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Overview

Rainy Day Ep. 6.2 by Red Rocket, Rainy Day is a game about whose main character is a famous lawyer named Markus Green. He always gets what he wants. But soon something happens that will change his life forever. He gets an offer that he can’t refuse…


Updated: 2021-05-18
Release Date: 2021-05-18
Developer: Red Rocket Patreon – Itch.io
Censored: No
Version: 0.6.2
OS: Windows, Linux, Mac
Language: English
Genre:

3DCG, Male protagonist, Anal sex, Ahegao, Big ass, Corruption, Creampie, Group sex, Humiliation, Humor, Oral sex, Vaginal sex, Paranormal, Interracial, Male domination, Female domination, Pov, Spanking
Installation
– Extract to desired location.
– Run.
Changelog
Episode 6 (part 1)
– 400 + new renders added

Episode 5
– Added 1245 renders
– Lydia scene reworked (episode 1)

Episode 4.1
– Added music and sounds
– Sex scene with Zaida was changed (Episode 1)
– 42 renders added to Episode 1 (4 animations)

Episode 4
~ 620 renders added
– Dark scenes have been fixed!
– The color of the main font has been changed
– Added smooth transition between images
– Text window became more transparent
– The format of images was changed from PNG to JPG

Zaida’s patch (NTR Fix)
– 52 renders added
– Added an option to turn Bob down

Episode 3
~ 450 renders added

Episode 2
~ 350 renders added

Episode 1
~ 200 renders total

Android Gesture
Swipe up: Open Menu
Swipe down: Hide Interface
Swipe right: Skip
Swipe left: Rollback
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rainy-dayThis is the first VN I played that makes absolutely no attempt to be "heavy", but still manages to cover the entire range of emotions those "heavy" VNs elicit. It's sad, it's funny, it's kinky, does it all without giving you an entire Sunday's worth of reading material. But short doesn't mean shallow, quite the opposite, the shortness here is just a telltale sign of "show, don't tell" being executed right, which is one of the most basic tenets of good storytelling! I'm impressed!