DEEMO

DEEMO

2017

System
Switch eShop
Publisher
Flyhigh Works / CIRCLE
Developer
Rayark

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 1

Our Review: 9/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Music, Other
Release Date

Switch eShop

  • 28th Sep 2017, $29.99 (USA)
  • 28th Sep 2017, £26.99 (UK/EU)

Screenshots (6)

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Reviews

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    Review DEEMO

    Bravo

    Taiwanese developer Rayark may best be known for its music games on mobile platforms, but it was also responsible for one of the best surprises in the Switch’s launch lineup with VOEZ. Brought to the Switch by publisher Flyhigh Works, this colourful title showed how well once-free-to-play rhythm games could work on Nintendo’s handheld...

About The Game

DEEMO is a simple rhythm game set in a fantasy world filled with beautiful imagery. Touch the notes that stream toward the screen in time with the music. The system is easy to understand, and players are able to enjoy gameplay which resembles playing a piano.

There are over 200 pieces of music to choose from, with difficulty levels of Easy, Normal, and Hard. Suitable for rhythm game beginners and experienced players who need more of a challenge. Music is created mostly by Taiwanese and Japanese composers, with a diverse selection of vocal and instrumental songs spanning a wide range of genres.

The Story

Deemo is a mysterious being who lives alone in a castle, playing the piano to itself. One day, a little girl with no memory falls from the sky, breaking his solitude. Deemo feels compelled to help her get home to her world.

While looking for a way to return her to the sky, Deemo notices a small sapling which grows the more music is played. If Deemo is able to make it grow into a tree, tall enough so it would reach the window in the ceiling, she may just be able to get home.

As the two interact, Deemo learns what it means to have a friend. What awaits the two when the little girl regains her memory? This is a slightly strange, touching tale.