Terraria [official site] has been around for quite some time now, but the game's vast world, and the dev team's continued dedication to maintaining it, keeps people coming back for more. The Terraria 1.3.2 update is out now, bringing parties, chest sorting, and more to the 2D sandbox adventure.
With the patch, players are encouraged to party, with a host of supplies to get you off on the right foot, including party hats, streamers, balloons, presents and more. You can start your own party at the Party Girl's Party Center, or join in on a Town NPC's celebration when certain conditions are met.
If you're more of a homebody, though, there are updates for you, too. Chests are now sortable and rain clouds are craft-able. In other good news, NPCs will generally avoid falling into cliffs when they stray too far from home. That's a relief. Improvements have been made to the chat tags, too, keeping them from breaking in long lines of text. The update also fixes a number of bugs that caused imbalances in enemies and items or the game to crash. You can see the whole changelog here.
Already the Re-Logic team is looking ahead to the next update which focuses on the Underground Desert. There's no date set yet.