Trine 2 for PC
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Trine 2

Dec 7, 2011
128th of 19205

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About this game

Developer: Frozenbyte
Content Rating: Everyone10+


A puzzle platform video game, requiring the player to use the skills of the three characters, Amadeus the wizard, Zoya the thief, and Pontius the knight, to navigate each game level. As with the first game, the mystical "Trine" has bound the three characters together into one common entity, and thus the player controls only one character which can be switched to the other two at any time. Each of the characters has unique abilities: Amadeus can use magic to grab onto certain objects in the game world, and create boxes and planks to be used to get around; Zoya can strike at objects with her arrows, and grapple onto certain surfaces; and Pontius is strong in combat against foes, can bash apart walls, and deflect projectiles with his shield.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz CPU (Dual Core recommended)
  • Memory: 1 GB
  • Hard Disk Space: 4.5 GB
  • Video Card: ATi Radeon HD 2400 or NVIDIA GeForce 7600 or better (Shader Model 3.0 needs to be supported)
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible
  • Additional: *Please note that Trine 2 may not run on most Intel graphics solutions used in 2004-2009. The game does run on new (2010-) Intel HD Graphics 3000 or better.

Critic Reviews

21 Reviews
Richard MitchellDec 19, 2011
Trine 2's shortcomings really are unfortunate, because the foundation is truly solid. The characters complement one another very well; their puzzle-solving arsenal is well-designed, offering infinite possibilities – indeed allowing puzzles to be solved in unique, perhaps unintended ways. Even the fairy tale story has its charms, as does the constant search for experience orbs and upgrades.
Brad ShoemakerDec 24, 2011
The best thing about Trine 2 is that even with its notable set of improvements, at $15 it's still a good bit cheaper than the first game was at release. With a lower price, must-see visuals, and unique platforming that works well by yourself and better with friends, Trine 2 makes for a nice little bite-size piece of entertainment during this otherwise slow holiday period.
Jane DouglasDec 11, 2011
The storybook-style narration is genteel, and the heroes are amiably voiced. The music is rousing, too. Here, as with story and setting, Trine 2 cleaves comfortably to the genre, with all of the cheery piping of a high-class Renaissance fair. If you bypass secrets and ignore experience orbs, you can breeze through a single-player campaign in six hours or so.

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