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Imagination gaming. Gothic madness. 80s geek-flashbacks. Urban-Fantasy tinged Steampunk. Pick your poison, pull up a chair, and stay awhile. Just remember to check preconceptions at the door.

Geek culture is hot. Dungeons and Dragons is hotter. Celebrity podcasts. Live-play Twitch events. Even a new tentpole movie starring Chris Pine. Showing staggering, year over year growth, over 50 million people now play D&D. Nearly all of them are teens and adults.

Amazingly, in over four decades, there has never been an easy, definitive way bringing younger players into the hobby… until now. Experience a new kind of game, either as a gateway to the perennial favorite, or as a unique doorway to adventure exclusively for Gen Z.

SECRET DOOR: An Imagination Game redefining a classic hobby for the next generation. Suitable for ages 8 and up.

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Usually, a story involving a prophesy would go something like this: Once upon a time there was a horrible king in a horrible land who wouldn’t go away. One day, an old gypsy farmer had a prophesy: The horrible king would eventually be killed by a good knight with a magic pig who once was an orphaned schoolboy. The knight would rule the throne in a fair and just manner and everyone would live happily ever after.

But DEVIOUS ain’t that kind of story. If instead, I were to tell you DEVIOUS involved prophesies of a different sort - Evil prophesies, along with hired goons, mysteries, nasty parents, imaginary friends, goblins, Mothdevils, and roving eyeballs… Well, I guess that would be a bit closer to the mark. Dark comedy-adventure in the vein of Lemony Snicket, Tim Burton, and Douglas Adams. Suitable for ages 8 and up.

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Caution! Seventh grade looms ahead... Derek Brendon approaches the new school year with nerdy resolve. Will this be the year where Derek’s superpowers blossom, his rep skyrockets, and Sara Bradley finally realizes what she’s been missing? Will Derek’s healthy education in ninja-spy studies lead to clique superiority and upper-grade accolades? Everything’s on-target for a primo ’86 and ’87…

…Until that bizarro kid moves in down the street – The bizarro kid whose identity struggles and mysterious past cause Derek’s idealistic fantasy world to come crashing around him in suspiciously defined pieces.

No one said growing up was easy. Popularity. Love. Death. Maybe there’s simple answers… Maybe not. THE GRAVEROBBERS dig to the heart of it all. Suitable for ages 10 and up.

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No memory. No family. No choice. Trapped on an Earth where magic is everywhere and complex technology is illegal, Aria practices her mechanical gifts in near secret. But when a high school rival discovers those gifts, Aria's forced to leave rural Massachusetts and her foster family behind. Her plan? Hop the Nethertrain to New York City - where a new beginning, potential answers, and an underground scientific revolution awaits. Magic-infused steampunk and sci-fi. Suitable for ages 12 and up.

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