Degrees of Separation

4.3 out of 5
22 User Ratings
5 Stars
59%
5 Stars
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4 Stars
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Degrees of Separation
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About Degrees of Separation

About this game

Developed by Moondrop and published by Modus Games. 

Degrees of Separation is a charming 2D puzzle-adventure title where you'll need to use the elements of heat and cold to advance!

Two Sides of a Coin

Ember and Rime will have to use their powers to find a way to reunite, as there's an enigmatic force keeping them away from one another. 

Think, Think, Think

Through the powers of the two protagonists, you'll have to journey through the game's world, solving puzzles and uncovering the compelling story.

Non-Linear Levels 

Explore the different landscapes of the world at your own pace, as there's no set way to experience them! Through these new areas, you'll learn more mechanics to solve other puzzles!

Find a Friend

Degrees of Separation can be played co-op with a friend! Each will take on the role of one of the protagonists so that you may work together to solve the puzzles. 

Steam Deck

Degreed of Separation is verified on the Steam Deck, meaning you can take the game anywhere, any time! 

Game Details

Release Date:
February 13, 2019
Developer:
Moondrop
Publisher:
Modus Games
Rating:
ACB rating of 3
ESRB rating of 6
PEGI rating of 3
USK rating of 3
Supported Languages:
English +
Genres:
2D Platformer
Puzzle Platformer

Puzzle

Story Rich

Platformer
Themes:
Atmospheric
Relaxing

Side Scroller

Hand-drawn

Romance
Play Styles:
Local Co-Op
Co-op

2D

Online Co-Op
Collections:
Co-op Puzzle
Story Puzzle
Features:
Local Coop
SharedSplit Screen

Steam Achievements

Partial Controller Support

Steam Cloud

Product Requirements

Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics Card with support for DirectX 11
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 800 MB available space

Recommended:

  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i7 - 3.4Ghz
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (3GB) or AMD equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

YouTube Videos

1.5 Degrees of Separation - #weCANconnect

February 22, 2022

Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon: Inside the Game

January 09, 2010

Degrees of separation || First gameplay

August 16, 2020

Degrees of Separation User Reviews

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User Rating

Average score from 22 ratings
83% of users would recommend this.
4.3

User Ratings Breakdown

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Pretty puzzler

Fanatical User
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This is a fun environmental puzzler. I like the art style and remember the music being good as well. There were some tricky puzzles in there (at least for me), but nothing that felt too unfair. If you're looking for a game in this genre, maybe check a few gameplay vids of this one. If you think it looks good, then most likely you'll enjoy it!
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Recommended

Fanatical User
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The game is okay overall. + nice grapics + good audio (narrator as well as music) + controls are fairly simple + levels with a fasttravel function to locations you have been before + 2 endings depending on how you decide + nice story (from what I gathered but more below) + Multiplayer (online-koop) + nice ideas for the levels (each has a kind of special ability for the characters) As good these plus points are, there were a few things that kind of ruined the experience for me: - you don't necessarily have to play the levels in their intended order (there are doors in a castle you have to find and you can play them in the order you find them mostly, which is not the correct order) - the point above results in a weird story as you don't always know which level is next - the castle is very chaotic and searching for the next chapter is tiring sometimes - chapter 2 was ANNOYING and NO FUN. We enjoyed all the puzzles up to this point but chapter 2 was just so much trial an error that solving a puzzle what no "aha" moment but rather "f*cking finally". we had to look up a bunch and towards the end had no motivation to try and figure stuff out ourselves. - controls were often annoying (character hangs on to everything, "B" or "circle" button is not "let go" command but the special ability (you have to jump again to let go), resulting in many failed attempts as we accidentally pressed the wrong button - online-coop was tricky because what we saw was different. On my screen I could time it perfectly, but for my partner I jumped way too late. This is really problematic, as the game is supposed to be played together As I said, the game is okay. I recommend you get it on sale, though. We completed everything, got all achivements in less than 7 hours, and 20€ for that is a bit too much in my opinion.
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Recommended

Jacksa
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Could be fun if u have anyone to play it with. Playing this alone kinda sucks :(
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Not Recommended

Fanatical User
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My Video Review can be found here: https://youtu.be/VOgFFeCcssU Is Degrees of Separation the game that is worth your money and attention? There are undoubtedly many pros like the original game concept based on environmental changes, some interesting puzzles, relaxing gameplay, casual difficulty, user friendly controls, beautiful graphics, atmospheric music and sounds and last but not least - the local co-op. Unfortunately, there are significant cons that spoil the gameplay - uninteresting story without deep emotions, absence of map, backtracking in empty and non-living environment and weak motivation based on collecting anonymous scarfs which results in early stereotype. Pros: - original concept - puzzle design - relaxing gameplay - reasonable difficulty - controls - graphics - music and sounds - local co-op Cons: - story without emotions - absence of map - empty environment - weak motivation - early stereotype I cannot say that Degrees of Separation is a total disaster but you can simply find many better puzzle platformers for the same or even lower price. As I had quite high expectations of this game that were not fulfilled and it started to be quite boring too soon for me I am giving Degrees of Separation Thumbs Down and VideoGaming Father’s Index 5+ out of 10 - not recommended.
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Recommended

Fanatical User
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This is quite fun! I played on my own, controlling each character in turn, and it's well done! I'll bet some people never saw the proper ending though.
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Recommended

Dean
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Great game to play in coop. The game it's more about thinking than action.
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Recommended

Fanatical User
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A perfect game to spend a Saturday afternoon playing with your partner or friends, this is how I end up describing Degrees of Separation, with very good and challenging puzzles, an impeccable design and a very fluid animation, this is one of those indie titles that you can not stop having in your collection.
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