The original Trine was a great
example of how a game with strong visuals and a clever, well-executed concept
can be a success in the realm of downloadable games. The cooperative fantasy
adventure achieved a cult audience that’s been patiently waiting for a sequel.
That wait finally ends tomorrow provided you’re going to play on PC, as console
players have a couple more weeks of waiting ahead of them.
The trio of wizard, knight and thief
will return to PCs tomorrow via services like Steam and Direct2Drive. In two
weeks console players will get their chance with cooperative puzzles, as PSN
gets the game on Tuesday the 20, and XBLA will have it the next day, just in time
for a mystical X-Mas. No matter the platform, the game will cost $14.99.