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    Dakko Dakko’s ‘Floating Cloud God’ Gets A Divine Redesign!

    Dakko Dakko has announced that its critical hit ‘Floating Cloud God’ has been updated and redesigned for its latest release, ‘Floating Cloud God: Anniversary Edition’, out now on Nintendo Switch!

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    Floating Cloud God: Anniversary Edition sees a band of pilgrims set out on a mission to regain their stolen statue from an army of mischievous demons. You are the titular Floating Cloud God, tasked with protecting your followers, and made stronger by their undying love. It’s an altogether uplifting experience!

    “It’s been a truly joyful experience to rebuild Floating Cloud God for a new generation. Modern techniques have enabled us to make the original artwork pop in all new ways, and in the ten years since the first version we’ve had many ideas for Floating Cloud God which we were thankfully able to realise in this Anniversary Edition, so it looks and plays better than ever!”

    Rhodri Broadbent – Director of Dakko Dakko

    ‘Floating Cloud God’ has been updated and remixed to take advantage of the Nintendo Switch. With a dynamic camera, new visual and audio effects, and empowering new gameplay abilities like homing shots and the new ‘CloudCover’ shield, ‘Floating Cloud God: Anniversary Edition’ takes Dakko Dakko’s unique approach to the ‘2D shoot em up’ and elevates it with a godly level of polish.

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