Trine celebrates first birthday with 3D patch

Saturday, 3rd July 2010 21:01 GMT By Stephany Nunneley


Frozenbyte’s Trine for PC is one year-old today, and in celebration, the developer has released a 3D patch for the Steam version.

Those who use Nvidia’s 3D Vision tech may find this a good excise to go back to the game.

Patch 1.08 will be made available for a stand alone release later, and it also provides anti-aliasing support and fixes the final game level so no new enemies show up on the Very Hard setting.

Trine 2 is slated for release in spring 2011, and you can get more details and a trailer for it through here.

Thanks, BigDownload.



  1. Old MacDonald

    I don’t care much about 3D, but Trine is a wonderful game and it’s impressive that the devs are still supporting it.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. Filofax

    @1 Have to agree with you about Trine being a wonderful game. And it’s nice to know that even with number two on the horizon, they still have time to patch the original game.

    #2 5 years ago
  3. Spaced Oddity

    What gives? The PC version got free DLC level, 3D patch while us PS3 Trine owners get left in the dust?

    #3 5 years ago

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