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Trine and Trine 2 Now Support Custom Maps on Steam Workshop
Just a couple of months ago, Frozenbyte launched the Trine 2: A Complete Story editor for public beta. Since that time, players have been sharing their creative work on Steam’s Workshop.
Frozenbyte has updated the PC version of Trine: Enchanted Edition and Trine 2: A Complete Story so that both games can support custom maps and mods. Some of the custom maps are showcased in the new trailer, which you can see above.
Keep in mind that you must first update game, if you wish to enable support. Now that the game officially supports custom maps and mods on Steam Workshop, we will surely see some amazing and creative maps in the coming weeks.
Trine 2 is the sequel for Trine and is a puzzle platformer game. You can play and switch between three different characters – A wizard, a thief and a knight. You can use these three characters to navigate game levels, and use their skills to complete different challenges.
The wizard has the ability to grab and create items using his magic. The thief can use her bow to grapple various surfaces. Lastly, the knight can be used for combat and breaking walls etc.
If you haven’t played the game yet, the title is available on Steam for $19.99.