Submitted by AbsoluteZelda 808d ago | interview

Gamnesia: Exclusive Interview With Cloudberry Kingdom Developer

Gamnesia: "Q). For our readers who don’t know much about Cloudberry Kingdom, how would you describe the game, and what’s the core reason for your potential audience to buy it?

Cloudberry Kingdom is a 2d platformer with infinite, randomly generated levels. Imagine Mario and Tetris had a lovechild. The child doesn’t look like a mix between Mario and Tetris, that would be weird. It’s more how the game plays, every time you beat a level, the next level is slightly harder. There are a few pretty good reasons to pick up a copy of Cloudberry Kingdom. Randomly generated levels means that you’ll never have to play the same level twice, which is really nice. Our A.I. generates levels custom-built to fit your skill level, so you’ll never be bored! (Unless you just plain hate platformers no matter what). We have a Sandbox mode in the game where you can create your own levels and share them with your friends. There are online leaderboards to compare your scores with others around the world. Our main character is voiced by Kevin Sorbo. You can get $1000 for being the first person to beat the Story Mode. We have a number of other reasons, but this paragraph is already pretty lengthy…I’ll stop there." (Cloudberry Kingdom, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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