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Briefly: Trine 2 pre-orders, Interactive Scooby-Doo books

updated 10:30 am EDT, Fri October 28, 2011

Scooby-Doo books released for iPad

Pre-orders for Trine 2 are now being accepted through Steam, while a new line of interactive Scooby-Doo books have been released for the iPad


Frozenbyte has announced that its upcoming game, Trine 2, can now be pre-ordered through Steam. Trine 2 is a side-scrolling platforming game that places players in the role of one of three heroes. Customers who pre-purchase the game will gain access to the Trine 2 Beta, which features the first two levels, as well as full multiplayer support. The company has also announced that it plans to release all versions, including Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and Steam versions on Mac and Windows, simultaneously in December.

Warner Bros. and ScrollMotion bring interactive Scooby-Doo books to iPad

A new line of interactive Scooby-Doo storybook apps have been released by Warner Bros. and ScrollMotion. The first title in the series, The Haunted Halloween: A Scooby-Doo! You Play Too Book is currently available in the App Store for $1, while five more titles are expected to release in the coming weeks. Each book features puzzles, animated surprises, digital coloring pages, and hidden Zoinks Points that users can collect and redeem for exclusive Scooby-Doo games, videos, downloads and more.




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