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.
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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Hi, is it possible to upload the game manual again in the extras, or a working link please? Thanks in advance. :)
Hi, I asked and Rahaks's startup issue (and mine too) are most likely video playback related. The game requires Windows Media Player components for the logo & intro, so if wmp is uninstalled (or something is missing, maybe a codec?), it won't work. I have not tried this yet, but it sounds reasonable.
Every time I try to play this game it says Loading... then goes to a black screen while music plays. Hitting escape only exits the program. If I alt tab quicky it says "Address violation at address 0052F77C in module 'cloudphobia_en.exe' Read of address 00000000." It also seems to be launching on my second monitor instead of my primary for some reason.
A friend of mine who I bought this game as a gift, has this same issue if starts the game in Fullscreen Mode (black screen and only music), but not in Windowed Mode. Now he can only play if he starts it in this mode (tested with current latest version: 1.0).
For some reason i can't launch the game =/
It keeps crashing with the following error message :
Exception EOleSysError in module cloudphobia_en.exe at 000B41C9.
Non registered class.
I can access the config tho, but changing settings doesn't make it any better.
Already tried to repair the game via Desura, no more luck.
Hi Rahaks - did you get it working?
That's a negative, sir.
Tried to reinstall it from scratch, changed all options in the config, still nothing.
I kinda abandoned the idea to play it to be honest.
I had the same problem and gave up myself a few weeks back. I remember doing some googling which led me to believe it's some sort of DLL problem, but I could just be wrong about that... at any rate, nothing I tried actually fixed the issue.
For what it's worth, an older version of the game runs fine on this machine, so it seems to be some new quirk introduced with this new release.
The config program is not saving my screen resolution choice. It always reverts to 800x600. I've tried various compatibility modes and admin privileges for both the config program and the game executable. I'm using Win7 x64. Any ideas how to go to higher resolution?
Change the resolution from the in-game graphic options. I have the same problem (also using Win7 x64) with the config tool, but changing them in-game instead saved my resolution to 1080p (although I considered keeping it at 800x600 because the game is made in 4:3, and having it on 1080p makes it look a bit stretched).
Hope it helps (and works for you as well!).
That issue happens on a few other games, like Croixleur. If you launch the game from the actual executable, rather than the Desura shortcut/client, the changes made in the configuration tool should actually be kept. Something about how Desura launches games or creates their shortcuts. At any rate, changing it in the game is the easiest way.