Trine Bundle Christmas Giveaway

December 27, 2014 683

In collaboration with the guys from Frozenbyte we are giving away a bundle of goodies for you guys. Join the giveaway for a chance to win 10x Trine 2: Complete Story, 10x Trine Enchanted Edition and 10x Trine Announcer for Dota 2. Follow the rules and good luck to you all.


10x Trine 2: Complete Story, 10x Trine Enchanted Edition & 10x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)


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STEP 2 - Follow us on Twitter (GAMERSBOOK & Frozenbyte) join our Steam Group (GAMERSBOOK) and invite your buddies to the mentioned pages.

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STEP 3 - What do you like the most about Trine games ?


Tuesday, December 30th - 1x Trine 2: Complete Story, 1x Trine Enchanted Edition & 1x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)

Friday, January 2nd - 1x Trine 2: Complete Story, 1x Trine Enchanted Edition & 1x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)

Tuesday, January 6th - 1x Trine 2: Complete Story, 1x Trine Enchanted Edition & 1x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)

Friday, January 9th - 1x Trine 2: Complete Story, 1x Trine Enchanted Edition & 1x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)

Tuesday, January 13th - 1x Trine 2: Complete Story, 1x Trine Enchanted Edition & 1x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)

Friday, January 16th - 1x Trine 2: Complete Story, 1x Trine Enchanted Edition & 1x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)

Tuesday, January 20th - 1x Trine 2: Complete Story, 1x Trine Enchanted Edition & 1x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)

Friday, January 23rd - 1x Trine 2: Complete Story, 1x Trine Enchanted Edition & 1x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)

Tuesday, January 27th - 1x Trine 2: Complete Story, 1x Trine Enchanted Edition & 1x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)

Friday, January 30th - 1x Trine 2: Complete Story, 1x Trine Enchanted Edition & 1x Trine Announcer (Dota 2)


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Miro Jurešić
Miro Jurešić | Friday, January 23, 2015 11:35 AM
The gameplay
Theo Nego
Theo Nego | Thursday, January 22, 2015 9:03 PM
wonderful graphics and gameplay
Syed Mohammad Minhazul Islam
Syed Mohammad Minhazul Islam | Thursday, January 22, 2015 7:58 PM
Awesome gameplay :D
bazramt2 | Thursday, January 22, 2015 5:25 PM
Great graphics and the simple yet fun puzzles.
Scole | Thursday, January 22, 2015 4:26 PM
Great graphics and the simple yet fun puzzles.
Antares Bugi
Antares Bugi | Thursday, January 22, 2015 4:12 PM
the graphics, even its side scrolling game but it has awesome graphics and design
Tobi | Thursday, January 22, 2015 12:29 PM
Timur Yumalin
Timur Yumalin | Thursday, January 22, 2015 6:11 AM
Dat characters amazing
For The Win
For The Win | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 3:41 PM
I finished the "Complete Story" version of Trine2, which is an extended version of the regular Trine2. The extra content ("Gobling Menace DLC") is almost of the same size and the original, and it's equally nice, maybe even prettier! It took me about 13hrs to beat the whole game, and it wasn't particularly difficult, especially when you get the hang of it.

Gameplay: It's essentially a puzzle platform game, with a bit of action (battles) at some points. You have three characters (fighter, mage & rogue archetypes) that you switch to any time during play; each character has unique abilities that will help you get through the various puzzles you come across. Each level of the game (there are about 20 levels for the "Complete Story") has about 10-15 puzzles to complete, with save/checkpoints every one or two. Most puzzles are typically "get to the right of the screen" type, over chasms or mechanisms or beating foes, and can usually be solved in a multitude of different ways. The puzzles weren't too challenging, and some of them might be a little repetitive, i.e. you could easily go through them using "standard" techniques. There's also hints to get you going, if you're stuck on a puzzle for too long. I played with WASD keys + mouse, and there are also some more keyboard shortcuts; controls were quite simple to learn & master and I encountered no problem. No glitches or weird bugs fell to my attention, and the physics engine of the game was quite robust.

Theme/Graphics/Sound: The story is all set in a fairy-tale world, which some might find a bit "underaged" (as if it's meant for children, i.e. far from "mature"), but I didn't mind that so much. The graphics are ASTOUNDING, computer-made but beautiful, and fleshed in 3D even if the game is essentially 2D. Lighting and other visual effects are particularly well done and there's some pretty animations at the end of each level. There's a great variety of "worlds" you're going to have to go through
xaii | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 3:37 PM
The short length of the campaign and a few overly challenging puzzles are minor blemishes in an overall entertaining and worthwhile experience. Fans of the side-scrolling and platform genres need not look elsewhere, Trine offers a wide variety of truly innovative puzzles that are a welcome getaway from the current market of repeated genre titles.
J A N C | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 3:34 PM
the characters are so nicely done!
Happy | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 3:26 PM
To put it simply this is probably the most beautiful game I have ever played. It is a visually stunning work of art, the soundtrack is good. The game is actually relaxing, because it's like you're being read a fairy tale but you're also getting to play a very well executed platformer style game. Most games get me hyped up and my adrenaline flowing (or bore me so bad I stop playing them), this game was actually soothing, which I have never been able to say about a game before. So much fun, great story, gorgeous game.
toad | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 3:20 PM
This game is brilliant!
The atmosphere and graphics are truly amazing!
Can be utterly frustrating and equally rewarding when you get pass that seemingly impossible part of the level.

