Cloudphobia is a beautiful horizontally-scrolling shoot 'em up which recounts your struggle as a pilot to set free a girl who is able to control the power of the machines. Player will be confronted with five stages with 3 minutes time limit for each levels. Protect your mothership from destruction but at the same time reach the boss before time runs out.
Cloudphobia is composed of five 3-minute episodes. Players must use their boost to reach and defeat each end boss within the time limit, while also protecting their mothership by destroying as many enemies as they can. There are two types of mechs to choose from: the PLG-90, that's armed with a gun and the NúllPunktur, that's armed with a vibroblade.
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While engaging an experiment with their newest prototype, the “EAM-10P Englar”, an inconceivable sudden strike was launched upon us by Pilot “EG-04 Mist”. Now, under her control, our future is being jeopardized as she is deploying automatic combat aircraft in the surroundings to attack us. Their newest prototype was developed to have a very powerful beam strong enough to destroy us all. Somehow, we managed to evade a direct hit but have lost most of our arsenal. As the enemy is replenishing their energy and reconstructing their strategy for the second strike, only 3 minutes are left for us to take action.
Your mission is to use what is left and to destroy the prototype. Finding and getting your way to the target might be a difficult task with conventional arms, but since you will be equipped with a power “boost”, you should be able to complete this mission.
You know what that means: leave no enemy mech alive!
Protect the Mothership Trailer
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