Summary: The most heinous crime this game commits is the pseudoscience it teaches investigating players. Sound waves are sound waves, light waves are light waves, and never the two shall meet in science. After recognizing the violation of this basic premise of physics, I quickly realized that all the "clues" were just pointless time-wasters adding nothing to story or entertainment of the game.
Summary: Cloud Chamber first seemed as a risk to me. Experimented gamer, and all others who read gaming industry press, knows it: mixing movie and gaming experience is tricky and a difficult challenge for a developer to handle. But IRL I like risks, especially if taking those risks may, in the end, thrive an audacious one — in this case investigate north (from Denmark :) ). Before writing further Cloud Chamber first seemed as a risk to me.
Summary: Wow, this game rocked my world. Seriously, it is a breakthrough in gaming and something most of us have desired for quite some time. For the people that are thinking in buying it, buy it if you have the heart of a scientist! Seriously, the game touches subjects like Black Holes, parallel dimensions, signals from deep space, the big bang, stars, sound, light...come on, every astrophysicist Wow, this game rocked my world.
Summary: Cloud Chamber is probably the best story game I've ever played. The characters, the storyline, the music, the interaction with other players are just perfect. I've spent more than 30 hours in the game and it's worth it!
Summary: From the beginning Cloud Chamber has introduced me to a new form of gaming, it's an immersive play style that captivates its players into an intelligently designed world. The community as a whole is great, I doubt you will find many other communities that present themselves to be this "unified" and who have achieved so much in such a brief time.
Summary: I have enjoyed every minute of my time so far with Cloud Chamber, and I still feel like there is a whole world of mystery left to explore. I adore games that are smart and stretch my brain, while stil lbeing fun. This game nails it on every front. And a nice bonus is the community is also intelligent and polite, making it a true joy to express my theories and ideas within the game boards.
Summary: When I first saw the trailer for this game, I was more than a little intrigued. I love found footage films like, 'The Tunnel', 'Evidence' and the recent 'Alien Abduction'. But this had elements of 'Fringe' and 'The X-Files' that really made me excited. Imagine that you had access to 'found footage'. Not a complete assembled story, but video diary’s, research, documentary clips, each When I first saw the trailer for this game, I was more than a little intrigued.
Summary: After having spent over 40 hours playing Cloud Chamber and completing it, I decided it was time to write a more comprehensive review. The basic premise is that you navigate through a three-dimensional representation of a database, investigating the actions of a scientist and her associates at a research laboratory based out of Denmark.
Summary: Cloud Chamber uses the interactive entertainment medium in an innovative way, blending high quality video, audio, images and documents with user interaction to create an interesting new way of storytelling.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I am not that far into the game, so this is based only on the start of the game.. Cloud chamber is the most innovative "game" I have seen in a long, long time. The general idea is that you are shown a piece of information in form of a movie, a document etc, and then try to figure out what this is about. You have a board to post comments about it and discuss with others.