'Where the Water Tastes Like Wine' is a narrative journey that takes players on an adventure using traditional folklore. The game puts a greater emphasis on storytelling and is focused on the experiences around travelling, story sharing and ultimately understanding ones own destiny. Players experiencing the game will meet a variety of characters each with a story to tell. Through the narrative, players will hear traditional American folklore and will experience the fantastical, the surreal and the frightening.
Designed and developed by Dim Bulb Games, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine features an incredibly distinct art style. This beautiful combination of 3D overworld and 2D illustrations gives the game an immediately unique aesthetic. The art style is alluring, surreal and welcoming, and works in conjunction with the fantastic storytelling to complete a fully immersive experience.
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'Where the Water Tastes Like Wine' Whisks Players on a Wild Journey
1. Folklore-inspired Videogames - Opportunity for game developers to tap into traditional folklore, creating immersive gaming experiences with emphasis on storytelling and unique art styles.
2. Narrative Journey Gaming - Opportunity to create narrative-driven games that focus on storytelling, character interactions, and exploring diverse folklores.
3. Combining 2D and 3D Art Styles - Opportunity for game developers to experiment with combining 2D and 3D art styles to create visually stunning and distinct gaming experiences.
1. Video Game Development - Game development companies can explore and create folklore-inspired games, incorporating traditional storytelling elements.
2. Art and Illustration - Opportunity for artists and illustrators to contribute to game development by creating unique and captivating artwork for narrative-driven games.
3. Storytelling and Content Creation - Content creators and writers can work with game developers to bring traditional folklore to life through engaging narratives and immersive gaming experiences.