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Cloudventure

In Apanda's surreal arcade game Cloudventure, little Cloudia has to pass one more test to become a weather mage, but when all you can do is make clouds, how are you suppose to survive a gauntlet of mines, lightning, and other tricky obstacles? To play, just click the screen. Cloudia is constantly moving forward, and each click makes a cloud that boosts her up, allowing you to "fly" up and down the screen. Collecting coins gives you cash to spend on upgrades at the store in case you get knocked out, which is probably going to happen a few times since in the beginning bumping against a single thing will make Claudia fall and force you to restart. The game isn't actually that long, and a few upgrades will get you far, especially since there are power-ups you can pick up to help along the way, with twelve stars netting you a random one as well. Cloudventure is simple, but its cute, dreamy style and storybook setting, complete with strange creatures and encounters, makes it a fun little arcade game that will brighten your day, even if it isn't much of a challenge.

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Leopardmask March 9, 2015 8:50 PM

Seems really grindy to me. I've gotten most of the upgrades that actually help with distance and I've still only managed to get about halfway.
Speaking of upgrades, minor annoyance (well, I hate it but it's not exactly game-breaking): You can fully upgrade something but when you have a certain amount of money it still has the exclamation mark to show it's upgradable. You can't click on it to upgrade more though.
Also, the game doesn't tell you how much money you have unless you're in the shop, making the exclamation mark thing even more annoying.
All in all, it seems basically like Flappy Bird with upgrades and more interesting obstacles. Although I really want to see the end because it's probably adorable, the game is just getting too boring and for some reason (admittedly probably my multitasking) laggy.

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Decided to try this again and still cannot figure out what the Flying Koalas are for?

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The flying koalas smash obstacles and poop out gems - like most koalas in video games.

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