Imminent Games Releases Worldwide The PC Version Of The Casual Indie Video Game Drip Drip

Imminent Games releases worldwide the PC version of the casual indie video game Drip Drip. It is available at for $9.99. A playable PC demo of Drip Drip is also available for download. Review copies are available for the press.  A new trailer for the release of Drip Drip is available at:

Drip Drip is a casual game that has a classic 2D feel with RTS inspired point and click controls.

A severe storm has brought in devastating weather conditions to the cities of the USA and many buildings standing in the intense storm’s destructive path are in dire need of assistance. Water dripping everywhere threatens to flood the basements and cause excessive water damage that will collapse the buildings.

The player is an elite drip collector and manages the Disaster Response Team. With a team of tools and their water collecting and building fixing skills, the player will travel across the USA and visit 24 exciting cities on their mission to ensure the safety of each building. From inside small houses to towering skyscrapers, containers like pans, buckets, and barrels will have to be moved around the floors to catch the dripping water and then be emptied to save the buildings from extreme damage, flooding, and destruction. The water dumped out of windows will earn the player money so other containers and tools can be bought to keep the buildings standing while they withstand a constant barrage of pouring rain and never-ending threats like the UFO, Ghost, Witch Doctor, and Lightning Bolts during each storm cycle.

Real time water drop and puddle simulation. Real time weather effects.

Intelligent path finding.

Beautiful hand drawn art along with over 30 different particle effects.

24 unique buildings - Travel from Mansions to Apartment Slums to Towering Skyscrapers, each with varying heights and increased difficulty.

10 different containers and tools that can be leveled up to Super Power abilities.

3 levels of difficulty – Easy for the casual beginner, Medium for the experienced gamer, and Hard for the hard core gamer.

44 Achievements to unlock!

Easy to pick up and play controls along with great depth and challenge.

Being developed for the PC, Mac, and iOS: iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.

Drip Drip Release Trailer:

Bath, UK – 16 th August 2012 – Steel Media is happy to announce that it has acquired, further boosting the publisher’s already established presence within the portable apps/games consumer site sector.

Launched in 2010 by the founders of respected iOS site, Slide To Play, to accompany Apple’s then new tablet, Padvance’s mission has been to cover all facets of the iPad – from traditional app-related news, previews, reviews, and features, to accessories, videos, tips, tricks and how tos.

Steel Media aims to continue that good work, of course, while looking to bring in additional levels of coverage as the new editorial team settle into their new role.

“In April 2010, the launch of the iPad forced us to "think different" about how to cover the new tablet device and its many different uses. We started because we knew there would be games to cover, but also educational apps, cooking apps, medical apps, and a lot more we couldn't even imagine at the time,” said Andrew Podolsky, Padvance’s Editor-in-chief since launch. “After more than two years of covering HD apps, we're turning over the reins of to the talented team at Steel Media, publisher of Pocket Gamer.  

“Padvance will continue to keep you updated on the latest HD games, but it'll also cover tech and industry news. You'll see a lot of the same type of coverage you have before, but with a different editorial team working behind the scenes. With Padvance in safe hands, we can concentrate our efforts on bringing you top-quality gaming news on Slide To Play.”

“I'm delighted to be able to expand our portfolio and portable gaming expertise with this new acquisition,” said Chris James, Steel Media MD. “The tablet sector is a very exciting space right now in its own right and we hope to be able to demonstrate that as we build on the great work that the guys at Slide To Play have started.”


For more information, contact:

Steel Media – Chris James (chris [at]



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