0 Degrees is coming to consoles on May 19

0 Degrees

The Eastasiasoft team announced today that its icy puzzle-platformer 0 Degrees arrives soon digitally on consoles.

Offering 40 levels of single-screen challenges, 0 Degrees is designed to be a challenging but straightforward affair, made more profound and dynamic with unique physics-based elements. A snow-covered wonderland of platforming action awaits in 0 Degrees, a chill puzzle experience for players of any age or skill level.

Take control of a bundled-up pixel art climber as they make their way across icefields, up frosted peaks, through dark caves, and over treacherous pitfalls. Players can form ice blocks to negotiate the wide variety of environmental puzzles. Blocks can be stacked, thrown, laid on top of traps, or used to trigger switches.

It’s up to the player to get creative and find a path from each stage’s entry to the exit portal. Help them survive mysterious hazards and overcome brain-teasing obstacles that span 40 unique levels.

The objective is simple. Navigate single-screen challenges from entry to exit, then warp to the next level of escalating complexity. Locate and unlock warp points by activating switches, opening doors, and finding unique crystals. 

You’ll even be able to form ice blocks to help you negotiate dangerous gaps or reach high ledges. Stack them on top of one another, knock them over or toss them on top of spikes and switches. If you get in a tight spot or plummet off a cliff, no worries. You can restart at the beginning of any level you’ve reached, allowing you to try again.

0 Degrees arrives on consoles on May 19, 2021. This chilly new puzzle platformer will be available digitally for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One for $4.99.

Watch the 0 Degrees trailer below!

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