Excerpt: Trine is a really cool downloadable game on the Playstation 3 (PS3), and Personal Computer (PC). Players have three characters that they rotate around depending upon the situation. There is a female thief, a male knight, and a male wizard.
Excerpt: If we told you Trine was a side-scrolling puzzle platformer, you’d probably think, ‘Wow, another one’. It feels like there is a new side-scrolling downloadable game every week, but rest assured, Trine is able to stand out as one of the best on the market today.
Conclusion: Trine 2 's solid-if-unspectacular gameplay gets bumped up by stunning visuals and the fantastic inclusion of online co-op. Those that enjoy puzzle platforming will not be disappointed here, but don't expect much evolution from the original game.
Summary: Trine , which came out in 2009, was a mixture of platforming, physics puzzles, and action with RPG elements. While some of these elements were stronger than others, the ability to switch between three different character types at will to solve puzzles and advance in the game made for quite the...
Conclusion: Thankfully for the most part the scrapping is lighthearted and comical, and definitely secondary to building makeshift bridges, swinging across ravines and generally letting the glorious worldcraft fill your skull like a sugary cocktail of fermented children’s dreams.
Excerpt: Trine is a 2D puzzle-platformer from developer Frozenbyte for the PlayStation Network. The gameplay is physics based and uses an old world fantasy setting as a backdrop for the mythical action.
This gorgeous action platformer is fun on your own or with a couple of friends.
27 October 2009
Summary: Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but it's hard to imagine any beholder finding Trine to be anything but beautiful. Few 2D platformers have been rendered with this kind of visual grace.
Pros: Sublime visual design, Fun and breezy physics-based puzzles and platforming, Smooth, satisfying controls, Co-op play can be riotous fun
Cons: The physics can lead to frustration, Interface hides co-op play