** A 2D point & click adventure game full of tricky puzzles and monkeys. **
** Developed with young people. **
** Nominated for the Giga-Maus and the Tommi Children's Software Prize 2017 **
** Awarded by the Sustainability Council 2017 **
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SERENA SUPERGREEN AND THE BROKEN WING
The summer holidays are within reach. Unfortunately, Serena's vacation fund is still empty. She would love to lie in a hammock on a sunny island with a cocktail! Before she embarks on a big trip with her best friends Myra and Kiki, Serena first has to earn some money in the mall.
The aquariums at the pet store are broken, the chameleon is sitting in the dark, and there's also this weird parrot. Serena has a busy schedule at her new job. She has to overcome countless technical obstacles with the help of a 3D printer or a soldering iron. And then she also has trouble with her friends.
In the end, however, there is a much bigger problem: when the three girls are finally on their way to the dream island, they end up stranded on the wrong island - where exactly nothing works. Almost alone, Serena and Kiki have to repair a wind turbine, because that's the only way they can get off the deserted island.
The game includes an exciting adventure story with 6 hours of playtime and fully voiced German voice output. Choose from one of 4 characters and solve tricky puzzles to help Serena and her friends on vacation.
"Serena Supergreen" is part of the Serena research project, in which a digital careers orientation offer was developed specifically for young people in the field of technology.
The joint project was funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research as part of the funding guideline "Promotion of digital media in vocational training". The Wissenschaftsladen Bonn e.V. (project management), the Technical University of Dresden with the departments of psychology of teaching and learning as well as metal and machine technology/professional didactics (scientific support) and the game studio the Good Evil GmbH from Cologne (game development) were involved.