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Clouds... :)
ZarmDev (47)

Just a chill cloud, yes only one :/
(maybe just one cloud...)

For anyone who says this is low-effort, you are VERY correct.

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cuber1515 (55)

I'm pretty sure it's technically 1 cloud (I could be wrong) but since a cloud is just a MASIVE amount of water droplets it can be considered multiple water droplets.

EdwardBentler (34)

I'm kinda disappointed in the Replit community. A game I made took me an entire week while learning how to use a completely new coding package, and only got 8 upvotes (not inculuding my own), sorry for ranting on your beautiful animation.

Also, sneaky self-promotion: https://replit.com/talk/share/Game-Hectic-Highway/138737

DynamicSquid (4892)

@EdwardBentler Upvotes aren't an accurate measure of quality or enjoyment or anything really :)

ZarmDev (47)

@EdwardBentler Yeah I made a website that took very long to make and had so much CSS but no upvotes only squid :(

EdwardBentler (34)

@ZarmDev, yeah, but at least people get noticed for their work, even if it's just seen by one person, it's better than nothing.

Writerfrighter (25)

CLoud : DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

Whippingdot (652)

Ummmmm how does this have 13 upvotes?

ZarmDev (47)

@Whippingdot Idk, it literally took 10 minutes

ZarmDev (47)

@Whippingdot I have projects I worked really hard on with 0 upvotes and THIS get's the most :/

JeffreyChen13 (44)

@ZarmDev Lol! Impressive! Even a whole beginner website took me a whole week to wrap up! Lol!

ZarmDev (47)

@JeffreyChen13 Practice freecodecamp.org and always explore and find different solutions

JeffreyChen13 (44)

@ZarmDev Thanks for the suggestion!

angrydoge (481)

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PixiGem (98)

Can Data be wet when stored in a cloud?

BIue (12)

*a cloud (correct me if im wrong)

its just a massive object that consists of condensed water droplets

DynamicSquid (4892)

Nice! I like how you just used CSS :)