Negative Nimbus: The lovable raincloud who can’t stop raining launches his award-winning iOS game today

Boston, Massachusetts - Three-time Emmy-nominated indie studio CloudKid has officially launched its first-ever original iOS game, Negative Nimbus. This beautiful touch-based iPad app - which won the award for best visuals and design at the Boston Festival of Indie Games - features a lovable-but-curmudgeonly raincloud who just can’t stop raining.

Players guide Nimbus through the stunningly animated worlds of Sunnyland, raining on all the flowers and trying to keep everyone else dry. The simple, intuitive tap-and-swipe gameplay is designed for gamers of all ages to explore these immersive levels and avoid soaking its dozens of quirky characters.

Why this game is awesome:

•3 gorgeous worlds to unlock (with 3 more to come!)

•Tons of challenging levels

•Simple and intuitive tap-and-swipe gameplay

•Unlockable achievements, including comics and wearable hats for Nimbus

•Dozens of animated characters

•Wonderfully original score

•Optimized for Retina display

Negative Nimbus is available for iPad right now on the App Store.  Also, be sure to check out our animated launch trailer on Vimeo or YouTube.

Everything you need:

•Developer: CloudKid

•Game website: Negative Nimbus

•App Store Link: http://buy.negativenimbus.com

•Social: Facebook + Twitter

•Teaser Trailer: Vimeo

•Gameplay Trailer: Vimeo

•Pics: App Icon + Screenshot

•Media Assets: http://negativenimbus.com/press

•Development Team Bios: http://cloudkid.com/about/team

•Contact Us: inquiries@negativenimbus.com

About CloudKid

An independent children’s media studio located in Boston, MA, CloudKid thrives on pushing boundaries and discovering how to bring creativity and art into the most cutting-edge media formats.  A three-time Emmy-nominated startup, CloudKid combines character, story and educational content through an innovative transmedia approach. Negative Nimbus is CloudKid’s first-ever iOS title.

 


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