What's this all about?
We're looking for the best platformer gamer of all time. To do it we've constructed the most stupidly insane platformer possible.
Is Cloudberry really about stupid insanity?
No, not really. It's really just a game that's fun to play when you're drunk. Cloudberry scales the difficulty to match the player, so it's always just right. That said, insanity looks awesome, and we want to to see just how insane people are.
How will the contest work?
Once Cloudberry is released early this Spring the hunt will be on. The first player to successfully beat the game on its hardest setting will take the booty.
Is this contest even legal?
We have no idea.
What about hackers? How will you know the winning player is legit?
Cloudberry saves replays of your attempts and allows you to share them online with friends. Once you beat THE HARDEST LEVEL EVER you will upload your video for visual confirmation from our crack team of Cloudberry analysts.
Who's paying for this madness?
Wouldn't <some-other-difficult-platformer> be just as good to find the best gamer ever?
Maybe. The problem with other platformers is twofold:
What if the intensity rips a hole in the fabric of spacetime?
Probably bad things will happen.
Me too baby, me too.