Celeste for PC
PC - Windows


Jan 25, 2018
13th of 26903

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Matt Thorson
Content Rating: Everyone10+


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

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7 or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 M380
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD 4000
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 1200 MB available space

Gamer Reviews

24465 Reviews
0 review
Jun 13, 2020
Everything about this game is amazing, the pixel-perfect art, awesome gameplay, the heartwarming story and most of all the 10/10 music. The game starts easy, teaching you simple controls and as you progress, the game knows it and challenges you by adding more mechanics with ever increasing level of complexity...

The platforming in this game is a puzzle in of itself, challenging you to find ways on how to overcome a certain room without giving hints or clues. While it is hard you can always change the difficulty with "assist mode" to fit your own needs.

My favorite thing about this game is the music, it's phenomenal, I really like how the music changes through each level, it starts soft and as the game progress it becomes more and more upbeat raising your stress levels. There are times when the game really gets challenging and pushes you to the verge of quitting, however the music compels me to completion every single time. I just can't give up, it's just that good.

Celeste is a game you'd never expect to impact you the way it does, the story is great and evokes various emotions. I never really paid attention to it at first, it was just there sitting alongside all the backlogged games in my library. Tried it once, and what came next was fascinating. It quickly became one of my favorite games. I rarely come across games as well designed and as well thought out as Celeste, I highly recommend it, it's a masterpiece!
Jun 20, 2020
The good:

-the difficulty

-the gameplay

-the graphics

-the music

-the characters

-cool bossfights even thaugh there is no fighting mechanics

-the level design

The bad:

*work in progress*

-0.1 because of the difficulty, some parts can be frustrating (i hate you landmark 14)
Sep 8, 2019
Perfection. The only platformer that has a story to tell.
Alice Luckey

Alice Luckey

Jun 21, 2021
Davide Maddaloni

Davide Maddaloni

May 2, 2021
Sabit Berkay Manavgat


Mar 18, 2021


Feb 1, 2021

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

20 Reviews
Russ FrushtickJan 25, 2018
It’s ironic that a platforming game’s greatest, most innovative elements lie not in the platforming itself, but around it. Yet perhaps that’s the point. Matt Thorson, the game’s designer, is clearly a master of platforming mechanics, as evidenced by his work on TowerFall and some truly insane Super Mario Maker levels. Celeste reaches beyond, showing that tricky, well-designed platforming challenges are really just the tip of the iceberg. There’s far more underneath the surface. And maybe that’s worth dying for.
Kevin MersereauJan 25, 2018
For the first time in ages, I have absolutely nothing to complain about. Celeste was everything I’d hoped for and then some. I’m not saying this is the best video game I’ve ever played. It’s much too early to start declaring things like that. What I am saying is that this is an essential gaming experience. Everything this team set out to do they accomplished. If you have any love for indie games, you’re about to fall head over heels. These people have created something very close to perfection.
Shaun PrescottJan 25, 2018
But overall, this is a twitch platformer that feels paced like a blockbuster action videogame: there are moments that allow you to breath and reflect, there are opportunities to feel strong and times you’ll feel hopeless. It knows when to give you a break, it knows when to really dig its claws in. I’d recommend 1001 Spikes to basically no one but myself, but I’d recommend Celeste to anyone.

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