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Terraria is available now on the Google Play store, 505 Games announced. The Android version of the sandbox adventure game includes an android robot character for players to find and team up with as well as Facebook-integrated Game Services leaderboards and achievements.

Terraria is free for players to download and try, and the full version costs $4.99 to unlock. The game landed on iOS in late August and will soon launch on the Windows Phone platform.

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505 Games, a global publisher of video games, today announced the release of Terraria for Android devices. Terraria is an indie sandbox adventure game with an emphasis on crafting and exploration set in vast and vibrant worlds. The game has received universal acclaim with millions of "Terrarians" embarking on their own adventures since the game's release on PC, consoles and iOS devices. Gamers on the go will discover more than a dozen environments and face treacherous perils including over 75 twisted foes, magical creatures and villainous bosses.

Google Play™ exclusives include:

A lovable Android robot the player can find to join for the adventure.
Game Services leader boards and achievements include Facebook integration so players can share screenshots of their adventures and creations.
Terraria's controls have been completely redesigned and every aspect of the game has been tweaked and balanced to give players the perfect Terraria experience on the go. The game has full support for Android tablets and phones to maximize players' experience on their device of choice.

Terraria is available as a try and buy with a free download and a $4.99 game unlock.

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