Xbox Game Pass adds Rain on Your Parade and Pathway today

Xbox Game Pass adds Rain on Your Parade and Pathway today

April 16, 2021 0 By admin


Two new games have been added to the Xbox Game Pass library today, including the charming puzzle game Rain on Your Parade and the turn-based strategy game, Pathway. Both games are available to download and play now.

Rain on Your Parade (Console, PC, and Cloud)

Description: Travel the world as a cute cardboard cloud and ruin everybody’s day! Unlock new methods of mischief across 50 levels, each with unique setting and objectives. Make new friends and help them too – it’s an adorable schadenfreude game!

Rain on Your Parade
Rain on Your Parade

Travel the world as a cute cardboard cloud and ruin everybody’s day! Unlock new methods of mischief across 50 levels, each with unique setting and objectives. Make new friends and help them too – it’s an adorable schadenfreude game!

Pathway (PC)

Assemble a bold team of adventurers and journey through the desert wilderness.
In 1936, Nazi influence has spread, along with rumours of secret excavations, mysterious artefacts, and gruesome occult rituals… Outwit foes in strategic squad combat and locate ancient treasures before they fall into the wrong hands!

In Rain on Your Parade, you play as a mischievous cardboard cloud whose job is to ruin everyone’s day. Across 50 different levels, you’ll travel the world “inventing new ways of causing chaos and mayhem,” which can be everything from spoiling a couple’s wedding by ruining their day with bucket loads of rain or by setting a tornado loose in a supermarket. Early reports suggest the game could be an easy completion, and when looking at the Rain on Your Parade achievement list, that does look like it could be the case (providing those secret achievements aren’t too tough).

Pathway is a turn-based strategy game where you are tasked with assembling a team of adventurers to journey across the North African desert to secure hidden treasures and secrets before they fall into the hands of the Nazis. Pathway launched on Steam back in 2019, where it has “mostly positive” reviews.

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