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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chinoto Apr 2 2012, 11:25pm says:

I was disappointed and surprised that the Linux version doesn't support multiplayer using KB&mouse, yet the Windows version does. Hopefully Trine 2 will do it. I would be totally fine with using xinput in terminal to setup the KB&mouse pairs, though a gui tool could easily simplify this.

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grezeh Apr 2 2012, 2:55am says:

1.60 eur. on buy it here in a blink for opportunity to try on linux

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rioninja Mar 31 2012, 9:29pm says:

Trine 2 is out. When will it come here?

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hamishwilson Apr 3 2012, 1:02pm replied:

"Hi guys, Joel from Frozenbyte here, developers of Trine 2. We're still in "stealth" mode regarding the Linux release - so that's why there's not a lot of official information available etc. We made the current beta available to our Humble Store customers so we can gather technical feedback (thanks btw). We will announce the beta officially this week, and final release will probably take a couple of weeks."

""Ah, yes we will release Trine 2 on Desura as well. We'll wait until the final release though, most likely, but in any case shouldn't take more than a few weeks I hope."

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s_d Apr 10 2012, 5:21pm replied:

Today, from FB_JussiE, via a Linux thread onFrozenbyte's Trine 2 forum:


Trine 2 will come to Desura at some point, but we’d like to get some fixes to the issues reported here before that happens (hopefully wont take very long).

As for the keys I do not know how exactly those are handled, but of course we’d like (and will try) to get them to players who have already purchased the game via the Humble Store. There should be more details about how (or if its possible at all) this will be handled once we are closer to the release, but untill then I cannot promise anything.”

So, it looks like he *really* wants it to work exactly the way we'd like; that is, that Desura keys can begin appearing on Humble Store pages, including those who’ve purchased already.

If we're lucky, that will appear when it goes live here on Desura also.

Interesting, the way both he and Joel talk about it, it is as if the Humble Store is like a "get it now, beta for rabid Linux fans!" sort of release, and Desura is like the "real" Linux release where they want everything to be polished and most of the annoying bugs shaken out. This is pretty cool... way to take Desura seriously from a quality perspective!

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JoelFB Apr 21 2012, 3:09pm replied:

Yeah this was the plan, however due to popular pressure we caved in and released it on Desura as-is, so we'll need to update it when we get the first proper Linux update out... luckily the game has been quite stable so not a whole lot of problems (mostly the fullscreen issue and then some individual things).

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omegaxis Apr 3 2012, 12:41pm replied:

already bought it! it s awesome!!

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gcala Apr 2 2012, 7:02am replied:

I'm interested, too.

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kuftikufti Apr 1 2012, 9:16am replied:

Yeah. When?

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JoelFB Apr 21 2012, 3:10pm replied:

Price has been updated, sorry about that. If you've bought the game elsewhere it's best to email us and I can see some solutions - .

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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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