Released two weeks ago on the European PlayStation Store, developer Frozenbyte and publisher Nobilis are nearly ready to release the award-winning physics platformer Trine in the states.
FrozenByte's 2D physics meets magic platformer Trine is now available to purchase an play via Steam, with a price that was briefly a little lower than many expected.
While we've still got a bit of a wait before Trine comes out on the PlayStation Network, we can play the PC version right now, courtesy of the recently released playable demo.
Trine is an action platformer that allows the player to switch between three different roles - thief, wizard, and warrior - creating objects or destroying them in order to traverse beautiful fantasy environments. I was already impressed with the title from the initial announcement video, so this co-op vid is just…