This is Steam’s most experimental “game” to date

This is Steam's most experimental

This is Steam’s most experimental “game” to date

Valve’s Steam platform has just received its most experimental title, a “game” that s out there that it can barely be considered a game. Meet “Each Sale I Drink a Glass of Water”, the Indie title which plans to deliver everything that the title says. 

The idea’s simple, whenever a copy of “Each Sale I Drink a Glass of Water” is sold on Steam, the game’s developer will record himself drinking a glass of water. Every Friday, new videos will be added to the game’s Steam page to highlight the number of sales that the game has. It’s that simple. 

What do you get out of it? Nothing really, you could be satisfied by making the game’s developer that little more hydrated, or maybe you just want to see your water drinking video hit Steam. 

Each Sale I Drink a Glass of Water will release on Steam on May 1st in though Steam Early access, and at this time the game has no price tag. Funnily enough, this game has its own set of PC system requirements, and you will be glad to know that *It can work on almost any pc*. 

Here’s what you need to run “Each Sale I Drink a Glass of Water”.
   

MINIMUM:

OS: Microsoft Windows Xp / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
Processor: 1.5Ghz Processor or better
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Storage: 2 GB available space
Additional Notes: *It can work on almost any pc*

This game has the potential to be dangerous

All fun aside, this game does have the potential to be deadly. While drinking a glass of water isn’t dangerous, drinking too much water is. Just look up “water intoxication”, and you will see how dangerous this game has the potential to be. 

Here’s what Wikipedia has to say; “Water intoxication, also known as water poisoning, hyperhydration, overhydration, or water toxaemia, is a potentially fatal disturbance in brain functions that results when the normal balance of electrolytes in the body is pushed outside safe limits by excessive water intake.

Under normal circumstances, accidentally consuming too much water is exceptionally rare. Nearly all deaths related to water intoxication in normal individuals have resulted either from water-drinking contests, in which individuals attempt to consume large amounts of water, or from long bouts of exercise during which excessive amounts of fluid were consumed”. 

With this information in mind, it may be in Valve’s best interest to remove “Each Sale I Drink a Glass of Water” from Steam, as failing to do so has the potential to result in disaster. This assumes that the game will generate enough sales to be dangerous. 

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