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Terraria: How To Craft The Shellphone

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Terraria: How To Craft The Shellphone

This article will show you how to get the Shellphone in Terraria. In Terraria, the Shellphone is a teleportation device that combines the functions of the Cell Phone, the Magic Conch, and the Demon Conch. For those who don’t know, the Cell Phone lets you go back to your base whenever you want, while the Magic Conch takes you to the Ocean biome, which is further away from where you started. Also, the Demon Conch will send you straight to the central depths of the Underworld biome near the bottom of the map.

So, if you use the Shellphone, your character will cycle-teleport to these places, letting you cover huge distances quickly and without limits. In Terraria, the Tinkerer’s Workshop lets you combine several useful items to make the legendary Shell Phone, which takes 12 different tools to make. This handy tool can be used in many ways. For example, it lets players teleport to their unique spawn point, their Home, the Ocean, or the Underworld. It also shows a lot of useful stats, no matter if the player likes to go caving or grind mobs. This helpful guide will show you how to get the Shellphone in Terraria.

1. How to get the Shellphone in Terraria

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Terraria: How To Craft The Shellphone
  1. The strategy to get a Shellphone requires the following items: Cell Phone, Magic Conch, Demon Conch, and a Tinkerer’s Workshop.
  2. If you’ve been playing Terraria for a while, you might already have these items. If not, that’s the difficult part.
  3. The Tinkerer’s Workshop can be purchased from the Goblin Tinkerer for 10 Gold Coins.
  4. The Magic Conch can be found in Mirage and Oasis Crates (12.5% drop chance) or in Sandstone Chests (14.39% drop chance).
  5. The Demon Conch is a rare item that can be found by fishing in lava.
  6. The Cell Phone is the hardest item to obtain. It requires finding or crafting all its component parts first.
  7. To make the Cell Phone, you need to combine a Magic Mirror or Ice Mirror with a PDA.
  8. Making the Cell Phone requires a total of 13 original constituent items:
    • Compass
    • Depth Meter
    • DPS Meter
    • Fisherman’s Pocket Guide
    • Gold or Platinum Watch
    • Lifeform Analyzer
    • Weather Radio
    • Metal Detector
    • Radar
    • Sextant
    • Stopwatch
    • Tally Counter
    • Magic/Ice Mirror
  9. Before making the Cell Phone, you also need to defeat Skeletron.

2. About Terraria

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Terraria is a sandbox game with action and adventure that was made by Re-Logic. On May 16, 2011, the game came out for Windows. Since then, it has been ported to several other platforms. In a procedurally generated 2D world, the player can explore, craft, build, paint, and fight with different creatures. Terraria got mostly good reviews, and by 2022, it had sold over 44 million copies, which put it in the top ten best-selling video games.

Terraria is a 2D sandbox game where the main activities are exploring, building, crafting, fighting, staying alive, and mining. It can be played alone or with other people. The multiplayer game’s graphics are made up of 2D sprites that look like the 16-bit sprites on the Super NES. The game is known for having a classic exploration-and-adventure style of play, like the Metroid series and Minecraft.

The game starts in a procedurally generated world, with basic tools and a non-player character (NPC) guide to help players get started and pay attention to important parts of the game and how to move forward. The world of the game is made up of many layers of tiles that players can move around and change. When you look around in caves, you can find many useful things, like metal ores. Players start with low health and mana, but they can improve them by finding and making certain items.

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