The Waterlines video game experience, Water Me has gone international! Created by Michelle Skipper, Cecil Decker, James Owens, Danny Oakes, and Chris Johnson for Indie Grits 2016 as part of the Waterlines project, this immersive video game experience about the struggles of keeping your beloved plant alive during a flood has been receiving lots of positive reviews amongst the gaming community around the world! Check out this amazing game walkthrough by video game vlogger and enthusiast, Smiling Boris, based out of Hong Kong.
Interested in what Indie Bits has in store for 2017?
Indie Bits is open to all modes of game development: tabletop, desktop, mobile, console, experimental, humanities/serious gaming, any genre; you name it they want it.
Benefits of acceptance into the Indie Grits community (other than being a part of the most exciting festival in the Southeast) include:
- Access to private artist lounge with food and drink
- Complimentary transportation to and from the airport (handled by us not you)
- Free access to several music concerts
- Free access to late night parties, and other special programs
Indie Bits is currently accepting submissions for this April! The deadline is March, 17, so get involved and get those submissions in!