Posts Tagged ‘Tri’

A Good Day To Tri Hard: TRI Released On Steam

By Graham Smith on October 15th, 2014.

Craig wrote about TRI: Of Friendship And Madness when it was a purchasable alpha. Now it’s forged a path from the floor of early access to the wall of Greenlight and finally, now, to the ceiling of a final Steam release.

Because it’s a first-person spatial puzzle game about walking on all surfaces of rooms, you see. Ha. There’s a release trailer below.

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A Cute Puzzle Game: Tri Trailer

By Craig Pearson on September 30th, 2013.

I do love a strangely shaped world
Portal 2 wasn’t nearly as messed-up as it could have been. I loved it, and still pop in now and again to enjoy the physics and writing, but I always wish they’d went further and curly-wurlied the gravity and surroundings. Every time a room was fixed in front of me, I wished the same tech was used to just turn everything upside down, inside out, or that it would twist the testing chambers into odd, broken configurations. I am a very needy person. With that in mind, I’m interested in this Greenlight begging puzzle game, Tri. A FPS puzzle game where you drag out triangular walkways to cross the world.
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