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Sep 9, 2011 | 12:54 PM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place September 10, 2011

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Conquer Forest Canopy 5 Points Beat all five levels of the 1st world
Conquer Lava Peaks 5 Points Beat all five levels of the 2nd world
Conquer Nimbus Basin 10 Points Beat all five levels of the 3rd world
Conquer Kingdom Outskirts 25 Points Beat all 4 levels of the 5th world
Conquer Starry Skies 25 Points Beat all five levels of the 4th world
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Author Comments

"Kingdom in the Clouds" is an action/defense game complete with an upgrade system. You play as a young prince who must return with his sister after falling far from their kingdom in the clouds.

There are 5 different zones you must battle through before reaching your kingdom. Each zone, accompanied by its own unique art (RedHarvest) and music (thatcomposerguy), has 5 levels you must complete before advancing to the next. As you advance, the levels increase in difficulty. To beat the game you must successfully complete all levels and defeat the final wave.

To aid you in your journeys, the player is introduced to an upgrade system via a companion owl named "Hoot." The upgrades are a variety of both offensive and defensive skills. These include health upgrades for your character and your sister, a powerful wall in the form of a cloud, decreasing the amount of time that Hoot delivers helpful item drops, and a devastating zap attack!

MonoFlauta, RedHarvest, Seymour, and thatcomposerguy, want to thank you for playing and hope that you enjoy "Kingdom in the Clouds!"

EDIT 10/09/11 - Thanks Tom for the front page! Also now all the medals are approve :)

Reviews


OverlordXDOverlordXD

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 11, 2011

What a Enjoying Game

I had a Spened time playing this game... i loved it... it has a good plot im surpirzed that it got 5th place in daily it needed more i mean thanks to people like calvin it's not in 2nt or 1st... i mean guys this is a great game IM SORRY THAT YOU DIDNT LIKE IT but hay it is by a great maker and you chouse to hate it



ESGEEESGEE

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 11, 2011

Awesome

Ok. First off I have to agree with a few post about the upgrades system. I thought that when you upgraded your cloud attack it would do more damage or at least allow you to shoot more rapidly. :( However all the rest of the upgrades worked perfectly well. Now for the juicy part of my review. I loved the story line , where you were the prince of the clouds and you had to protect your sister to get back home. The gameplay was refreshing in a way seeing as how you mixed platform mechanics with classic defense gameplay. Very well animated, narrated, and great music that just ties the whole thing together. There were some glitches near the outer kingdom levels where your character would slow down but all in all a great game. Please make a follow up game, and this time around make the cloud attack upgrades more apparent. And maybe you could even make an upgrade for the jump where you can form a floating cloud to raise your sister up to safety for a limited amount of time. Keep up the good work.



CalveinCalvein

Rated 0 / 5 stars September 11, 2011

Azerty

You can't bind the keys and if you pass your azerty keyboard to qwerty it won't do anything, so unplayable.



EndlessCreatorsEndlessCreators

Rated 1 / 5 stars September 11, 2011

Boring

After like the first 5 minutes I was ready to leave. It was really boring. I never really cared for clouds and such anyway.



EDB2EDB2

Rated 3 / 5 stars September 11, 2011

Okay its nice

It's nice. It works. The graphics are there. I feel like the posters below me really hit the heart of the problem about the upgrades not really making any significant impact on stage performance.