Fallout devs Tim Cain and Chris Avellone will help write Nuka Break web show if Kickstarter raises $120k

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Fallout developers Tim Cain and Chris Avellone will help write the Nuka Break web show if its kickstarter raises $120,000.

The project is already funded with 31 days to go, but the team behind the Fallout fan series now wants more cash.

Avellone was senior designer on Fallout: New Vegas at Obsidian Entertainment. Tim Cain was the lead programmer of the first Fallout game, and played an important role in the creation of the post-apocalyptic RPG.

"Tim and Chris are fans and supporters of our series, and needless to say, we're huge fans of their work," reads the Nuka Break Kickstarter page. "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."

If the money is raised the pair will help with the storyline, character development, creature interactions and scenery, as well as appear in season two of the show.

Nuka Break is the work of Zack Finfrock and chums. Season one launched last year and quickly gathered an enthusiastic fanbase.

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