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Serena Nelson

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Serena has been a gamer since an early age and was brought up with the classic adventure games by Sierra On-Line, LucasArts, and Infocom. She's been an active member on Kickstarter since early 2012 and has backed a large number of crowdfunded games, mostly adventures. You can also find her writing for Kickstart Ventures and evn.moe.
Antegods

“Stonepunk” Antegods Will Be Getting the Fig Treatment

I love a game with unique concepts. Whether it's in the story, gameplay, or artwork if it speaks to me I'll listen. With Antegods,...
Isles of Terracel

Go Exploring in Open World Survival, Isles of Terracel

I find open world games to be strangely fascinating. You can do whatever you want, to whatever you want, as long as it's in...
Aaero

Experience Some Phat Beatsies in Aaero

I like rhythm games. They're not at the top of my list of genres, but I do find them to be an enjoyable diversion...
Lutra City Mysteries

Lutra City Mysteries Gains a Second Life as an Adventure Game

I love film noir stories. I also love adventure games. Put them together and you've got a recipe for an exciting time. Of course,...
The Fall of Lazarus

Exploring an Abandoned Spaceship in The Fall of Lazarus

I love a good first person exploration game. I've played, and enjoyed, plenty. The atmosphere and mystery surrounding your environment has called to me...
Pixel Noir

Pixel Noir Gets a Publisher and Release Schedule, Alpha Build on...

Ever since I backed it, I've been excited to see more about Noir inspired RPG Pixel Noir. Each update has given me a glimpse...
The Rainsdown Players: Second Act

Run a Theater Troupe in The Rainsdown Players: Second Act

I'm a patron of the arts. I may not go to the theater as often as I'd like, but I still enjoy it when...
SmuggleCraft

Get Your Race On With SmuggleCraft

While I generally shy away from racing games, I find something oddly intriguing about SmuggleCraft. Maybe it's because it's not your traditional racer. Maybe...
Narita Boy

Side Scrolling, 80’s Style in Narita Boy

I'm an '80s kid. I grew up on a lot of the media from that decade. So, it shouldn't be a surprise that I'll...
The Wizard and the Slug

Strange Platformer The Wizard and the Slug Hits Kickstarter Soon

I find strange pairings of strange creatures strangely fascinating. And nowhere is it more strange than playing as a slug who happens to have...
Caveman Warriors

Caveman Warriors Makes Hitting Things With Sticks Fun

Have you ever wanted to play a side scrolling platformer beat-em-up game featuring cavemen? Well, now you can in Caveman Warriors. I normally don't...
A Clockwork Ley-Line

Sekai Project Dominates Again with A Clockwork Ley-Line

When it comes to localizing Japanese visual novels into English, few names are as instantly recognizable as Sekai Project. Well, they're back on Kickstarter...

Domino Planet Isn’t The Dominoes Game You Think It Is

I've been a fan of dominoes since I was young. I used to play it all the time, and I also loved setting them...
Iselron: The Rending

Action RPG Iselron: The Rending Coming Soon to Kickstarter

When it comes to RPGs, I prefer the turn-based style. That doesn't mean I don't like action RPGs, though. I do really love them...
Code 7

Less is More: Code 7 Hacking Game Changes Episodic Release Plans

Sometimes less is more. And nowhere is this more apparent than in Code 7. The latest update for this text-based hacking adventure has mentioned...
Falling Doors

Exploring Spooky Old Mansions in Falling Doors

Survival horror is an interesting genre. It can mean different things to different people. For me, it's all about exploration and strange occurrences. While...