Amadeus the Wizard, Zoya the Thief, and Pontius the Knight set off on their next epic adventure in the beloved kingdom on their most action-packed journey yet.
Play through the campaign solo or with three other players in local or online co-op, featuring a dynamic puzzle difficulty system that adapts the challenges to the number of players.
Features an all-new skill quest system with a unique skill tree for each character. Earn skill points and unlock powerful enhancements to your existing skills.
A few new releases from last week flew under the radar with the meteoric response to Starfield’s early access, especially since the Xbox Wire crew was all-hands on deck to support the launch. But there was one new title I knew I wanted to bump to the top of my playlist, as I’ve adored all the previous games in the series.
Trine 5: A Clockwork Conspiracy will take Amadeus the Wizard, Zoya the Thief, and Pontius the Knight on their most action-packed journey yet! With their reputations tarnished, loved ones in danger, and their own magical powers at stake, the Heroes of Trine must reunite to push back a fearsome Clockwork army and bring peace and justice to the land!
I’ve always been bewildered by the Trine series. It’s not fair to call a game with five releases – each one a bit bigger and better than its predecessor – a hidden gem. Perhaps, ‘rare gem’ is more befitting. But it is a true treasure indeed – a fun, feature-filled series with a rich story, vibrant characters, and epic adventure.
Once Upon a Time…
The Trine series is a collection of fantasy action-adventure games with equal shares of platforming and puzzle elements sprinkled in about three heroes: a knight, a thief, and a wizard. The heroes are bound together by a magical artifact called the Trine and must work together using their unique skills to solve puzzles, fight enemies, and explore breathtaking environments.
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