Thursday, 17 May 2012 04:33
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Our friends at Nuka Break, who are currently funding their second season with the aid of Kickstarter, have announced that they will recruit the aid of Fallout devs Tim Cain and Chris Avellone if the drive manages to raise over $120,000.
The project is already funded with 31 days to go, but key members of the team responsible for Fallout and Fallout 2 want to drive the project to even further heights by contributing creatively to the show.
Tim Cain is credited as the lead programmer to the first Fallout game, and was instrumental in developing Fallout's world. Chris Avellone worked on Fallout 2, and is chiefly responsible for the New Reno area as well as Fallout: New Vegas.
"Tim and Chris are fans and supporters of our series, and needless to say, we're huge fans of their work," writes Zack Finfrock, creator of the show. "Having them attached would make the series even sweeter. Reaching our new $120k goal will allow us to expand the overall production of the project, which makes it worth bringing on these two talented gentlemen."
You can give the project a helping hand here.
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