Trine first look code available now
May 7, 2009
CREATE A PATH OF DESTRUCTION USING THE COLOSSAL STRENGTH OF THE RAMPAGING WARRIOR IN FROZENBYTE’S ABSORBING PC ACTION TITLE
TRINE FIRST LOOK CODE AVAILABLE NOW
Trine, a unique and absorbing fantasy action game that challenges players to battle with the forces of space, energy and motion in a magical kingdom, will be released on PC in July 2009 by Nobilis and Ascaron Entertainment. Pontius, the Warrior, is one of the game’s three heroes, whose immense strength and devastating power can be used to clear blocked pathways and obliterate enemies.
The playable first look code provides the opening two levels and is available now by contacting Media Safari. Click here to view A trailer showcasing Pontius and the other characters Amadeus, the Wizard and Zoya, the Thief.
Pontius is the strongest and most physically imposing of the three heroes, destroying objects and enemies at will through sheer brute force. Whilst Amadeus creates objects and makes them levitate, Pontius demolishes anything that gets in the way. Brave, trustworthy and loyal, he longs to prove himself worthy of knighthood and is intent on saving the kingdom from the evil clutches of the undead armies.
At the start of Trine, Pontius is equipped with a sword and shield, enabling gamers to attack enemies, smash wooden doors and block the threat of falling objects such as rocks and bridges. As players collect ‘experience shards’, his sword gains a ‘flame attack’ covering the whole blade in fire for increased devastation. The flaming sword can also be used to illuminate pathways as players lead Pontius through dark shadowy forests full of ghost-like figures and silhouetted trees.
Pontius’ arsenal of weaponry and capabilities expand impressively as players guide him through the game’s 16 different levels. One of his upgrades is a ‘storm hammer’ that can smash through blockades such as stonewalls and radiates lightning strokes to wipe out enemy skeletons. Players can also strike the ground with the hammer causing a shockwave that sends objects flying through the air, killing bats and spiders.
Trine is scheduled for a PC release across the UK in July this year.