Indie Gem ‘Rain on Your Parade’ Is Coming to Xbox Game Pass


Indie gem ‘Rain on Your Parade’ is coming to Xbox Game Pass next week, so get ready to get stuck into another charming adventure!


Credit: Unbound Creations

In Rain on Your Parade, you play as a cardboard cloud that just loves ruining everyone’s day! 

It doesn’t matter if it’s a wedding day, whether someone’s trying to clear snow from the front of their house, getting through a day at work, or just waiting for a bus! This “cute” cloud is going to love putting a dampener on your day.

Rain on Your Parade
Credit: Unbound Creations

Rain on Your Parade is developed by Unbound Creations who is also responsible for other indie titles such as HEADLINER: NoviNews and Karaski: What Goes Up…

In Rain on Your Parade, you will travel the world and cause mischief, chaos, and mayhem in over 50 unique levels to torment the residents as you please, all in the name of good fun.

Each level gives you the opportunity to complete unique objectives and with a bit of luck, you’ll also make some new friends along the way. The more creative your mischief, the more points you’ll earn and goodies you’ll unlock.

As you progress in the game you’ll get to unlock new abilities which include rain, thunder, lightning, tornados, and more. Plus you’ll even unlock cosmetics to customise your lovable, yet tormenting cloud.

Rain on Your Parade
Credit: Unbound Creations

The developer of Rain on Your Parade says: If you’re a fan of Untitled Goose Game or Donut County, this will be right up your alley!” To be fair, as soon as I saw the gameplay trailer, it gave me mischievous goose vibes!

Rain on Your Parade will come to Xbox Game Pass on Thursday, April 15th, but it will also release for PC and Nintendo Switch on the very same day.

Do you like the look of Rain on Your Parade? Let us know across our social media channels.

Featured Image Credit: Unbound Creations





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