‘TRI: Of Friendship and Madness’ Review | Analog Addiction

Hope Hornsby, Analog Addiction "As Rat King’s TRI: Of Friendship and Madness begins, a mysterious monk asks you to help him find his missing friend, the fox. His deceptively innocent request sends you on a first person adventure through the topsy-turvy dungeons and temples of the Odd Gods. The game’s soundtrack and brightly colored level designs work well together to create a unique and engaging world.

TRI offers 16 fairly expansive levels, and while each level contains three fox statues that you must find in order to advance, there are also smaller golden totems hidden around each map. If you are a completionist like I am, you may find yourself wandering one map for over an hour. Because of this, it can be a bit difficult to keep track of the story, which is told in cut scenes between levels. The story also does not seem to have much of an impact on gameplay aside from a glimpse of the missing fox every once in a while."

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