Neural Cloud 12+

Cyber Strategy RPG

Sunborn Network Technology Co., Ltd.

    • 4.7 • 4.5K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



"Warning! Fatal Error: System integrity severely compromised..."
This is an unprecedented threat to the existence of Dolls. In face of formidable enemies and a future filled with uncertainties, the scattered Dolls grit their teeth and steel themselves as they travel in search of the slim hope of salvation.
Humankind may have abandoned them, but as the person in charge of "Project Neural Cloud", you have steadfastly set foot in this unknown land and founded the "Exiles" as you take in meandering Dolls. With you as their leader, the Exiles shall explore the secrets of the world, find a way out of this desperate situation, and uncover the truth...

「Unique and intricate characters」
Next-gen Dolls from all walks of life await your orders. Seek them out and expand the ranks of the Exiles. Train your favorite Dolls and help them break free of the shackles on their neural clouds. Uncover their hidden pasts... Hush, those are secrets between you and your Dolls.

「Combat that calls for both strength and strategy」
Experience a brand-new combat mode that embodies the essence of roguelike games, with meticulous settings and characterization. Take risks and engage powerful enemies, play it safe and carefully plan your moves with the big picture in mind, or play it by ear and improvise depending on the situation⁠—more than one path leads to victory. Organize your ranks and come up with viable team comps while making good use of friendship buffs, and leave the rest to the Exiles.

「Fun and functional construction system」
Gather materials on your journey to construct and upgrade facilities within the Oasis, the Exiles’ new home. Build a city based on your preferences, upgrade its infrastructure, and construct dormitories to obtain rich resources and powerful buffs. May you and your beloved Dolls enjoy a brief respite before you set off on your next adventure.

What’s New

Version 1.5.0

[New Event] Neural Cloud Major Event [Perilous Advancement]
New event now available! Participate to acquire rich rewards and new Dolls!
A lurking traitor launches their assault, and the Exiles' nerve center falls into peril! After being devastated by the railgun, the Oasis hangs onto survival by a thin thread. With a mighty foe ahead and their home behind them, the Professor must dissect the situation and devise a stratagem to find a sliver of hope for the Oasis.
Bolster each other in your travels, but remember well the departed. Under a world of pressure we strive, as the horizon's final light dawns.

[Old City, New Look] Fractured Board [Exile-Garrisoned Sector, Oasis]
The home base of the "Exiles", the Oasis serves as their foundation as well as spiritual backbone. The sector is often led by the Professor themselves, while Persicaria and other Dolls attend to their duties towards the continued function of the sector. While the Professor temporarily departs from the Oasis to lend their assistance to Rossum, the Oasis is bombarded by the High-Density Operand Railgun, and is grievously damaged.
The Professor stalls the greatest threat to the Oasis while another formidable and mysterious foe approaches. How will Persicaria, in charge of the Oasis, bear this burden? What decisions will she have to make so that everyone will be safe?

[System Improvements]
- New story, Algorithms, and enemies
New Algorithms and their Collection Zones have been unlocked, ready for the arrival of new adversaries. With a honed edge and sharp mind, prepare for even greater challenges!
- Gameplay Optimizations
After such long periods of companionship and camaraderie, the trust and understanding between the Professor and their friends only deepens. More combat missions can now be quickly assigned. "Vulnerability Check" and "Fault Protocol" improvements will be making their way onto the Cloud, and the "Sapience Expansion Program" as well as the "Factory"'s usage processes will receive optimizations as well. Every department of the Oasis strides forwards for the sake of a better future!

[Two new Dolls] Lind & Horizon
[Lind] The UL-SD was a Doll used for clinical trials developed by Ultilife. The project's goal was to reproduce various human organ and tissue groups to simulate an actual human being for the purpose of undergoing clinical trials and providing data for researchers. Test Subject SIC-012 "Lind" was the first satisfactory unit. Not only did she possess a tremendously life-like semi-organic biosynthetic exterior, she even possessed fully-detailed cerebral structures that other Dolls could not match, to the point where Lind was even eligible to undergo certain psychiatric experiments. For the sake of the company's operations, all experiments regarding this Doll model were strictly classified by Ultilife.

[Horizon] Working in conjunction with many high-end artistic and design educational institutions across the globe, the UA-ID is a project helmed by Universal Anything Services, targeted at producing commercial Dolls for use in the field of modern interior design. This project's aim is to overcome the limitations of human beings in the development of artistic aesthetics, as well as attempt to integrate art styles from different regional cultures and consumer classes in order to deliver an iterative series of outputs and provide a variety of solutions to improve the quality of life for different grades of users. Horizon is a second-generation product of the UA-ID project, and in addition to her artistic design modules, she has also been equipped with basic primary industrial processing abilities. This helps Horizon demonstrate the practical effects of design that can be used for reference and avoids the issue of first-generation UA-ID Dolls producing designs that are too detached from reality.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
4.5K Ratings

4.5K Ratings

someG4mer ,

Good first impressions

So far this game looks amazing upon launch. The art and live2D of characters is great, the gameplay is quite innovative on the auto play genre being mixed with roguelike and gacha elements. It is also not as battery heavy as some of the other mobile games I have played. Voice acting is great as well.

One of my gripes would be that I can’t bind account with Apple, Google, or other methods once you played a bit through the Guest account and you have to settle with making a custom account.

HigaJosuke ,

Day 1 Player Review

(Revising post-Exception Protocal availability) Despite the repetition, I'm still having a good time with Project Neural Cloud. MICA shenanigans still affect the character release schedule which can be annoying at times but the amount of free currency you get helps me forgive them since I always get the characters I want with ease without spending. Events are interesting, dailies are quick, and you can play the game for as long or as short as you want, but I think the problem for endgame players is the increasing difficulty of later stages. The new characters coming out are meant to ease the "PNC content is too hard" problem, but we lag behind CN so right now Clukay is essential for everything later down the line, alongside one's knowledge of the game's systems.

8/10, avoid it if you don't like auto-chess, roguelikes or chibis, 100% recommend if you do, and also like really hard challenges.

Sparrow109 ,

Stick to what you’re good at

what kept people playing GFL1, despite the redundant gameplay, was the T-doll designs in reference to their namesake weapon. The “Guns” made the game. While this entry doesn’t languish in gameplay it lacks the guns aspect almost entirely aside from a few callback characters, or callforwards considering this is a prequel. And the same goes for exilium. In short this franchise works best when turning real steel firearms into cute girls that you then build an army out of. It’s just such a shame they’ve neglected to improve and update the gameplay from the first iteration that made the franchise, and instead opted to make three separate titles 2 of which are lacking in the “GunGirl” department greatly and instead lean more into the Arknights sci-fi aspect, and the other which has a drastically different art style and plays out like fan-fiction.


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