A new kind of puzzle platformer? Haven’t we seen all different kind of platformers lately? The genre did start in the early 1980s and has evolved over the last 30 years since the original great platforming titles like Mario Bros. and Sonic the Hedgehog. We have seen big developments starting from 2D games, to 3D games, or even the 2D or 2.5 D platformers in the beginning of the 2010′s. Indie developer Frozenbyte released Trine in 2009, a great puzzle platformer that mixed traditional platformer elements with physics puzzles. One question we must ask is: “Can we still find diversity within this genre?” Apparently we can.