A Little More Trine 2 Footage

By Jim Rossignol on October 12th, 2010 at 4:37 pm.


Trine, the comforting bedtime story of a game, is back with its side-scrolling, co-operative physics manipulations. They’re calling it Trine 2. I know! But that’s okay, because it looks just as lovely as the original, and that original was never quite long enough. This second piece in-game footage shows off some of the co-op game that you can play with, y’know, friends. If they’re interested. They’re probably not interested. Bastards.

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  1. Brumisator says:

    I’ve had no luck with coop play either.

    Wonderful little game, I hope we set up some kind of RPS coop pool for Trine 2.
    We’ll call it “Trine Gentlemen, please”

  2. Rii says:

    I really should get around to finishing the first game.

    • Στέλιος says:

      Same here. It was really lovely but I just forgot about it. P.s. for some reason my little sun conure hates Trine. I don’t know what it is but if he is on me and I play it he gets really, really, agitated. He has no problem with most other games (he especuially likes driving sims for some reason).

  3. Wilson says:

    Hooray, giant frogs! I wish I had a giant frog. A friendly one, obviously. We don’t know about the motives of that one in the screenshot. Mine would be the friendliest frog.

    • DigitalSignalX says:

      That frog needs a furry wall to go with that Jeffery.

    • MadMatty says:

      Ah i dunno, i´d just be at home all day licking it- licking it real good.

  4. Jim9137 says:

    I hate Trine forever for leaving TheBigFile.file lying in my C:\ for no reason whatsoever, even when I uninstalled the game.

    FOREVER, hate.

    • jalf says:

      Ah, just like MS Office then. :)

      At least they didn’t *delete* the contents of C:\, like Eve Online did at one point. Could be worse ;)

  5. Coins says:

    I never actually finished the last level of Trine. It was so hard. :(

    • Urthman says:

      Do you have the patched version that made the last level less difficult?

  6. Corbain says:

    Excellent!

  7. Navagon says:

    I also haven’t completed the first game. But that’s mostly due to being rubbish at these kinds of games. Still I haven’t completely given up on it yet.

  8. konrad_ha says:

    They should keep trine to come up with a better name, though.

  9. LemonyTang says:

    that music is truly delightful

  10. Wulf says:

    A visually and aurally pleasing platformer, one that looks fun and charming. More of the same, then? Of course, in my opinion, more of the same of Trine isn’t a bad thing at all.

  11. Toyoch says:

    Is that a spliff in the frogs mouth?

    • Matt says:

      Only if spliffs suddenly started being rolled with frog-tongues…

  12. Shazbut says:

    The next one must be called Thrine

    • The Dark One says:

      I think we should forcibly deport all punners to the comments section of the Depth article. For the sake of the children, of course.

    • sebmojo says:

      The game named in the remainder of this sentence is not called Quine: “the game named in the remainder of this sentence is not called Quine”.

  13. airtekh says:

    I loved the original. More of the same would be fine by me.

    I wonder if they’re doing online coop with this, or if it’s the must-be-at-the-same-pc style of the first?

    • skalpadda says:

      I most definitely have a vague memory of online coop being mentioned in an earlier post.

  14. Simon says:

    Not a shame!

    I fucking loved Trine and this looks absolutely delightful.

  15. Phil Armstrong says:

    Trine was lovely; I hope this isn’t just “more of the same” though, because I’m not sure that more of the same will really sell when the original is still around…

  16. Soobe says:

    Simply stunning.

    I don’t know what it is about games like this (Bionic Commando Rearmed, Alien Swarm), but they look so much better than the “full 3d” games.

    Sign me up!

  17. anon says:

    I’ve probably completed the first one 4-5 times, it is just amazingly beautiful to play and love that there is more than one solution to each puzzle.

  18. skalpadda says:

    Few games in the last couple of years have managed to just make me feel good the way Trine did. Looking forward to this one enormously :)

  19. pupsikaso says:

    There is online coop for this? The first was only local. It wasn’t a problem, really. It was a great game solo, but I’m sure it would have been a lot more fun coop nonetheless.