Trine Enchanted Edition for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U

Trine Enchanted Edition

Mar 12, 2015
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Developer: Frozenbyte
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Trine Enchanted Edition is the origin story for the three unlikely heroes of Trine - Amadeus the Wizard, Pontius the Knight, and Zoya the Thief. Spellbound by the magical object Trine, the heroes must join forces to overcome obstacles and puzzles in a fully interactive physics-based world, battle the undead and their minions, and restore balance to the kingdom!

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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
7.70
Tim LatshawMar 22, 2015
A few small factors aside, Trine Enchanted Edition is a gorgeous rendition to pick up for those who enjoyed the sequel. It's also the sensible place for newcomers to start, although the plot isn't really that deep. The game can be completed in less than 10 hours, but completionists can expect to lengthen this time seeking every nook and cranny. The way multiplayer refreshes the whole experience also can't be expressed enough. Those who love puzzle-platformers can Trine on their own, then pick up a friend or two and Trine, Trine again.
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Dan StanyonApr 12, 2015
Trine: Enchanted Edition is exactly the sort of title that deserves its cult following. With original game mechanics and charming aesthetics, it's a pleasure to play. While not particularly taxing, the levels are long and complex enough to provide seasoned platformers with a fresh experience, and since collecting all the experience vials will take a few replays, completionists may find satisfaction here, too.
Zachary MillerMar 25, 2015
Trine: Enchanted Edition is a good game, well made and competent, but not necessarily for me. I can appreciate what it has accomplished, but its slow, methodical brand of puzzle platforming and the “meh” combat leave me wanting. Now, if you got a real kick out of Trine 2: Director’s Cut, understand that Trine: Enchanted Edition was made using the Trine 2 engine, so you’re essentially getting an expansion—have fun! I just prefer something a little faster-paced.

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