Use over-the-top rocket powered parkour and reckless moves to carve your own way through challenging levels. Through a heavy focus on speed and mobility you gain lots of freedom to choose your own resolve, and you are never limited by the controls. But it won’t be a cake walk. Use your reflexes and wits to survive, as you encounter numerous hazards, everything from immense mind bending obstacles to hostile robots standing in your way. All set in a mysterious and hostile dreamscape of floating ruins among the clouds.
Huge thanks to everybody that voted, commented or have supported us in any way. With your help Cloudbuilt has now been greenlit! It was a huge morale boost at the end of the work day to see the “Congratulations, Cloudbuilt has been greenlit” mail appear in our inbox.
So what’s happening now, you might wonder. Well we will continue work on the game and getting it to the point where it’s ready for release, which shouldn’t be that far off. We will also sit down and work out a plan if and how we will handle beta/early access, though we can’t say anything more specific about it right now.
There is also a bunch of paperwork that needs to be taken care of now, but we hope to have a Steam store page for pre-orders up as soon as possible and have more info for you then.
And once again thanks for all the support!
Latest tweets from @coilworks
@Theo_aCloud Thanks! We are so sneaky that you just suddenly have the game.
Jul 21 2014, 5:06am
@TimvLeeuwen Thanks for the support! No plans for VR support atm. Probably need cybernetic necks to properly handle those speeds.
Jul 14 2014, 7:47pm
Tweeting again for US crowd. First DLC for Cloudbuilt released absolutely free, focusing on pure platforming skills. T.co
Jul 11 2014, 5:39pm
Jul 11 2014, 8:14am
RT @JacobLincke: And for those who already grabbed a copy of Additional Speed, stop by again and download the new chiptune medley "Cloudbit…
Jul 10 2014, 5:12pm
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Jul 9 2014, 1:53pm
Jul 8 2014, 5:51pm
So, we just release a DLC for Cloudbuilt focusing on pure platforming T.co Oh, and it's totally free!
Jul 7 2014, 2:45pm