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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.
This is a great game, although it can become frustrating after a while and I'd advise turning the music off early on, else being driven insane will likely ensue.
Didn't really need a story really, although from what I gathered ... clouds don't care about the stuff going on below them, all they care about is staying away from storm clouds and making it snow to (maybe) cheer things up below once in a while.
Recommended if you've half an hour or so to kill.
One of the best games on newgrounds
These people do not seem to understand the true value of this game. The carefree attitude of the clouds along with the destruction of war sends a very powerful message. The music tied into the game perfectly. I applaud this beautiful work of art. Keep up the good job. 10/10
Finally Beat it!
Incredibly hard game but a really fun game to kill lots of time!
A Nice little game
At first I was getting pretty frustrated. These little bastard clouds show no mercy. If you touch the edge of the screen or hit a raincloud, you're FUCKED. Start over again, sucka. Well, just when I was about to say fuck it and write a review about how the game was too hard, I actually ended up pulling it off. I beat the whole game, and got to watch the cool little ending video :D All in all, I'd say it's not a bad game. It is what it is, a peaceful calming game of clouds trying to avoid the edges of the screen and rainclouds. The sounds I hated at first, but looking back the music and sound effects go well with the game. The precision necessary (using a keyboard) is a tad absurd, but it's nothing anybody can't get used to with a little toying around. Yes, most of the levels require a bit of thought and trial and error, and you will probably want to say fuck this game a few times, but eventually you can figure it out with a bit of thought. The only tip I can think to give anybody playing now reading my review is to time the clouds. If haven't noticed yet, all clouds slowly move up and down. This timing is important for precision maneuvering. You need to time the clouds so they fall just in line to make a neat line, or box, whatever you need for the level. Sloppily ordered clouds won't get you very far. Towards the end levels if I managed to get a sloppy lineup, I'd just hit a raincloud on purpose and start over because there's just no point in continuing with sloppy form. All in all, it was a good game and fun experience. I enjoyed beating it ;) Things to improve on? Meh, maybe you can get creative with a sequel, but I'd say it's good as it is. It is what it is - cloud control. You're a cloud...clouds don't care about anything :D 10/10 for a graphically pleasing interesting and challenging game!
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