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Earlier in the year, Unbound Creations unveiled their rather funny looking cloud-based comedy game Rain on your Parade for PC and Nintendo Switch, with an Xbox One release a tad more uncertain. If we could be cirrus for just a minute though, the latest forecast officially confirms that Xbox One gamers can soak up its content in 2021 – launching simultaneously alongside the other aforementioned platforms!

In case you’re unfamiliar with Rain on your Parade, it puts you in control of a very mischievous cloud and tasks you with raining on everybody’s parade – quite literally. It’s a destructive, but funny, game in which the world is about to feel the full force of chaos and mayhem that a cloud can conjure up. Progressing through the wide range of short and sweet levels will see new carnage causing methods become available to you, increasing your arsenal of destruction.

Prepare to ruin everyone’s day by turning the likes of a lovely sunny day, ideal for a wedding, into a soggy mess. You could also create pandemonium in cities with thunder and lightning, wreck the crops of farmers, sneak about and cause trouble inside military bases, and even bring down meteors on dinosaurs – haven’t they suffered enough?! Clearly not, so it’s your job to be a real pest to the world and its inhabitants.

Does the undoubtedly slapstick Rain on your Parade sound like a game you’re looking forward to playing? What if we told you the naughty little cloud wears hats, will that seal the deal? Well, there’s a while to wait before anyone can get their hands on the full game, with Rain on your Parade releasing in 2021 for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. There is however a prologue available on Steam to get an idea of what to expect, and it’s free so you’ve got nothing to lose – apart from a clear conscience after you’ve ruined people’s day, of course.

Check it out and leave your thoughts in the comments section below!

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