Since the original Trine launched in 2009, the fantasy action platformer has been released across eight platforms including PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Wii U, Windows PC, Linux and Android. We thought the first release was “a highly recommended puzzle platformer” and its sequel“throws players into a dazzling fantasy world.”
The editor allows players to edit existing maps, create new ones or build new games. Mods created with the editor can be published Steam Workshop for Trine and Trine 2. Users can learn more on Frozenbyte’s official wiki guide. The developer also revealed that its new iOS platformer Splot is slated to launch on the App Store on October 23.
“We’ve reached a higher userbase than we ever thought possible, but now we hope that people who’ve yet to play the Trine games will give them a shot during the Free Weekend on Steam,” Frozenbyte CEO Lauri Hyvärinen said in a statement. “Opening up the games to user generated content is something we’ve wanted to do for a long time, and we’re thrilled to see what people can come up with using the Editors.”
“So did we make an easy-to-use version for everyone to enjoy”? The answer to that is…not really Instead we’ve opened a wiki page at www.frozenbyte.com/wiki and provided some very basic instructions on how to use our editor. It’s an open wiki after you’ve registered, so anyone can edit and post information, and we hope that people will start to share their knowledge with everyone. We’ll also be updating the wiki ourselves and tracking that all the instructions are correct and up-to-date.
The Frozenbyte Editor is a very diverse tool. This is what company had used to make games like Trine and Trine 2, and it’s based entirely on their own technology. Anyhow,you can now edit existing maps, make new maps and do all kinds of things with it. If this sounds like fun,to new and old Trine series fans, go ahead and try new features available.