Re-Logic is looking to bring its popular indie acton adventure sandbox title Terraria to Mac and Linux platforms, the developer has revealed.
A post on the game's official site announces that the team is currently exploring the possibility of ports that will be compatible with existing data – such as worlds and characters – in the Windows PC edition.
"In full transparency, both of these versions are very much in development, so we cannot make any promises as to a launch date — or even if they will ultimately be feasible — but we wanted to make sure that our long-suffering Mac/Linux fans know that we are working diligently to bring Terraria to their platform," the developer states.
Re-Logic also intends to gift the Mac and Linux versions to those who already own the PC version on Steam.
Terraria is currently available on Android, iOS PS3, PS Vita, Windows PC, Windows Phone and Xbox 360. The game is scheduled for launch on PS4 and Xbox One later this year as well.