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Trine 2 is a sidescrolling game of action, puzzles and platforming.
You play as one of the Three Heroes who make their way through dangers untold in a fantastical fairytale world.
Physics-based puzzles with fire, water, gravity and magic; Wicked Goblins; Climb the tallest trees and towers in the enchanted forest!
Join your friends in the adventure: Trine 2 has online co-op.
Mac system requirements
Operating system: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or better
Processor: Intel Mac
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 1.5 GB
Video: OpenGL 2.0 and Shader Model 3.0 compatible video card with 128 MB shared or dedicated RAM*
Other: Keyboard, Mouse/Trackpad with Secondary click enabled
*Minimum Mac model requirements:
MacBook Mid 2010 (GeForce 320M) or better
MacBook Air Late 2010 (GeForce 320M) or better
MacBook Pro Mid 2007 (GeForce 8600M) or better
iMac Mid 2007 (Radeon HD 2400 XT) or better
Mac Pro Early 2008 (Radeon HD 2600 XT) or better
Mac mini Late 2010 (GeForce 320M) or better
NOTE: Please be advised that Trine 2 does not run on Intel graphics solutions used in 2006-2008. The game does run on new (2010-) Intel HD Graphics 3000 or better. Macs with NVIDIA GeForce 9400M may not achieve smooth gameplay. Radeon X1600 is not supported.
If you have any questions about the game or its compatibility with your Mac, or any other technical issues or feedback, please get in touch with us (Frozenbyte) and we'll help you out! You can also check out our Community Forums at http://frozenbyte.com/board/ .
What's New in Version 1.192
In-App Purchase activation issue fixed (Goblin Menace).
Worth every penny
Things I like about this game include the completely gorgeous and atmospheric graphics, the ability to switch among three characters who have different abilities and can attain different upgrades, the puzzles that are just challenging enough but not so hard that I'm always having to check a walkthrough to get to next stage. I really like that the same puzzle can often be solved in more than one way, depending on which abilities you prefer to use.
NOTE: I noticed one review was unable to get the controls to work. You can fix this by reconfiguring the keyboard controls so that when you press the left-hand command key (without clicking mouse) , you get the same thing as a right-click or whatever the default is. (Some Mac users only have a one-click mouse like me). You CAN change it, although altering the settings is not the most intuitive process.
It is sometimes difficult to execute complex sequences of movements with the keyboard, however. I did get the hang of it, but some players might want to completely change the keyboard command settings so they aren't playing "Twister" on the keyboard.
The only thing I didn't like about Trine 2 is this difficulty in doing things like rapidly switching directions mid jump or perfectly timed jumps to get past certain puzzles. Fortunately, there is often a different way to solve the puzzle, so be creative!
This game will replace whatever you had in your heart as an all-time favorite. Quickly will Trine 2 become that game you always look upon with fondness and deep regard. Mushy stuff aside, the graphics are STELLAR! Even on my 2012 MacBook Air; no complaints. If you’re into puzzles, guess what? There’s multiple solutions to each one! You’re not stuck looking up BS strategy guides or googling for boss info. Nay, you ARE the strategy guide.
Don’t listen to the “controls don’t work” reviews, they just don’t know how to use a Mac yet (no offense intended). If you’re using a single button mouse, it will require some additional configuration within the game (as stated before). Although you’ll need to fiddle around a bit to set up what works for you, it’s a million times worth it. You will never have a bad thing to say about Trine 2. Trust me, I’ve been searching for a game like this for almost 15 years now. Some have come close, but this is the total package.
It’s inexpensive, the content is robust, the length is adequate, and the graphics are stellar. What more do you want in a game?! Buy it. Buy it now. Stop reading this and go click the green button up there. You’ll be happy you did.
This game is just what I have been looking for, just plain simple side-scroller, but with nice graphics. There is not actually much to the game when you play you just run along and kill goblins, and solve some random little puzzles. But I just like how the game feels when you play, it's fun. And the graphics are amazing.
I am sure they could be better though, I have the latest Mac Mini, and I have to run it on medium settings with lower resotuion to get it to run smoothly, but it still looks good. I got it on special, but I think it is worth the full price.
There are a few downsides, and it does have it's flaws, such as you getting stuck in a section sometimes and trying to figure out how to progress, only to find it was a lot simpler than you thought. But otherwise I enjoy playing it so much, and I think its great.
If you want a fun game to just run through, this is definately one of the best I have found on Mac.