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  • Combines traditional 2D platformer gameplay with stunning full 3D graphics
  • Control all three heroes taking advantage of their individual strengths, weapons, and skills as they travel across a brand new fantasy world in this immersive platformer
  • Avoid deadly traps while using each character's special abilities to navigate challenging puzzles that all have multiple solutions
  • Search for powerful items and weapons that will make your heroes stronger Increase your characters skills and attributes as you gain experience
  • 4 difficulty levels from easy to very hard for the expert player. Up to 3 player co-op campaign on the same screen

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Platform: PC

In a kingdom facing chaos and forbidden magic, three heroes are bound (whether they like it or not) by a powerful artifact called “the Trine”. This unlikely trio are the only ones that can put an end to the reign of the dark sorcerer that rules the kingdom. Pontius the brave, Amadeus the magnificent and Zoya the silent will have come to together and use their different skills in order to face danger and restore peace.

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Release date September 8, 2009
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3.8 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #34,221 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 7.6 x 5.4 x 53 inches
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Platform for Display: PC
'Trine' is a 3rd person, horizontal platform scroller, which I downloaded through 'Steam'; the cost...$29.99

However, don't let my opening statement regarding 3rd person scroller, put you off; this is an interesting and addictive game. In fact it won the 'Best Downloadable game' by 'Gamespot's' 3E Editor's Choice Awards.

The Game:

Three characters (a wizard, a thief and a knight) are physically joined into one person by a magic object called the 'Trine'. They must travel (all the while using their collective skills of conjuring, jumping, swinging and fighting), an evil-laden labyrinth to escape, and thus return themselves into their individual persons.

Each character has different 'skills'. The wizard...object creation and levitation; the thief...a powerful bow and grappling-hook device; and the knight...a fighters sword and shield AND a hammer. Only one character can be activated at a time so you must determine which 'skills' are needed to accomplish the task/puzzle before you.

As you proceed along you will find 'treasure chests' with upgrades and bonuses; there are also experience points gained while fighting, with which you can upgrade your characters abilities and skills. And this is were the game really becomes interesting, because sometime these chests and bonus vials are just visible at screens edge, so you need to figure out a way to get to these precious objects, in order to obtain the bonuses contained within.

The only annoying thing about this game is the game-save method; games are automatically saved at game-generated checkpoints; if all characters die, you restart back at the last checkpoint reached...
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Platform for Display: PC
First of all, I would like to mention that I have NEVER before had problems with DRM protected games not working on my PC, or DRM messing up my PC. I am not one of those people who go around writing bad reviews for everything that has DRM on it, this is the first time I even decided to review a game on here.

While I am AGAINST DRM (the idea of it, and the principal) - this is the 1st time I have had a major issue with it. I bought this game (TRINE) at BEST BUY (the store... not online). I physically went down to the store, and purchased the actual game. I did NOT buy the digital download, or order it online.

I have an external USB DVD RAM Drive, and no CD / DVD drives inside my PC. I WAS able to install the game from the DVD, however, my drive was making all kinds of crazy noises (I swear, I thought my drive would take off and fly out of the room under it's own power - it sounded like a freakin' helicopter LOL), and the install went VERY SLOWLY, for a game of this type.

After installing, I tried to play the game and immediately got an error from the SecuROM CD verification check. It told me to insert the ORIGINAL CD, not a backup. Well, I never made a backup, and only used the original. I went to their website and checked for patches. Updating to the latest patch at the time (1.05) did not help either. I tried to register on their forums to get help, but after waiting for hours and hours, I never got the e-mail verification email from them (it's been 24 hours already - at the time of this review).

The publisher's site had some generic (BS / non-helpful) information about the error, and I didn't get anywhere with their "support" either.

So after a lot of frustration I decided finally to return the game the very next day.
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Platform for Display: PC
These are the years of PC gaming that will be known as the Underdog Era: full of indie masterpieces and megapublishers flops. World Of Goo, MOUNT & BLADE, iFLUID,CRAYON PHYSICS, DEFENSE GRID, all released by small independent companies, were rewarded by much better financial returns than overhyped behemoths of the likes of RED ALERT 3, ANNO 1404 and SPORE. It was not unexpected; after all, just like Limited Installations, greed only pays for a limited number of turns.

TRINE is an excellent physics action/arcade game. You control three interchangeable characters (a thief, a wizard and a warrior). Each has his/hers special abilities, from shooting griping hooks to levitating objects and smashing things up. At any point, you can select which one suits you best. Obstacles have to be turned, balanced, jumped over or simply smashed. Enemies have to be wiped out. And vials have to be discovered and collected before reaching the goal.

Between levels there are checkpoints but, annoyingly, no regular saving is possible (hence the star withheld). If a character dies you are only left with the other(s) to finish off the level. If it is impossible without the missing character(s)' abilities you can always revert to the last checkpoint.

The graphics are just beautiful! If you have seen the DIABLO III trailers, they are comparable. PhysX is required however, so nVIDIA gamers rejoice.
The sounds and voices are nicely done and clearly add to the enjoyment of the game.
Overall, I have been playing this gem for almost a week now and apart for the checkpoint saves I can only say good things about it.

TRINE comes with STEAM (in fact it was released first on that platform) and you will need to be online to post accomplishments - but there are neither limits on the number of installations nor any RootKits of the likes of SecuROM.

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