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ST Format (May, 1991)
In The Killing Cloud, fine graphics, sound and gameplay combine to provide a game which takes a long time to complete, but which also involves you in every twist and turn of its racy plot. Almost every cloud has a silver lining - this one's gold.
Play Time (May, 1991)
Die Abwechslung, die die verschiedenen Gebäude bieten, ist atemberaubend und wird nur von der Vielfalt der Missionen und der Suchtgefahr, die von diesem Spiel ausgeht, in den Schatten gestellt. Wer sich diese Programm nicht zulegt, sollte ohne Sauerstoffgerät durch eine Luftschleuse geschickt werden.
The One (Feb, 1991)
Despite the fact that it may take some time to get used to handling the hoverbike, especially with limited vision, Killing Cloud is more of a 3D game with flying sections than a flight simulation proper: if you own a double-sided disk drive (single-sided drives aren't cared for) and exploration is your thing, you are on to a winner here.
Zero (Apr, 1991)
Despite the interrogation sequences and the notional strategy of net and PUP placing, Killing CLoud is basically a vector flight/driving sim very much along the lines of Thunderstrike and Resolution 101. However the scenario, the graphics and overall style put it head and shoulders above both of them.