Frozenbyte announced a few months back that they’d be returning to the Trine franchise with Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince, and now, the sequel has been revealed. Fans of the series will be glad to know that Trine 4 returns to its side-scrolling roots, promising the sort of gameplay that endeared the first two games to millions, and the lack of which made the third one a bit of a disappointment. There’s plenty of footage shown off, exhibiting a typically strong art style, along with setup for the game’s narrative, not to mention a nice tease for what might be one of the game’s bosses in the final few seconds.
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince finds series stars Zoya the Thief, Amadeus the Wizard, and Pontius the Knight reunited to track down Prince Selius, an overzealous youth whose wish to wield magic has enveloped the kingdom with shadowy creatures beyond his control. Prince Selius’ ability to make anyone’s most potent fears a reality leaves little time for the trio trailing him to reverse the curse, as the prince’s dream-fueled spells grow ever more dangerous. Set within a charming fairytale universe rife with wondrous sights and perplexing puzzles, Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince elevates the fan-favorite co-op series to new heights. Overhauled combat and expansive skill trees help players get as invested into the action as their preferred hero, and the game’s puzzles change based on how many players are in a group to make sure exploration feels as satisfying solo as it does in a team of four.
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince Walkthrough
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince Trainer (+6) Options:
Trainer for the game Trine 4: The Nightmare Prine, you can use it to activate these essential Cheat Codes: Infinite Health, Infinite Oxygen, Can Summon Infinite Boxes, Infinite Skill Points, Set Game Speed, Super Jump. Note: This cheat tool is for the original version v1.0 of the game Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince.
“Infinite Health”: When you take damage, the health bar at upper left corner may show health drop, but it’s actually full.
“Infinite Skill Points”: Skill point is calculated by the score. This option temporary changes the score to get 999 skill points. If you use more skill points than what you should normally have, when you collect score later, it may display as 0, this is normal. This problem doesn’t affect anything except the display value.