Trine is a beautiful fantasy action platformer with a fairytale-like atmosphere, following the journey of three heroes - a Wizard, a Knight and a Thief - in a quest to save the kingdom from evil. The gameplay is based on fully interactive physics - each character's different abilities and tactics can be used to invent new ways to battle an army of undead and overcome obstacles, and restore the balance of the world.

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46 comments by joeka on Apr 26th, 2011

UPDATE: Less than a day left, so get in before it is too late!


Wolfire's indie game pack, The Humble Indie Bundle is back with 5 games from Frozenbyte. As per usual there will be no DRM and we are humbled that Desura will again be helping to distribute the purchased games!

You can pay what you want and even donate part of it to help charity (Electronic Frontier Foundation  and Child's Play). The big titles included are:

All of the games but Jack Claw will be release for Linux, Mac and Windows. But the Jack Claw source code will be published, so there are good chances that it gets ported by the community.



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JoelFB
JoelFB Apr 21 2012, 3:05pm says:

Hi guys, Joel here, sorry for the absence! I've updated the price of the game so it's now $9.99 as it's elsewhere too - if anyone just bought the game at the earlier price let me know and we can think of something.

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MrPopinjay
MrPopinjay Apr 19 2012, 10:54am says:

Is there no linux demo? :(

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JoelFB
JoelFB Apr 21 2012, 3:05pm replied:

Indeed there is none. We probably won't release a Linux demo due to a few reasons... Sorry! (But we will do so for Trine 2 eventually.)

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opossums
opossums Apr 13 2012, 11:27pm says:

I can't get the sound to work in Trine 1. Beyond that, I bought Trine 2 and it doesn't even have native 64bit binaries. I have to say, although I appreciate the Linux support thus far, I'm rather disappointed in the quality of the Linux releases from Frozenbyte.

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JoelFB
JoelFB Apr 21 2012, 3:07pm replied:

Yeah the 64-bit binaries were discussed in the Trine 2 page (in short for everyone else: some of the middleware we use does not yet have 64-bit available so we're a bit stuck, although not forever possibly but no promises yet).

The sound is more curious - you can either check the forums ( Frozenbyte.com ) or send an email ( Frozenbyte.com ) and we can see. Oh and the old Linux FAQ might help too: Frozenbyte.com

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opossums
opossums Apr 21 2012, 3:39pm replied:

Thanks, I didn't see that FAQ site. It looks like my problem is on there, so I'll try fixing it when I get back to the computer that it was acting up on.

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opossums
opossums Apr 23 2012, 1:48pm replied:

I fixed it. I had my .asoundrc file incorrectly configured. I use JACK, so I honestly should have the burden of figuring it out.

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AlexVSharp
AlexVSharp Apr 17 2012, 8:09am replied:

There was some talk about the missing sound in the troubleshooting section of the forum, but unfortunately I can't seem to find it... Your best bet would be to contact Frozenbyte support crew.

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texaco
texaco Apr 4 2012, 3:10am says:

I've just finished it at linux version.
Great graphics. Good controls.
Amazing music.
Simply lovely. I encourage the buy.

Play at Linux is posible. Thanks a lot, frozenbyte.

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JoelFB
JoelFB Apr 21 2012, 3:08pm replied:

Yeah I think we use Windows-specific libraries for that, RawMouse or something, which isn't available for Linux. Trine 2 uses SDL all the way I believe, and I think it works in Linux too (not 100% sure though).

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Trine was fun, one of the few newer games that I actually completed =P. I haven't tried the co-op splitscreen mode yet, but I will during my second playthrough. It's a really beautiful platform game where you will solve different types of puzzles with different character, who has different abilities. There's some bonuses along the way that I like, find hidden items for example, gives you another reason to replay. Good Game!

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