Summary: I was bored on a Sunday afternoon and decided to pick this up because of its great reviews and low price. It certainly didn't fail to impress. Your 3 characters are bound by the Trine which allows you to switch back and forth between them; each has a different set of abilities that allow you to solve scenarios in your own way (moving boxes, jumping puzzles, and combat to name a few). As I've discovered, there isn't a right or wrong way play through it.
I haven't played it yet but I am sure I will love it
Amodeus1971 "Amodeus1971", Amazon
31 December 2013
Summary: The reason I am writing this review while downloading the game is because I have read other reviews stating it doesn't have the Steam key, which it doesn't. Steam does sell this game though for $.99 only problem is the Steam version is only 1 player which may be fine when for some but I have a wife and son who both like playing this style of game.
Summary: You know to be honest i dont play side scrolling platformer usually but this game cannot be passed up ..... even the soundtrack is worth more than $1, Amazon reigns supreme in my opinion and this is evidence to that fact! And beside all that these dev's that form "Frozenbyte" yeh lets all try to get on their level and play this amazing game!
Summary: I got this game for 1.25. With over 10 hours of puzzle solving, button mashing entertainment -- at less than 13 cents an hour, I fail to see how one can go wrong with this game. At times, there were minor glitches but the game looks visually beautiful. Highly Recommend.
Summary: I guess I did things backwards. I played the Wii U Trine 2 Director's Cut first after I got it cheap during an eShop sale then once I finished it and went through T2 withdrawal I bought Trine for the PC. There isn't much difference between the two although T2 has nicer graphics but not that much better. I found I was playing Trine (1 and 2) far more than games I paid $40-$60 for. The graphics are pretty and the music is relaxing.