Helsinki, Finland - 21 February 2013 - Finnish game developer Frozenbyte is happy to announce the Demo for its action game Trine 2: Director's Cut for the Wii U™ system is now available in the Nintendo eShop worldwide. The singleplayer demo features the first level of the game along with half of the second level, giving gamers a chance to try out the acclaimed fairytale adventure for themselves. In addition, the game currently has a limited time discount of 25% in the Nintendo eShop in all territories. The discount lasts until February 28, except in Europe where it ends on March 7.
"We are thrilled to have the Demo available for everyone. Trine 2:
Director's Cut is a big adventure and has a lot of content, so we're happy that everybody can now sample the game in all its glory," said Lauri Hyvärinen, CEO of Frozenbyte.
The demo download comes at just below 600 MB and supports local co-op for up to three players. In local co-op, one player can use the Wii U™ GamePad and others can use either the Wii U™ Pro Controller, Classic Controller Pro, or Wii Remote™ + Nunchuk™ combination. In the full game, online co-op with Voice Chat is also supported.
Trine 2: Director's Cut is available now through the Nintendo eShop at a 25% discount worldwide, $14.99 in North America and 12.49 € in Europe, and the equivalents in other currencies. The game features a total of 20 exciting levels full of adventure, including the recently released Goblin Menace expansion campaign and a Wii U exclusive level called the Dwarven Caverns, making Trine 2: Director's Cut the most comprehensive package of Trine 2 on any platform.
Age rating in Europe: PEGI 12+, USK 12
Age rating in North America: ESRB Everyone 10+ Age rating in Australia: PG
Launch trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-wzG14VZd0
Frozenbyte is an independent game developer with a focus on game quality. All Frozenbyte games are self-funded and based on self-owned IP, and the company maintains a creative, feel-good development culture. Frozenbyte's number one priority is the quality of the games and the well-being of the team, with the financial side and tight deadlines taking a backseat. The passionate development method has created two well-received game series – Shadowgrounds and Trine – with five games in total for a variety of computer and console platforms.
Frozenbyte's third IP Splot is launching in 2013 and a fourth IP is currently in development. Frozenbyte was founded in 2001 and is based in Helsinki, Finland. Please visit the official website at http://www.frozenbyte.com/ for more information.