Trine was a fantastic game with some lovely artwork and a couch co-op mode that was to die for. Trine 2 was even better if for no reason other than it supported online co-op. Developer Frozenbyte is about to even the playing field a bit by introducing some of the "missing" features back into the original game as a free update!
Here's the secret behind Trine's magical update: it's a port of the Trine to the Trine 2 engine. Clever humans, eh? This allowed the team to improve the graphics and gameplay without starting from scratch. That's not nearly as exciting as the addition of online co-op for up to three players, of course, but we're certainly not going to complain about eye candy, especially when the original release looked great in the first place.
Trine Enchanted Edition has only been announced for PC via Steam. If you've already got it sitting in your inventory, you can opt-in to the beta release right now to give it a try. Follow the instructions on Frozenbyte's website to join. Keep in mind it's in beta, though, so no fair crying if a bug breaks the game. There's no release window for the final version of Trine Enchanted Edition just yet.