"(...) the freedom of movement is greater than anything I have ever experienced. (...) The sumptuous unworldly geometric graphics perfectly fit the title’s theme, as do the echoing vocal effects and the funky jaunty soundtrack."
Bob Mandel, Gaming Tribe
"You can truly feel the amount of care that went into this game, from the gameplay right down to the dialogue. (...) the puzzles were hugely satisfying to complete. Wandering the temple and trying not to get disoriented when gravity is flipped is pure joy, mixed with the tiniest bit of vertigo."
Michael Vondung, IndieGameBundles
"TRI challenges you just enough but keeps you moving fluidly through its surreal and colorful world, the pacing is impeccable. Instead of making me feel slow and inadequate like other puzzle games it makes me feel crafty and wise like the ancients who roamed its hallways before me (...)"
"TRI: Of Friendship and Madness is one of the finest representatives of the genre and shares the top of the list only with the esteemed Portal. In spite of minor issues with the controls, TRI: Of Friendship and Madness is a truly remarkable game."
Michael Vondung, Nintendo Cubed3
"It has to be said, that even if TRI were just a piece of art and not a game at all, it would still handily earn its applause."
"TRI is a fantastic example of what the pacifist first-person puzzle genre can deliver (...)"
"It is a triumph that combines distinctive audiovisual exemplary vision and a great puzzle first-person game (...)"
Daniel Kremser,
"I always knew that TRI: Of Friendship and Madness was shaping up to become something special indeed, but I honestly never expected it to be this good and so amazingly polished."
Konstantinos Dimopoulos,
"Tri is definitely one of the most memorable entries in its genre. All of its stages are meticulously designed to promote exploration and lateral thinking without ever feeling unfair or frustrating."
Robert Allen, Tech-Gaming
"(...) fantastically executed return to the well of first-person spatial tinkering (...)"
Brandin Tyrell, Gamespot
"(...) its sheer accessibility and serenity mark it out as something genuinely different, and as such deserves to be noticed."
"TRI: Of Friendship and Madness is a gorgeous, surreal puzzle adventure that plays well and feels wonderfully polished."
Chaz Miller, Twinfinite
"TRI is not typical by any measure and instead charts its own path to puzzle gaming greatness."
Marcus Estrada, HardcoreGamer
"The atmosphere of the game is inviting, and the Odd Gods live up to their titles."
Charlie Grammer, GotGame
"There is such a unique feel to it, and I got completely sucked into the gameplay."
Bonnie Burgette, Indie Game Mag
"Haunting music (...) Fiendishly clever, yet difficult, puzzles (...) Excellent mechanics"
2015 Geekie Awards - Honorable Mention
German Computer Game Award 2015 - Award - Best Youth Game
IndiePrize 2015 - Finalist - Best Game Design
IndiePrize 2015 - Finalist - Best PC Game
Indie of the Year 2014 - Editors Choice: Creativity Award
Indie Games PGA 2014 - Award - Best Presentation
Golden Sparrow 2014 - Award - Best IndieGame4Kids
EGX Rezzed 2014 - Chosen for the Leftfield Collection
Part of the INDIEMEGABOOTH at the Gamescom 2014
Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival - Finalist - Indie Game Contest 2014
German Developer Award 2013 - Finalist - Best Learning Game
Devmania 2013 - Award - Best Project Presentation
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TRI is a game by Rat King Entertainment, i.e. Jana Reinhardt and Friedrich Hanisch, made with Unity3D, coffee and mild confusion. The music was composed by KingLudi.
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