Celeste Crack/Patch

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

Download Celeste Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 90 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1484
Genre Action, Platformer, 2D
Company / Developer
Matt Makes Games Inc. / Matt Makes Games Inc.

Celeste reviews ( 4 )

BarkingDoggy, Jan 28, 2018

This game is outstanding. One of the best games I've played to date. First off, the visuals and music are so polished and beautiful. I just want every screen of this game as my background (the backgrounds are incredibly detailed and help make the game feel very polished) and I could listen to this music for hours. I mean, each level has it's own death transition! That should give you a taste of how much love the developers put into this game. The dialogue is incredibly charming and tells a story about complicated feelings so elegantly and with so much honesty (I mean, you can feel it through the dialogue). The gameplay is incredibly fluid and its difficulty curve is perfect (However, I am a platformer afficiando, so take that with a grain of salt). I mean, seriously. Just jumping around and dashing in an empty space feels amazing, and there are so many collectibles to find using these amazing controls! You can choose to play on assist mode, or complete the game 100% and have an outstanding time no matter what. This game simply gets everything right: from skippable cutscenes to counters that help see what you missed in a level. The B-sides are just as fun as the main story and there's secrets hiding in every corner. No secret makes you want to use a walkthrough; they are well-hidden, but also well telegraphed with fun little mini-challenges in them. There are so many cool, inventive mechanics to come across while traversing through in this game... and the level design... Oh, the level design! It's absolutely perfect. This game is incredible and a great start if you want to start playing hardcore platformers.

Sabotower, Feb 25, 2018

A fun retro-style platformer with quirky characters, great music and amazing level design. The only real complaint I have is some wonky dialogue, but even that is a minor complaint.

sh4dow, Feb 12, 2018

To me, this is the most addictive platformer I've played since Dustforce. It has TONS of content - I've played for 33 hours by now and still am only through about 2/3 of the game. A word of warning though - after the first third, it gets really, really tough. I wanted to criticize some elements like blocks that make you bounce in somewhat unpredictable ways and the fact that some mechanics aren't introduced to the player but you'll most likely have to see in a video on Youtube or something but... in the end... playing it is just so much fun. The only thing I don't forgive is the awful story about a whiny brat and the occasionally appearing douchy dude. In my life, I've met a number of people actually struggling with psychological issues (myself included - struggling, not having met myself...) as well as shallow, whiny ones who wallow in self pity while not recognizing all the things "fate" (or chance - whatever) simply handed to them. And even though there isn't enough context to truly judge whether Madeline is one or the other, the way she expresses herself and behaves makes it seem like she belongs in the latter category. Which is why I started skipping cut scenes about halfway through. Still... overall... controls are tight, challenges very varied (and sometimes feel more like a combination of puzzle game and platformer), art and music are fantastic and it's obviously incredibly addictive if you enjoy platforming challenges.

Allthat, Apr 10, 2018

OVERRATED! WAY TOO OVERRATED! It's a nice game but not nearly as good as all the reviewers are calling it. I'm not going to lie and say it's a bad game, the controls are smooth, the art style is nostalgic and the gameplay is fun. BUT IT IS NOT A MASTERPIECE!! There are a ton of great 2D platformers out there and this is just one of them, it doesn't really set itself apart. Note: Game is brutally difficult but you can essentially still play the whole thing on easy mode if you want to, AND get achievements for it. This is f*cking bullsh*t, I hate games that have these modes.