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** Volume 2 as of the 2.0 update has Anima and Myosotis, but ''especially'' Myosotis. It's the only song in the game so far to have a difficulty level of '''''[[UpToEleven eleven]]'''''.

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** Volume 2 as of the 2.0 update has Anima and Myosotis, but ''especially'' Myosotis. It's the only song in the game so far to have a difficulty level of '''''[[UpToEleven eleven]]'''''.'''''eleven'''''.


A sequel, Deemo II, was released on January 13, 2022. You can watch the teaser trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8LveBCVIXA here.]]

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A sequel, Deemo II, VideoGame/DeemoII, was released on January 13, 2022. You can watch the teaser trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8LveBCVIXA here.]]


* RearrangeTheSong: Saika, Sanctity and Entrance, from {{Cytus}}, have each been given a new arrangement in Deemo.

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* RearrangeTheSong: Saika, Sanctity and Entrance, from {{Cytus}}, ''VideoGame/{{Cytus}}'', have each been given a new arrangement in Deemo.


A sequel has been teased by Rayark, though no release date has been announced. You can watch the teaser trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8LveBCVIXA here.]]

An AnimatedAdaptation, ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJFQvwaUefI Deemo: Memorial Keys]]'', would be released in 2022.

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A sequel has been teased by Rayark, though no release date has been announced.sequel, Deemo II, was released on January 13, 2022. You can watch the teaser trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8LveBCVIXA here.]]

An AnimatedAdaptation, ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJFQvwaUefI Deemo: Memorial Keys]]'', would be was released theatrically in Japan on February 25, 2022.


* AdultFear: [[spoiler:Losing the ones you love. Alice's parents are dead, meaning that her only caretaker was her older brother Hans, only to suddenly lose him in a traffic accident that killed Hans instantly. The same accident put Alice in a coma, where her mind split into the Little Girl, who wanted to live, and the Masked Lady/Celia, who wanted to die so she could stay with Hans. The Masked Lady/Celia tries everything she could to make the Little Girl stay in Alice's mindscape so Deemo, Hans' mental image, wouldn't disappear, but finally relents in the end when Deemo manages to convince her that it's for the best. When Alice finally wakes up, the full implications of Hans' death hits her, and she breaks down sobbing in her hospital room]].


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* SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Alice's parents are dead, meaning that her only caretaker was her older brother Hans, only to suddenly lose him in a traffic accident that killed Hans instantly. The same accident put Alice in a coma, where her mind split into the Little Girl, who wanted to live, and the Masked Lady/Celia, who wanted to die so she could stay with Hans. The Masked Lady/Celia tries everything she could to make the Little Girl stay in Alice's mindscape so Deemo, Hans' mental image, wouldn't disappear, but finally relents in the end when Deemo manages to convince her that it's for the best. When Alice finally wakes up, the full implications of Hans' death hits her, and she breaks down sobbing in her hospital room]].


** The only lyrics for the song "Run Lads Run", which can be found in the same room [[spoiler:where she finds items related to the traffic accident that killed her brother]], is "Oh my god, I'm losing control!" [[spoiler:It's implied that this is what the driver said when a bus went out of control and killed Hans]].

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** The only lyrics for the song "Run Lads Go Run", which can be found in the same room [[spoiler:where she finds items related to the traffic accident that killed her brother]], is "Oh my god, I'm losing control!" [[spoiler:It's implied that this is what the driver said when a bus went out of control and killed Hans]].

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A 3D remake with added exploration and puzzle elements, ''Deemo -Reborn-'', was released for the [=PlayStation=] 4 in November, 2019, Windows PC (via Steam) in September, 2020, and Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android devices on December, 2020. This version is VR compatible on the former two systems, adding a point-and-click feel to the exploration. View the trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_onD4U3fgE here]].

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An AnimatedAdaptation, ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJFQvwaUefI Deemo: Memorial Keys]]'', would be released in 2022.


* MindScrew: [[spoiler: The Masked Lady is later revealed to be Alice, a.k.a. the Little Girl]]. Try wrapping your head around that for a moment.
** [[spoiler: It's not a complete MindScrew now. When Deemo came out on the PS Vita, it was revealed that the Masked Lady is Celia, a side of Alice who remembers most of the things she had forgotten and tried to stop Alice from leaving the dream so she wouldn't be separated from Hans.]]

