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Mobile version Mobile-Only Content: This information applies only to the Mobile version of Terraria.

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For the mobile version history, see Mobile Version history.
For information and known issues regarding the 1.3 version, see this forums thread.

The mobile version of Terraria is published by 505 Games and developed by DR Studios.

It currently runs on Apple iOS iOS devices, Android Android devices, and Amazon Amazon devices. Windows Phone Windows Mobile devices are no longer supported and will not get further updates.

Mobile devices running version 1.3.0.7+ require at least Apple iOS iOS 8.0 / Android Android 4.3 and at least 1 GB of RAM (eg. iPhone 6, RCA Mercury 7L & Samsung Galaxy S3), although devices with 1.5 GB are necessary for playing on large worlds and are recommended to take advantage of the graphics settings (eg. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7” (2016), iPhone 6S or LG K8). 1.5 GB of RAM is also the minimum requirement to host an online world.[1]

The mobile version is available for purchase on the Apple App Store, on Google Play, on Amazon, and on the Microsoft store for $4.99.

Platform Date of last update Current Version Desktop Equivalent
Apple iOS iOS Sep 17, 2019[2] 1.3.0.7.3 (Build 100260) 1.3.0.7
Google Play Android (Google Play) Sep 12, 2019[3] 1.3.0.7.3 (Build 100260) 1.3.0.7
Amazon Android (Amazon) October 20, 2016 1.2.12801 1.2.4.1
Windows Phone Windows Phone July 25, 2016[4] 1.2.4.3 1.2.4.1

Terraria will be updated to 1.3 at a later date on Amazon devices.[5]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The screen size is slightly (tablet) / much (phone) smaller than the screen size of the Desktop version Desktop version and Console version Console version, which makes spotting critters and enemies from far away slightly (tablet) / much (phone) more difficult.
  • Multiplayer is supported for up to 8 iOS/Android players, both local and online.
  • Currently, Mobile is the last to receive updates among the actively updated versions. For example, it was the last version to be updated to 1.3.

Mobile-exclusive content[edit | edit source]

All mobile-exclusive content was removed with the mobile 1.3 update as part of "One Terraria", an effort by Re-Logic to give all platforms of the game an equal experience, and to one day allow for cross-platform multiplayer.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Prior to 1.3, the developers of the mobile version were Codeglue, in collaboration with RakNet.

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