CELESTE

CELESTE for Nintendo Switch [eShop Download Codes]

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Game Overview

Brave hundreds of hand-crafted challenges in this super-tight platformer, as you help Madeline survive her journey to the top of Celeste Mountain!

Help Madeline survive her inner demons on her journey to the top of Celeste Mountain, in this super-tight, hand-crafted platformer from the creators of multiplayer classic TowerFall.

  • A narrative-driven, single-player adventure like mom used to make, with a charming cast of characters and a touching story of self-discovery
  • A massive mountain teeming with 600+ screens of hardcore platforming challenges and devious secrets
  • Brutal B-side chapters to unlock, built for only the bravest mountaineers
  • IGF “Excellence in Audio” finalist, with over 2 hours of original music led by dazzling live piano and catchy synth beats
  • Pie

The controls are simple and accessible – simply jump, air-dash, and climb – but with layers of expressive depth to master, where every death is a lesson. Lightning-fast respawns keep you climbing as you uncover the mysteries of the mountain and brave its many perils.

This is it, Madeline. Just breathe. You can do this.


Game Info

  • Platform: Nintendo Switch
  • Release Date: Jan 25, 2018
  • No. of Players: 1 player
  • Category: Adventure, Platformer
  • Publisher: Matt Makes Games Inc.
  • Developer: Matt Makes Games Inc.

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Reviews

Climbing this mountain might be an arduous task, but the experience is gleefully rewarding and beautiful. -NintendoWorldReport

Celeste is a surprise masterpiece. Its 2D platforming is some of the best and toughest since Super Meat Boy, with levels that are as challenging to figure out as they are satisfying to complete. -IGN

I did not get what I initially expected out of Celeste, but I got something much more fulfilling and rewarding. While I do have a few complaints when it comes to the use of strawberries and Assist Mode, gameplay is fluid, tight, and satisfying. It is pretty easy to learn, but challenging to master, and the level design remains fair no matter how wacky the situations get throughout the whole game. -DualShockers

What really makes the game shine in-between all the chaotic but elegant ways to hop across the game’s rooms, is the surprising heart at the center of it all. -USgamer

It’s a testament to convincing writing and ingenious design that after playing Celeste I felt like I’d been on the same journey as Madeline. Her struggle is one made easy to empathize with, her low points painful to watch, and her high notes exhilarating to experience. Her tale is delicately told and beautifully illustrated, confidently coalescing with the satisfying, empowering game it lies within. Not bad for a game about climbing a mountain. -GameSpot

Matt Thorson succeeds once again in crafting a tight, beautiful retro experience. -CGMagazine

It may take a certain type of patience to really get hooked into Celeste’s laboriously challenging masochism, but it’s undeniably a well-crafted and thoughtfully designed experience that’s equally satisfying as it is unyielding. -We Got This Covered


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© 2018 Matt Makes Games Inc.

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