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  • Summary: Enter the gloomy world of DEO. Put your tapping skills to the test as you travel the serenity of space to create life and revive hope as you jump through 96 challenging levels requiring courage, skill and precision. Stylistically distinct, DEO features hours of immersive gameplay, challenging physics-based jumping, and a visually stunning art style.Your goal is to jump to each hill of a rotating level to capture it. Complete each level successfully to build a planet on the main menu. The less you die in each level the more plants and life your planet will produce. From this fundamental balance, DEO leads the player through ambient backgrounds, deep artistic scapes and breathtaking visuals with a look that seems to combine dark, distressed and organic art.****“…DEO looks set to be a pleasingly creative take on the platform puzzler genre.” – Game Pro “I fully enjoyed every second of it. It's a great deal, and a great game.” 9/10 – Infini Pixel“DEO delivers all the basics of a platformer, but polishes them and awakens the experience with unparalleled visuals and sound. Visually, DEO is among the most striking titles I’ve seen in years.” 4.5/5 – Digitally DownloadedHIGHLIGHTS- 2 vast worlds, 90 challenging levels + 6 bonus levels- Immersive main menu and gameplay - Perform epic jumps and skillful landings- Intuitive tap anywhere controls- Surreal art design- Retina display supportedCONTROLS- Jump on each hill to capture the land pieces for your planet- Tap anywhere on the screen to jump- Hold your tap before letting go to make DEO jump further Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7
  1. Aug 18, 2011
    With two worlds and 96 levels, there's more than enough game play here for many, many bus journeys.
  2. Sep 2, 2011
    Deo is a game of skillful jumping, timing, and sometimes, patience. If you enjoy creative, artistic games which evoke a real atmosphere and mood, then check this out. There's no scores, timers, leaderboards or achievements, there's just a gloomy decaying universe, which might stick in your mind as a memorable iOS experience, and I'll happily pay a dollar for that.
  3. Aug 29, 2011
    It may look like an art game, but Deo is as addictive and clever as puzzle games come.
  4. Aug 24, 2011
    DEO doesn't stand out in the App Store because of its gameplay, but the dark atmosphere will draw you in.
  5. Aug 25, 2011
    The game just doesn't hit the mark for us when it counts.
  6. Aug 23, 2011
    DEO is a beautiful and elegantly simple platformer for those who revel in stripped-down skill-based challenges, but lacking in substance for those after more than a pretty way to jump around asteroids.
  7. Aug 25, 2011
    While it's possible to appreciate DEO for ripping up the rule book in terms of its delivery, when it comes to the gameplay itself, it's far too sparse and peculiar for its own good. All in all, there's ultimately only one way to describe DEO: a jump too far.