions, the following One Drop yoyos were added to Terraria:

Reciprocal content[edit | edit source]

In turn, One Drop released real-life yoyos designed after the TerrarianTerrarian[4][5] and KrakenKraken.[6]

References[edit | edit source]