Where the Water Tastes Like Wine
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Developers: Serenity Forge, Dim Bulb Games
Publisher: Good Shepherd Entertainment
Players wander across a folkloric Depression era United States at their own pace, meeting strangers with their own stories to tell. Through these interactions, players will be able to collect unique stories which can then be re-told to unlock new interactions. In this way the in-game stories themselves act as a currency to progress through the game, and it’s up to the player to pair the right story with the unique needs of each of the characters that you will encounter throughout your travels. Only through these right pairings will characters reveal their true selves, and bestow you with the most powerful stories, the true ones which reveal something about their own lives. In Where The Water Tastes Like Wine, stories organically take on a life of their own as they grow larger and transform as they're told- and re-told.
A large number of folk tales and personal stories to discover, told by characters from all over America
Beautiful combination of 3D overworld and hand drawn 2D illustrations
Original stories written by a wide selection of accomplished authors
Fully voiced characters from all walks of life brought to life by world-renowned voice acting talent, including Sting, Dave Fennoy (The Walking Dead: A Telltale Game Series), Cissy Jones (Firewatch), Kimberly Brooks (Mass Effect), Sarah Elmaleh (Gone Home), Melissa Hutchison (The Walking Dead: A Telltale Game Series), Elizabeth Maxwell (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild), and many more.
A hauntingly beautiful original soundtrack arranged by celebrated composer Ryan Ike and featuring performances from a collection of gifted musicians.
An emerging fantastical, psychedelic and surreal overarching atmosphere.
Where The Water Tastes Like Wine - Available February 28
Where The Water Tastes Like Wine - Characters Trailer 2
Where The Water Tastes Like Wine - Characters Trailer Featuring Sting
Where The Water Tastes Like Wine adds new stories and autowalk
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