Přidáno: 26. března
Steam says I've played this game for only a few minutes, but I played it mostly online due to some internet troubles. I've completed the game with all experience and secrets, although I couldn't say for how long I've played it exactly. Somewhere between 8 and 15 hours I'd guess.
Trine is a side-scroller that requires you to switch between three different characters, each with their own abilities, in order to solve puzzles and fight creatures. There's a lot of exploration involved and a lot of secrets to uncover, made up of experience (used to upgrade your characters' abilities) and treasure chests (which hold items which also expand upon your characters' abilities).
The gameplay is fun. Each of the characters brings something unique and interesting to the gameplay. The thief can shoot arrows and uses a grappling hook to get around and up to higher places. The wizard can create boxes and planks to help move machinery and reach high places, as well as move objects around using telekinises type power. And the knight has a shield for blocking attacks and projectiles, as well as a sword for attacking enemies. These obviously expand and get upgraded as you find experience and secrets, but I won't spoil it by explaining how.
You will get the most fun out of the game by switching between the characters regularly and using their strengths based on the situation (either in a combined or singular way).
The game itself is absolutely beautiful. Even on the absolutely lowest graphic specs, it's beautiful to look at, and one of the main draws to the game. The story is surprisingly interesting. It's not amazingly detailed or deep, but it's told well through narration in between and during levels. The narration and character voices are sort of over the top on purpose, kind of like in a fairtytale way. The levels themselves are also varied and each has a unique look. And the music fits each level perfectly.
It's a not a super long game (I"d say reaching the end would take somewhere between 5 and 10 hours on average), but it seemed like a good length. There is some replayability in finding secrets that you missed in each level as well as a range of difficulties. I played it on medium which was fairly easy, although enjoyable nonetheless.
I'm looking forward to playing Trine 2 as well as 3 eventually.