Cloudberry Kingdom™

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Third party DRM: Steam

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Description

Unhappily ever after... That’s how it starts. The Orb resurfaces and classic characters return. Kobbler with his mania and the princess with her endless boredom. It’s only a matter of time before Bob, our hero, shows up to put order back to madness. Three powers struggle for victory, and the fate of Cloudberry Kingdom™ hangs in the balance. What will become of our retired hero? Will saving the princess one last time win her love? Could true love ever stop Kobbler and the power of the Orb? No, probably not. But hey, it’s worth a shot!


Key Features:

  • Infinite Levels

    A platformer designed with a fully random level generator. Every level is brand new. The difficulty caters to all skill levels, from casual to hard core. Also, save and send levels to friends!

  • Hero Selection

    Play as 10 hero types and unlock even more. Also, create your own hero in the Hero Factory – not just the look of the hero, but the physics as well.

  • Multiple Game Modes

    Experience three different types of play including Campaign mode, Free Play and Arcade mode which includes Time Crises, Hero Rush, and Escalation.

  • Multiplayer and Co-op

    Enjoy four-player gaming with multiplayer and co-op modes, including Bungee mode.

  • Celebrity Voice Acting

    Cloudberry Kingdom touts celebrity voice actor Kevin Sorbo, the star of hit TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Andromeda, and plays the leading role in the parody film Meet the Spartans.

Customer reviews

70

Procedurally generated madness

duzell | Aug. 3, 2013 | See all duzell's reviews »

The gimmick for this game is that every level is procedurally generated, and this makes for a very unique sort of game. On the plus side, it means that you can go and play as many levels as you want, and the game will just keep serving them up for you. A big feature of this game is that it tailors the level generation to what it feels your skill level is, and it does this better than any other game I’ve seen. On the minus side, this means that levels are good, but never really excellent in the handcrafted way you might see in something like Super Meat Boy. Besides the level generation, this is a fairly standard platformer. You pick up new abilities every few levels and try to move to the right while everything tries its hardest to kill you. If you ever get too stuck there’s an option to see how a computer solved the level so it never gets too frustrating, but it also never really feels too brilliant. Overall, a good game.

93

Great game!

friendbear | Aug. 2, 2013 | See all friendbear's reviews »

This game is awesome! It has great graphics and its easy to play and understand. I like how you are able to customize your own characters and make them different colors. There are just so many different ways to change up your character and make them unique.

If you like the game Super Meat Boy, you will definitely love this game. I like how its timed, so it makes you go as fast as you can, testing your reflexes and skills.

What I dont like is how it gets a bit hectic in some levels and its just overwhelming.

Overall, its a great game. Everyone who is looking for a good platformer should get this.