Deemo – Version 1.5 Update NOW OUT! | Watch the New Trailer Here
Nintendo™ Switch – JP & US
Last year, Flyhigh Works announced that they will be releasing a free update for Rayark Games‘ rhythm game, Deemo, with its version 1.5 for the Nintendo Switch. The company promised to add several new pieces of music as well as a musical sheet on the screen whenever players get their head on the game with the Toy-Con Piano.
You can check out their official announcement about the update below via a post in their official Twitter account.
Version 1.5 of Deemo is coming soon to #NintendoSwitch; it'll add Team Grimoire Collection (5 new songs) and 10 more tracks will be added to the #nintendolabo Toy-Con Collection – oh, and it's a free update, of course! pic.twitter.com/oCAgszwxx9
— Flyhigh Works (@FlyhighWorks_en) December 28, 2018
With that being said, Flyhigh Works announced that the version 1.5 update for Switch is now available! As promised, players can now enjoy “Team Grimoire Collection,” with five new songs added as well as 10 new songs to the “Nintendo Labo Toy-Con Collection.”
You can check out the content of the new update below.
- Team Grimoire Collection: Five songs added
- “Infinite Puzzle” by Y-Shin
- “Magnolia” M2U Vocal by Guriri
- “Light Pollution” by Yuk-cheung Chun feat. Europa Hang
- “Angelic Sphere” by 3R2
- “Platinum” by Sta
- Nintendo Labo Toy-Con Collection: 10 songs added (playable with the Nintendo Labo piano)
- “Angelic Sphere” by 3R
- “Entrance” by Ic
- “Infinite Puzzle” by Y-Shi
- “Invite” by Sun Chen feat. Bibi Chao
- “Legacy” by Switchwork
- “Light Pollution” by Yuk-cheung Chun feat. Europa Huan
- “Magnolia” by M2U with vocals by Gurir
- “Platinum” by St
- “Pulses” by Sta feat.
- “Suspenseful Third Day” by Kaeru Underground
In addition, to celebrate this announcement, FlyHigh Works released a new trailer for the game, which you can find below.
Deemo is a simple rhythm game that takes place in a fantasy world filled with rich imagery. Hit the notes that stream toward the screen in time with the beat. The system of the game is easy to master, and you can enjoy playing this game as much as you enjoy playing the piano.
There are more than 200 pieces of songs for you to choose from, with difficulty levels from Easy to Normal and Hard. Also, the developer has plans to add even more music in the game through future free updates. Deemo is a rhythm game that is suitable for both novice and experienced players who are up for more challenge.
The game’s music is composed mostly by Taiwanese and Japanese composers, with a diverse variety of vocal and instrumental songs, crossing a vast array of genres.
Furthermore, this version also features controller support for TV mode and table mode in addition to the touchscreen-supported handheld mode.
If you still don’t have a copy of the game yet, you can grab yours here on our website!
Enjoy the trailer, features, and screenshots for the game below.
- 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
Fingers crossed for "Moon Without the Stars" in the Toy-Con Collection!!
— Yanya (@banballow) December 28, 2018
>more Toy-Con Collection songs
Heck yeah! I hope more and more of them will come out every few months or so to help keep the game alive!
— Naomi★Minette (@NaomiMinette) December 28, 2018
— keithmaxx (@keithmaxx) December 29, 2018
Flyhigh Works Announced Deemo’s Free Version 1.5 Update | See it Here https://t.co/nFYLy72oaO
— yomi11 (@Yomi11best) January 3, 2019
Tack a deep Brie-th afore playing the Deemo.
— Onion Samson (@onionsamson) January 29, 2019
Yeeeah. More stuff to break my fingers….
— Mido (@MidoCounters) January 28, 2019