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Cloud Control

rated 3.57 / 5 stars
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Aug 30, 2010 | 12:39 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place August 31, 2010

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Author Comments

You are a cloud. Clouds don't care about anything.

This is a precision puzzle game: touch each blue cloud to assimilate them, then move together until the sky is yours. Don't try to leave the screen or touch storm clouds.

Move your cloud mass with the arrow keys, and click the arrow in the top-left to return to the level select screen.

Pay no attention to the world below.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Finally a mentally relaxing way to have fun!!!


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Boring, repetitive, annoying, too hard, etc

One of the worst games ive ever played.

All you do is maneuver a damn cloud around storm clouds and connect them to other clouds.

ok first off:

1. That doesnt make any sense
2. Its really fucking boring.

not fun, no point, etc.

The game had decent graphics and the backround with tanks and house fires, it didnt really make much sense. The music was unusual too.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I Agree with Skeletos

The game has this sort of dreamy feeling with the music and overall feel, but that's all completely ruined by the difficulty of this entire game. Having to restart a level fifteen times gets REALLY annoying. The entire game experience is ruined, and We can see you're trying to make a hidden point with all the background stuff thats going on, but no one really cares about whatever hidden message you're trying to get across when the game makes you want to rip your hair out.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

haha, unrelated to your game but..

I like how the startup advert mute button does NOTHING!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Agravating clouds, awsome WWII scenery and music

I enjoyed th world below the clouds more then the clouds themsleves and the music just kept my ire from the clouds from seething over.