Frozenbyte Christmas Calendar, Day 21!
Can we ignore the fact that I have two Trine images in a row in which we have all three heroes present. I had to swap two days with each other and this was the result. But please give me points for the connection that I tried to create in the yesterday’s post. I said that the heroes are going to need their skills today, and as you can see from the image below, they’re definitely going too need all the tricks that they have stored up in their sleeves.
How many of you have seen this image before? We haven’t used this that much, as we have an another one with a bit similar setup. You can check it out from last year’s calendar, day 17.
Oh, am I suppose to give you a game code, I almost forgot! Just kidding, today you have a chance to win a Frozenbyte game key for Steam. You can choose your game from these options: Shadowgrouds pack (both games), Trine Enchanted Edition, Trine 2: Complete Story, Trine 3: The Artifact of Power or Shadwen. Just leave a comment below and you might win a key. Remember that you can also participate on other channels, see instructions.
Good luck everyone!
This next part is totally unrelated to our games, I just love to babble. I want to tell you about this word or saying that we have in Finnish, “aasinsilta”. If you translate it directly to English you get something like “donkey bridge” or “donkey’s bridge”. One translator was able to tell me that it means an “awkward transition in a text to another subject”, but I got no English word for it. I wanted to use it in my text earlier, but ended up using “connection”. Aasinsilta is a funny saying that has absolutely nothing to do with donkeys, I don’t even think that we have that many donkeys in Finland. Apparently this is also a thing in German, can our German fans confirm this? But okay, this is enough about linguistics. Now it’s time to leave a comment below and win yourself a game key!