Nine Parchments, the pretty spell-casting action RPG set in the world of Frozenbyte’s Trine series, is coming to the PlayStation 4 on December 13. Make sure you play with other people. It’s easier to kill them that way.
When an explosion at the Astral Academy scatters nine magical parchments to the four winds, a group of irresponsible students sets off on an adventure to retrieve the lost magic for their own mischievous use. At least it should be a group. Action RPG Nine Parchments can be played alone, but where’s the fun in that?
The last new entry to the Trine action-adventure-platformer series was with Goblin Menace in 2012, an expansion for Trine 2, which itself came out in late 2011. So yeah, it's been a pretty long time, and it looks like Trine 3 is right around the corner... ish.
Puzzling platformer Trine 2 is bringing its trio of heroes to Wii U with a Director's Cut of the game.
Frozenbyte, the makers of Trine 2, informed the site XBLA Fans at GDC that the game will be getting six new stages plus other content in downloadable content to arrive this summer.
More and more game developers are voicing their displeasure with the Stop Online Piracy Act better known as SOPA.
Co-op platformer Trine was one of my favourite games of 2009. Judging by the cult following it's developed since then, I'm not alone in my fondness.
Frozenbyte's long-brewing puzzle/platormer sequel finally getting release dates on various platforms, with the PC and Mac versions first out the gate. They'll be available on Steam on December 7, followed by a North American PSN release on December 20 and worldwide Xbox Live Arcade availability on December 21. There's…
Trine 2 is getting both a Mac and a PC version, and developer Frozenbyte is going to see if they can play together nicely. The Steamworks version of the game will offer cross-platform multiplayer support, the studio said in a news release.
Frozenbyte's Trine 2 looks like it's shaping up to be one of the prettiest games in recent memory. These new grabs from the puzzle/platormer sequel offer up a wild spectrum of color that shows off Trine's 2 co-op gameplay. It's available for pre-order now, just ahead of its December release date. European consumers…
Normally here on Fine Art, we showcase the fruits of video game artists working on titles that are already out. That's not the case today.
The Humble Indie Bundles - compilations of indie games that not only help charity but let indie devs get paid - will be back tomorrow with a third deal. And it might be the best of the bunch.
Atlus releases a new gameplay trailer to celebrate the big reveal of the three platforms Frozenbyte's Trine 2 is coming to next spring: PC, PlayStation Network, and Xbox Live Arcade.
First revealed prior to E3, Frozenbyte's Trine 2 had its first trailer released earlier this week. Here it is, and if you were hoping it would look like Trine only nicer, you're on the right track.
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.
We like Trine! Do you like Trine? Odds are good that, yes, you also like Trine. So you'll be chuffed to hear that, in the future, there will be more Trine.
Trine has been out for a while now on PC. But with the game's PSN release imminent, let's take a second look at it, see what all the fuss is about.
PC platformer/puzzler Trine has long been coming for the PS3, but never actually arrived. What's taking it so long?
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.