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Unbound Creations is looking to Rain on Your Parade later this year

One of the great things about the thriving indie game space is that it provides some truly unique experiences. There is no way that publishers like Activision, Ubisoft, or Electronic Arts would greenlight games like Goat Simulator, Supermarket ShriekFelix The Reaper, or Untitled Goose Game. These quirky titles offer gamers something unlike anything else. We can now add another game to this list as Unbound Creations has announced that they are bringing Rain on Your Parade to consoles later this year. You play as a cloud (yes, a cloud) and are tasked with soaking people, raining on people’s parades, and generally causing as much mischief as possible. As well as standard rain, you will be able to torment people with lightning, tornados, acid rain, and fireballs. You can check out the trailer for the alpha of the game below along with the official description –

Customize your own cloud and send it off to a number of hilarious levels. Control your rain, thunder, tornadoes and other abilities to soak as many hoomans and cause as much mayhem as possible. Complete secondary objectives and, no matter what. avoid the darn sun!

It certainly looks like nothing else out there. This is the kind of game that I imagine would do really well on Xbox Game Pass. Here’s hoping that Microsoft can get in touch Unbound Creations and arrange something. Rain on Your Parade is aiming to launch on consoles later this year.

Steve Clist
Joint Editor-in-Chief at Xbox Enthusiast as well as a contributor for Nintendo Enthusiast and PlayStation Enthusiast. Steve is a musician and gamer who loves sharing his passion for each. You will normally find him at the front of the grid in racing games or on the other end of the kill cam when you've just been killed in a first-person shooter.

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