The Waters Above isn’t a game about young love or burgeoning romance. It’s a game about mistakes and forgiveness, commitment and what we take for granted. It’s about that moment in a relationship where you realize exactly how much you have to lose, and you’re just praying that you didn’t realize it too late.
A giant dome separates the Earth from the vast ocean sits above it. Maera is a young sea nymph who lives in that ocean and there she and the rest of her kind tend to the stars that light up the sky at night. And among them she is one of the best. That is why she is chosen for perhaps the highest honor she could receive. She is picked to be the caretaker for the first star born in over a hundred years. Births are becoming rarer and magic is fading. The world is getting old and every decision takes on new importance. Her girlfriend Clio wants nothing more than to leave, and to be free, but Maera is bound by her sense of duty.
The Waters Above is a short yuri kinetic novel that presents a fantastic and strange world. A world that combines the ocean depths and the outermost heavens. A world where magic sustains every aspect of life and that magic can no longer be counted on. And this world is brought to life by art from the wonderfully talented Namie and Loika to create a new kind of fairytale where the affairs of the world aren’t so important as the affairs of the heart, and everyone suffers the consequences of that.