Trine 4’s largely forgettable story doesn’t hamper its enjoyable puzzles

A knight, a thief, and a wizard make an unlikely trio, but they complement each other well.

Following the 3D gameplay of its predecessor, Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince returns to the series 2.5D roots. It’s all the better for it. While developer Frozenbyte may have questioned the franchise’s future after Trine 3, it looks like that future was bright. An uninspired story doesn’t get in the way of the meat of the game: its puzzles, which — even though they’re not terribly complex all the time — keep you coming back to solve just one more.

At a glance

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince

Via:: Windows Central

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