Edge of Space and Terraria Hook Up, Make an Omegatron Baby


HandyMan Studios and Re-Logic have joined forces on the most epic indie sandbox game crossover collaboration ever, debuting this holiday weekend at PAX Prime. Operatives of the Ark Corporation in sci-fi terraforming adventure Edge of Space will now be able to face off against the mighty Omegatron, a cybernetically enhanced recreation of the Skeletron boss from Terraria. You know, that other sandbox game about a gajillion people have played at this point. Maybe you’ve heard of it.

“We are really excited to have this crossover content and we have some cool stuff planned,” said Jake Crane, lead designer and founder of HandyMan Studios. “Terraria has been a great inspiration for those developers creating massive, open worlds that put players in control of their destiny.”

Terraria‘s creator, Andrew “Redigit” Spinks, also voices his approval of Edge of Space:

“I’m really digging the potential of Edge of Space. If you’re a fan of my game, then there is a good chance you’re really going to love the insane monsters, wild weapons, and flexible creation content of Edge of Space. They are a great group of passionate developers and I am glad to get to know them, and it could turn out to be one of the best sci-fi games in the genre.”

Wanna join the sci-fi sandbox party? $11.99 will get you into the current in-production Steam Early Access version. Or you can wait until the full launch this fall and pay $14.99. Your call.

Now let’s watch what happens when Edge of Space and Terraria get together!

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