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* MindScrew: [[spoiler: The When first revealed in Deemo 2.0, [[spoiler:the Masked Lady is later revealed to be Alice, a.k.a. looks like the Little Girl]]. Try wrapping your head around that for a moment.
** [[spoiler: It's not a complete MindScrew now. When
Girl/Alice]], playing the trope straight. But it's later [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] with Deemo came out on the PS Vita, it was revealed ~Last Recital~ revealing that the [[spoiler:the Masked Lady is Celia, a side manifestation of Alice who remembers most of the things she had forgotten what happened to her brother Hans and tried is in denial over it, and has been trying to stop Alice from leaving because if she does so, Deemo, the dream so she wouldn't mental image of their brother, would disappear and Celia doesn't want to be separated from Hans.]]Hans]].


!!This game provides examples of:

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!!This game !!''Deemo'' provides examples of:


* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:The Little Girl is able to escape being trapped in Alice's mindscape, allowing the latter to heal and wake up from her coma in the real world. However, this means that Deemo is gone forever, and the realization of her older brother's death hits Alice ''hard''. On the other hand, Alice is later revealed in [=DLC=] material to have become a pianist like her brother]].

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:The Little Girl is able to escape being trapped in Alice's mindscape, allowing the latter to heal and wake up from her coma in the real world. However, this means that Deemo is gone forever, and the realization of her older brother's death hits Alice ''hard''. On the other hand, Alice is later [=DLC=] material, ĎThe Forgotten Hourglassí, revealed in [=DLC=] material that despite how saddened Alice was regarding her brotherís death she was able to have become move passed her brotherís death and build a new life for her own by becoming an accomplished pianist like her brother]].


** Nine Point Eight: The lyrics include a laundry list of flowers with significant meanings, also depicted on the cover art. [[spoiler:In order they are calla lily (death), carnation (fascination), daisy (innocence), chysanthemum (platonic love), kalanchoe (poisonous houseplant that kills by affecting the heart), lisianthus ("dissolution flower"), cream rose ("thinking of you"), stargazer (sympathy) , and iris (loyalty).]]

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** Nine Point Eight: The lyrics include a laundry list of flowers with significant meanings, also depicted on the cover art. [[spoiler:In order they are calla lily (death), carnation (fascination), daisy (innocence), chysanthemum (platonic love), kalanchoe (poisonous houseplant that kills by affecting the heart), lisianthus ("dissolution flower"), cream rose ("thinking of you"), stargazer (sympathy) , (sympathy), and iris (loyalty).]]



* LyricalDissonance: Almost EVERY song with vocals in Collection 1 save for ones that already sound creepy. Most noticeable in Nine Point Eight, a love song about flowers. And the singer following her cremated lover by committing suicide. 9.8 meters per second is the rate at which she fell.

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* LyricalDissonance: Almost EVERY song with vocals in Collection 1 save for ones that already sound creepy. Most noticeable in Nine Point Eight, a love song about flowers. And the singer following her cremated lover by committing suicide. suicide by jumping. "9.8" refers to acceleration due to gravity, 9.8 meters per second is the rate at which she fell.squared.


* CoolBigBro: Deemo is rather nice for a creepy humanoid, and his relationship with the Little Girl is LikeBrotherAndSister. [[spoiler:Justified, as Deemo is the living embodiment of what little Alice remembers of Hans, her deceased brother]]/-

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* CoolBigBro: Deemo is rather nice for a creepy humanoid, and his relationship with the Little Girl is LikeBrotherAndSister. [[spoiler:Justified, as Deemo is the living embodiment of what little Alice remembers of Hans, her deceased brother]]/-brother]].


** 3.0 adds Light Orbs that appear sooner and can each be tapped for 65 cm of growth each.

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** 3.0 adds Light Orbs that appear sooner and can each be tapped for 65 cm of growth each.each [[spoiler: or for 10% of the staircase construction once you reach that point]]. Also, Light Orbs will accumulate in rooms that haven't been unlocked yet, up to the maximum of three, essentially giving you a sizable amount of free growth once you unlock the room.


''[[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rayark.pluto Deemo]]'' is a RhythmGame developed for Android and iOS devices by Rayark, the same developer behind the rhythm games {{VideoGame/Cytus}} and {{VideoGame/VOEZ}}. Essentially, Deemo is a column-free touchscreen version of {{VideoGame/Beatmania}}, with an emphasis on piano notes. Currently, there are more than sixty songs available to play in three difficulties for each song, distributed over twelve collections.

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''[[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rayark.pluto Deemo]]'' is a RhythmGame developed for Android and iOS devices by Rayark, the same developer behind the rhythm games {{VideoGame/Cytus}} ''VideoGame/{{Cytus}}'' and {{VideoGame/VOEZ}}. ''VideoGame/{{VOEZ}}''. Essentially, Deemo ''Deemo'' is a column-free touchscreen version of {{VideoGame/Beatmania}}, ''VideoGame/{{Beatmania}}'', with an emphasis on piano notes. Currently, there are more than sixty songs available to play in three difficulties for each song, distributed over twelve collections.

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