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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.
No Mercy: For Lorne Hope

No Mercy: For Lorne Hope Gives Brawlers Substance

Brawlers are a gaming genre that holds a strange mix of love and hate for me. I haven't been much into action games lately,...
Labyrinth

Labyrinth Goes Free to Play, Still in Early Access

I love a good card game, especially one that has unique features to it. So, it was a no-brainer that I instantly backed Labyrinth...
Max's Big Bust

Gender Bender Visual Novel Max’s Big Bust Ends on a High...

Being trans myself, it's no surprise I enjoy a good game that features transgender themes. That said, not all of them have to be...
Rise of the Elders: Cthulhu

Rise of the Elders: Cthulhu is an Insane Strategy Game

H.P. Lovecraft and his dark dales of the insane and macabre have fascinated me for years. It should go without saying that I'd hungrily...
Titanic VR

Explore the Wreck of a Famous Ocean Liner in Titanic VR

Practically everybody has heard of the famous ocean liner Titanic. It sank at the bottom of the northern Atlantic after getting struck by an...
8 Doors

8 Doors Gives an Asian Feel to Roleplaying in the Afterlife

I enjoy playing RPGs of all types, but the turn-based Japanese style has always been my favorite. I also look for quality games with...
Four Last Things

Four Last Things Makes Diving into Paintings Fun

It's not unheard of to see an adventure game try a different art style. The genre has changed many times over the decades, after...
Crescent Loom

Crescent Loom Could Make Creating Life Fun and Educational

There aren't a lot of fun looking edutainment games out there. However, sometimes one comes along that makes you want to look closer at...
Women of Xal

Get Political in Women of Xal

Visual novels are a pretty popular gaming genre on Kickstarter. Whenever one comes along I have to check it out. I love a good...
Die for Valhalla!

Raise Some Vikings to Fight for You in Die for Valhalla!

I'll freely admit I'm not a big "beat em up" fan, nor have I ever really been. That said, I won't completely pass on...
Tokyo Dark

Tokyo Dark Nears Release, NG+ Mode Details Revealed

I'm a huge fan of psychological games, and it's even better if it's in a genre I like. The visual novel Tokyo Dark is one...
BeardedBear

Be a Bearded Bear Cyborg in BeardedBear

I'll admit that I'm not particularly fond of roguelike arcade shooters, but that doesn't mean I won't play them. If they have an interesting...
Pillow Zombie TD

Fight Cute and Cuddly Stuffed Animals in Pillow Zombies TD

I enjoy the occasional tower defense game. There's something about building up towers that can rain death upon the enemy I like. However, most...
Anew: The Distant Light

Story Driven Metroidvania Anew: The Distant Light Lands on Kickstarter Soon

I'll be the first to admit I'm not much of a fan of Metroidvania type games these days. I just don't have the reflexes...
The Saint Road

Christian Game The Saint Road Leaves Many Questions

I'm all for games that have the themes of love, respect, and tolerance. However, it's hard to see any of that in a campaign...

Paradigm Approaches Finish Line Despite Setbacks

I love comedy adventure games, so backing Paradigm was a no-brainer back when it ran on Kickstarter. That was nearly two-and-a-half years ago. While far...