Puzzle-platformer Trine got a new patch over on Steam yesterday evening.
It allows players to save their game to Valve’s Steam Cloud service.
Now you can play it at the mistresses, at the dentist, on the train, or even during Uncle Woody’s funeral.
Other patch features include the addition of European languages (French, Italian, German, Spanish), and the fixing of “mystery developer keys” for non-regular keyboard buttons.
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