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Be a jerk cloud in Rain on Your Parade - releasing April 15

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Ever wanted to just fly high, be a cloud and rain all over everything? Well you will be able to on April 15 when Rain on Your Parade releases letting me be a total jerk cloud. A nice casual comedy game about causing chaos, what's not to love about this one?

"Travel the world as a cute cardboard cloud set to rain on everyone's parade! Help Cloudy the Cloud on its adventure to the mythical rain paradise: Seattle. Along the journey, you’ll face an array of unique settings, challenges, spoofs, and satire. Unlock new powers, meet quirky characters, draw custom cloud faces, collect cool hats, accessories, and so much more!"

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Features:

  • Ruin peoples day with rain, thunder, lightning, tornadoes and many more abilities.
  • Travel the world in over 40 levels causing disorder and havoc to weddings, cities, farms, military bases, parking lots and much more.
  • Give the mischievous cloud your personal touches. Draw a unique face and choose the hat it wears.
  • An upbeat and silly soundtrack that encapsulates the nature of the game.

The developer, Unbound Creations, is the award-winning game studio behind the Headliner series, founded by Jakub Kasztalski in 2013. Rain on Your Parade is quite a change in direction for the studio and they said they're "confident the game will make you chuckle at least three times".

You can follow it on Steam. There's a demo available right now. At release it will be priced around $14.99 / €12.99 / £11.99.

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6 comments

Anza 15 Mar
Demo was good fun. Not that many powers are available in demo, but levels mostly had fresh ideas that vary the gameplay a bit. There's also bit of puzzle aspect to it. Sometimes you have to figure out how to cause enough havoc, sometimes you have find stuff or people from the level.
Seattle? Rain paradise?! Bah. As a Vancouverite we concede nothing to our neighbour city on that score! There's no way they have more rain than we do.
Dunc 15 Mar
What a hilarious little game. Who knew bomb disposal guys give up because it's raining?

Quoting: Purple Library GuySeattle? Rain paradise?! Bah. As a Vancouverite we concede nothing to our neighbour city on that score! There's no way they have more rain than we do.
I looked this up once when someone on another site was banging on about the rainfall in Seattle. Average monthly precipitation in inches: Seattle, 37.49; Glasgow, 49.01. And look at average annual hours of sunshine: Seattle 2,169.7, Glasgow 1,265.

It's practically a desert.

(Oh, and you're right.)
Quoting: DuncWhat a hilarious little game. Who knew bomb disposal guys give up because it's raining?

Quoting: Purple Library GuySeattle? Rain paradise?! Bah. As a Vancouverite we concede nothing to our neighbour city on that score! There's no way they have more rain than we do.
I looked this up once when someone on another site was banging on about the rainfall in Seattle. Average monthly precipitation in inches: Seattle, 37.49; Glasgow, 49.01. And look at average annual hours of sunshine: Seattle 2,169.7, Glasgow 1,265.

It's practically a desert.

(Oh, and you're right.)
I think you meant to say annual, not monthly.
I have to get to Glasgow one of these days--I think my wife and I have it planned for our next-but-one vacation trip. Seems homey climate-wise and people-wise and I keep hearing good things about it.


Last edited by Purple Library Guy on 16 March 2021 at 1:53 am UTC
I quite enjoyed the demo when I played it last year, and am eagerly awaiting the full release!

QuoteSeattle, 37.49; Glasgow, 49.01.
I see your two mildly damp cities, and raise you Hilo, Hawaii: 126.72 inches (3,220 mm) average annual rainfall. (Though it does get more sunshine than Glasgow at 1656 hours per year, and it's all lovely warm rain instead of that nasty cold stuff, so I reckon you have us beat in the misery department.)
Dunc 16 Mar
Quoting: PhiladelphusI quite enjoyed the demo when I played it last year, and am eagerly awaiting the full release!

QuoteSeattle, 37.49; Glasgow, 49.01.
I see your two mildly damp cities, and raise you Hilo, Hawaii: 126.72 inches (3,220 mm) average annual rainfall.
Well, if you live slap-bang in the middle of the wet side of the world, what can you expect?
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