While it is one of the higher system specs games on this list, Terraria is much more than meets the eye. While many people instantly call it a 2D clone of Minecraft, the truth of the matter is that Terraria has a much stronger focus on RPG and adventure elements than Minecraft does.
Players of Terraria can expect to toy with a whole bunch of different features from building, to weapons, magic, and more. The diversity of gameplay that the game has is only compounded by multiplayer modes, creator modes, and more. This plays to its benefit as the building adventure formula is pushed to limits that honestly make Minecraft look like utter garbage beside it.
And that's saying something...
Terraria is likely to cause side scrolling RPG flashbacks to many who play it for the first time... and in a good way.
Terraria can be found on the Steam Store for $9.99.