Cloudlands 2 Screenshot 1
Cloudlands 2 Screenshot 2
Cloudlands 2 Screenshot 3
Cloudlands 2 Screenshot 4
Cloudlands 2 Screenshot 5
0
1
Edit

Cloudlands 2

Cloudlands 2 builds off of the fun of playing and building minigolf courses and adds the ability to play full sized golf courses. Arm yourself with a putter, wedge, and driver and hit the links in the clouds. - 54-hole single player campaign takes you through the Green Glades, Magic Meadows, and Reaper Ruins. Play 18 hole mixes of full sized golf and minigolf. - Level Editor with over 1000 pieces to build and make epic mini golf or full golf holes. Create and upload your creations to allow other people to play. - Expect to find a nearly unlimited supply of amazing user created levels. All existing Cloudlands 1 holes are available to play (2000+). - Online Multiplayer allows up to 4 players to play together. Create a room, have your friends join, and off you go. - Local Multiplayer pass and play allows you and your friends to play together by passing one headset between you. - In-game voice chat fully supported.
Promote for 50G

Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

more stable and functional than the first, a bit more feature-rich, offering both standard golf and mini golf. don't expect realism. (though you can control ball spin slightly. but only left and right. i see no indication of backspin/topspin control) DO expect fun, some challenge, a hint of frustration on some holes, and a good way to go mini-golfing with your friends when you cant actually go mini golfing with your friends.
controls could use a hint of refinement, but not bad considering it is designed to work with only one controller.

Review from Steam

This game is good for people who want to play golf with good physics and little arcade features. This game gets a 10/10 from me much better then the first one!

Review from Steam

good

Review from Steam

I love this game! I think we need more casual experiences like this in the market currently.
Its imperative when starting to play the first level over a few times to adjust the power of each club. As some of the defaults seem a little to strong or not strong enough.

Review from Steam

i have mixed feelings. you must know, that i am a big fan of CL1. I bought CL1 on Oculus GO & PC and my expectations were big for CL2...
CL2 was released and i bought it on the Quest & PC.
First Shock, the GFX on my $1200 RTX2080ti+Index looks exactly the same on my Quests Snapdragon 835 Smartphone SoC, more or less.
The trees are looking awful. In CL1 the trees are full with leaves. Much more details and better Textures in CL1.
Textures on stones are not present, it looks very flat and loveless.
In a level with the sky in the background i couldnt believe what the deleopers and creators presented to me.
It looks like a total accident. The sky is only a flat, low resolution 360 degree picture, with ultra bad ISO, and chromativ abberations....
byside every star, you can see BIG red, green, blue blobs. I preffer a renderered sky, or a high resolution high ISO picture. it must not be a real photo, it could be computer generized picture. i think google picture search helps....
topic sky,... the clouds in cloudlands are not as good as the name cloudlands promise.
i will stop now, before i start to cry and lets move to the pros and cons.
pro:
- more elements in the level editor store
- 2 modes (golf/mini golf)
- natural wind, and wind from blowers
- editor on the quest avalable
- cloudlands 1 & 2 levels playble in multiplayer when both player playing CL2 app
(not possible to play against Oculus GO players live)
- a lot of userlevels from CL1 + CL2. (some from me... :-) )
- nice feature to follow the ball, after hitting the ball. (frequently press the front trigger)
- tons of level elements with funny functions
- theoreticaly unlimited new level designs, from online users created.
- a lot of freedom in the level editor, with the option to do freehand connecting parts (magnet off function)
con:
- bad textures, partwise bad sky wallpaper
- bad trees, worse then in CL1
- it looks that this app was developed specially for the quest and then it was quick and dirty compiled for the pc.
- no extra polish, no music volume slider for pc (only on/off) that sucks. i would like to share in the one or the other way same sound with my friends, also on the quest. on pc, there are some ways to do this with other programs in the background.
- not possible to play CL1 friends/opponets with Oculus GO
- missing an option slider to fade translucient for this annoying and ugly matrix lines byside some holes.
- the new level editor is grafically a downgrade. In CL1 the pickup table for parts was so pretty, and now?
- sometimes my opponents putter is too far away from his body. looks wired, some times. it seems he has got extra long arms to reach the putter.
- no free movement on the second controller stick. i know that the game is optimized to work with 2 hands and one controller. sometimes, in sitting position, its a pain to bring you exactly in front of the ball, and to place the putter exaclty how e like it.
- floor height was wrong on WMR + Quest. On Quest i could fix it in the oculus options/floor height adjustment settings.(in the Oculus settings menu). The OculusButtonLongPress recalibration did not work.
wishes:
- addon pack with higher quality and more 3d polished/shaded textures.
- in editor: (volumetric) colored light souces, like candles, fire sticks, to place in the cave levels, for more immersion and better looking lights on the wall textures.
- addon better trees, more glas elements in the creators store, like in CL1 the first 10 levels.
- addon option to insert a (to my friends automaticly shared) streamlink and/or youtube for web radio in the game. after a couple of hours, the same sounds....
- level filter buttons or drop down menu for easier finding only minigof games. for ex.: golf/minigolf/mixed
- needs option/button to fix floor height. the menu i found, does not the job.
- and in this "height" menu i miss "CM" Centimeter. We in Europe dont know what 7"01`is...
conclusion:
its okay, but grafically not exactly as good as version CL1. it has got more elements, thats great, but the grafix over all did not impress my at all.
hopefully the developers are polishing some things. but let me say, the game fun is not all about the gfx. the PHYSICS IS VERY GOOD and
its allways fun to play against the scoreboard or better play online with your friends. you can spend hours and hours in this game and
you will forget the time. the sozial aspect is a bid deal in VR and THIS GAME IS GREAT to hang out with your friends.
to the devs: please polish it on PC to CL1 standart or better :-)
dear gamer: dont forget, when you read my review, some time is gone and maybe... some things could be fixed/optimized.

Review from Steam

These are utterly fantastic games. Great family fun.

Review from Steam

Excellent with friends online. Easy fun. Plays solid and isn’t too complicated. It’s just about as easy to get into as going to your local putt putt, setting your ball down on that first hole, and blasting that first shot with an unpracticed, irresponsible amount of power just to see what happens. That said, there’s definitely skill involved if you want to do well (just like real putt putt). I’m really liking the full courses as well. You get to smash with a driver, approach with an iron, and sink a sweet putt - but again the complexity and approachability feels on par (heh) with putt putt.
This is not a hardcore golf sim, but it pulls off a realistic enough feel without getting too far into the weeds and details of more hardcore golf simulation games.
Definitely pick this up if you like Golf with your Friends. Also has some Mario golf vibes in my opinion, which I dig.
Music is chill AF also.