Sometimes this game can be easy, sometimes nearly impossible, especially if you're determined to get the Master Collector achivement.
Not sure about the replayability though, unless you're after the achievements.

Trine 3 must be in development, please!
Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel
Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 2:27 PM
it's a really cool The-Lost-Vikings-Inspired game.

Oh yes. the game is really good! takes me back to the mid 90s
Godfrey | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 2:22 PM
"Beauty is power; a smile is its sword."

Trine 2 represents a 2-D jump & run adventure game with impressive artwork, beautiful design and sophisticated puzzles. As already introduced in the original Trine you can switch on the fly between three different characters, a knight, thief and wizard (still no fireballs). It is also the basis for the great puzzle system this game offers, and the multitude of possibilities to solve each one of them.

The balance between combat and puzzle sections leave no room for boredom. And the adjustable level of difficulty gives newcomers and veterans a fair chance to prove their abilities. Furthermore the multiplayer adds some extra life to the game, as the experience is genuinely different.

The DLC in form of Goblin Menace adds a couple new levels, a new story, and several new skills which will also be available in the original game.

Overall Trine 2 feels more refined than its predecessor and the beautiful artwork in combination with the creative puzzle sections are very persuasive and entertaining. In addition it offers enough content to justify itself as a worthy sequel to Trine.

Fun fact: Due to relatively poor sales for Trine 2 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, the conversion for the expansion for these consoles was deemed not be cost effective, thus Trine 2: Goblin Menace was never released for these platforms.
Cute Stranger
Cute Stranger | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 2:09 PM
The best thing that I like about this game, is its graphics.

Every single level, character, enemies, background and platforms are well refined. Just look at the trailer and screenshots! It is exactly as pretty as the actual game itself.

It is a puzzle platformer with a little bit of action in it. There are a lot of ways to tackle all the puzzles, and a lot of different approach to advance the levels.

The story itself is quite interesting. The puzzles are interesting and not too overwhelming. The boss fights pose some challenge but not impossible if you get to know how to fight (or just checkpoint-abuse).

The flexible difficulty settings make this game suitable for different type of player. After you defeat one playthru, you can replay all the stages from the start again with your already-unlocked skills to get past the stages in different way, and to collect the experience vials whereby you cannot collect in your first playthru.

Multiplayer is best played with friends that has almost the same progress to avoid spoilers and trolling.

The achievements added quite a bit of challenge and replayability if you're going for 100% completion.
xXx | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 2:00 PM
This is the most gorgeous looking game i've ever played in my entire life.

It got a really amazing soundtrack that fits with the game perfectly.

The story is well-writen.

The combat is really well done with the Knight.

The puzzles are quite easy but that doesn't take away the gorgeous looks of the game.

Well if you love 2.5D side scrollers you'll probally love this one.
moose | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 1:51 PM
Great game with beautiful graphics,A surprisingly fantasic story and very easy but fun gameplay as you have 3 characters with each one it's own,unique abilities:

-A thief,climbs fast,good at ranged combat.
-A mage,creates blocks and platforms.
-A warrior,good at meelee combat.

And switching characters is very quick
P.S.:Even if on the images it does not look good,it surely is a great game!Totally recommend it!
鬼神童子 | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 1:10 PM
By this point you're perhaps already aware that Trine is a very visually stunning game, with some great artwork & lighting yet behind all of that lies a really challenging and fun platform puzzle game.

The level designs are fairly basic to begin with an help introduce you to the 3 characters and their abilities without over complicating things. You have a Wizard (who can build blocks and platforms), a Thief who can swing and climb and a Warrior who can fight.
You can only use one character at a time, but the game lets you switch between them easily enough so it's not hard to link abilities together. So, for example you could build a platform with the Wizard to setup an easy jump and climb with The Thief. It's that level of combination and thinking that makes Trine a fun game to play. It also helps that the designers have done a good job of scaling the difficulty at just about the right pace to keep the game challenging, but never boring or frustrating.
The native 360 Controller support is a welcome feature too, and makes gameplay slightly more friendly.

Further more the developers have kindly updated Trine with the engine from Trine 2, which is why it's now referred to as the 'Enchanted Edition'. The real bonus here is if you already owned Trine, it was updated free of charge.

The only real negative could be the slightly wonky fighting mechanics, but that's none issue as the game isn't about the fighting or enemies.

In short, Trine is a fun, well presented Platform Puzzle game that offers a good combination of problem solving, exploring and physic manipulation. Well worth a play.
Femme Fatale
Femme Fatale | Tuesday, January 20, 2015 1:06 PM
Trine proves that if you have an original mix of ideas, even old school gameplay can still work great, especially when paired with incredible visuals and extremely polished code. So, it is a bit short and lacks long-term replayability, but don't let that stop you - Trine is definitely something special.
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