Where The Water Tastes Like Wine Coming Out This Month

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 14:36 Written by  Read 10 times
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Where the Water Tastes Like Wine, an upcoming indie adventure from Dim Bulb Studios, is set to release on February 28.

Where the Water Tastes Like Wine will be released on February 28! That's... That's not very far away. https://t.co/QqHrQv5eFv

— Johnnemann ? (@johnnemann) February 14, 2018

In this beautifully-drawn tale, players embark on a journey across America during the Depression, swapping stories with numerous characters along the way. Headlined by Sting as the wolf narrator, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine weaves a folksy narrative that has stuck with us since we first saw the game at the 2017 Game Developer's Conference.

Dim Bulb Studios was founded by Johnnemann Nordhagen, one of the developers behind Gone Home. Where the Water Tastes like Wine is releasing for PC, Mac, and Linux, while other platforms have yet to be announced.

[Source: Twitter]


Our Take
Between the blending of 2D illustration and 3D overworld, a beautiful soundtrack, and a talented team of writers bringing in a variety of tales of Americana, we're thrilled to get more than just a taste of this indie darling.

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