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The Blood Cloud: The Game

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May 27, 2011 | 3:44 PM EDT

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Author Comments

This game was inspired by Game and Watch games and made as a love letter to KC Green for all of his wonderful work on his comics Gun Show



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

This was alright. Silly idea, got boring fast.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Lovelovelovelove KC Green's stuff

And it's a fairly good game, with a very very neat design. : D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


its very great and its very addictive best score so far 170
great flash game though


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars



this is so retro its not even funny.

the concept is a wee bit tough to pick up on, but i eventually got the hang of it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Quite Fun.

A remastering of the ol' Nintendo Game & Watch gaming systems. Really liked the art, never played a Game & Watch but I guess this gives me a taste of it, and it was nice. I liked the two-button design that's just like the Game & Watch (as I have seen screenshots of 'em) and the Game A button. I would love to see more Game & Watch-like games.

As for the game itself, the art was nice and quite retro. The fact that the vampire moved on just 5 spots and had special different drawings on those was just like old games too. The sun was also a nifty feature that made this full of skill. It was hard to time and wrote up my loss. It was nice how it slowly progressed from nothing, to crescent moon, to full moon, to sun. I also liked the art on the blood tubs and how they only filled to 4 levels. The blood itself was also quite retro as it stayed the same and fell at a good rate.

I loved how the game piecemeal got faster and faster, making the Sun's progression from night to day a little bit harder to time and to suck the blood out of the tubs. Nonetheless, fun, and addicting. I got to 310 on my third try (that was when I realized that the sun caused my death and that I could just go in the casket to hide from the sun). The music was also great. The shortcut keys on the keyboard was a nifty feature as well, because playing on the onscreen buttons might have well been a pain. Nice addition of being able to use them anyway.

+Shortcut Keys
+Nice Retro Music + SFX
+Great Retro Art

As it remains to be a good game, it would have been nice to explain somewhere how to play. Nonetheless, it was fun. 10/10, 5/5.

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