“There is no better tool to pull at the heartstrings than music. From the superb arrangement to Debussy’s classic, “Clair de Lune” as its main theme to various other original pieces, the music in “rain” is superb and hits all the right notes to fit the mood of the scenes presented.
The ambient sounds of the constant showering of rain to the echoing sounds of tiny footsteps in an empty hallway lends itself to build an atmosphere so rich, it’s difficult not to get pulled in.”

“The big game play hook of this title stems from the idea of only being visible while in the rain. This applies to both the protagonists and the various creatures that lurk in the night. It opens up a myriad of interesting scenarios where the children must either run and hide from the beasts or create a trap to overcome them altogether.”

Read the review by Jae Lee of ZTGD…