Trine Previews - PS3

  • Publisher: Nobilis
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  • Developer: Frozenbyte
  • Release Date:Oct 22, 2009
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E10+ - Everyone 10+ (Mild Fantasy Violence, Use of Alcohol)
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Game Description: Frozenbyte takes the platforming genre to the next level with Trine, an old school-inspired game focusing on players swapping between three different characters -- Wizard, Thief, Warrior. Most of Trine involves solving physics-based puzzles by switching characters and finding the right solution between the three.
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    Trine Interview With Frozenbyte CEO Lauri Hyv?rinen

    Frozenbyte has come out of nowhere with Trine, a beautiful physics-based 2D platformer that has players transforming between a wizard, a thief and a knight. Trine was released on the PC over the summer should be on the PlayStation Network soon enough. With the game's console debut almost here, I spoke with Frozenbyte CEO Lauri Hyv?rinen about Trine.

    Posted: Sep 16, 2009

  • Trine "Path Of The New Dawn" DLC Trailer

    Posted: July 19, 2010

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  • Trine Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: September 15, 2009

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