Heaven Sent Gaming

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Heaven Sent Gaming is a publisher of their own original productions, they have released content across multiple media formats. Founded in 2006 by, now married, high school sweethearts Mario J. Lucero and Isabel Ruiz Lucero.

Both founders of Heaven Sent Gaming are advocates of decentralization and one of the cofounders, Mario, is a Bitcoin evangelist. They have been supporters of the Bitcoin community since 2009, and have been accepting Bitcoin donations since then.

Publishments[edit]

Comics[edit]

All the comics from Heaven Sent Gaming are created by both Mario and Isabel, with art by Isabel. Their first comic series, Reverie was first released in 2010; followed by TWD: before Destruction and Karis in 2011, both of which were initially created in 2004.

  • BladeChick, a super-heroine action comic that has a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde type split-personality heroine.
  • Karis, a couple of college going angels, Karis and Ari.
  • Koki'o Shade and Monkey, a samurai and ninja series starring Barack Obama and George W. Bush.
  • Mouton, a super-hero action comic with a fat/heavily-muscled hero.
  • Reverie, a slice-of-life comic strip that's a in the same vein as Peanuts (Charlie Brown/Snoopy).
  • Thad's World Destruction: Before Destruction, a life-exaggerated Original English Language manga, about five chosen children named Byron, Kevin, Mario, Isabel, and Art.

Games[edit]

Their first publication was in 2007, a game called Balance for PC.

  • Balance, a puzzle game released during their college projects with "Our Own Little Coup".

Music[edit]

  • All We Are by Life Never Lost, a demo album by a Christian band.
  • Mario J. Lucero's country and rock music.

Novels[edit]

Video[edit]

  • HSGplays, a let's play video series.
  • Mario's vlog, a vlogging video series.

Web[edit]

  • aywv, a gaming news publication, first launched in 2009. Amassed multi-million views within its first year of publication.
  • BitDonate, defunct, was a pseudo-game that recommended a random Bitcoin address, for charities like the Red Cross and Salvation Army. It raised over a thousand US Dollars worth of Bitcoin for various charities.
  • New Mexico Cultural Encyclopedia, Lexicon, and News, which covers the culture of the State of New Mexico in the United States.

Links[edit]

Source[edit]

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See Also on BitcoinWiki[edit]