Andrew Krenzel is a Sophomore Game Design Major. He was born in Pennsylvania but has lived in Kansas, Texas, Connecticut, and upstate New York due to his father’s career in the military. He lived in the Kansas City area before coming to Bradley and brought with him his passions for video games, history, and fencing. He is combining his passions to create video games that are able to convey history in an impactful, engaging, and entertaining way that is accessible to younger generations.
Andrew has realized that the more engaging and interactive the presentation of history became, the more likely the participants were going to remember their experiences with it. This has inspired him to pursue a career in the medium he has become the most familiar and involved with, video games, and to tell the untold stories of history with games.
Panther, Lorraine 1944
A 1:35 scale model of a Panther at Lorraine in the fall of 1944. Completed 2019.
Tainted Glory The Tarnished Legacy of the M4 Sherman: 1942 to the Present
An independent research project to look into the history of the M4 Sherman in World War Two. Author. Completed 2019.