The Trine series of fantasy platformers is beloved, especially on Steam. Trine 3, however, has longtime fans furious.
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While modding isn't for everyone, it's nice to know that some studios are still willing to release tools for their games so players can craft their own content. Frozenbyte is one such developer, having just published editors for Trine and Trine 2, with the cherries on top being a free weekend for both titles on Steam and a sale.
Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to play Batman: Arkham City on your iPad. No, not the just-announced Arkham City Lockdown. The real one, the big-boy PC version. It's happening courtesy of OnLive and it's impressive enough to make you consider trading in your Xbox 360 or PS3 for Apple's lightweight tablet.
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.
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.
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.
Frozenbyte, the developers behind Trine, have announced that their fantasy platformer will finally, after a long delay, be making an appearance on the PlayStation 3.