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Leak...Dynasty of the Magi

Warning :  I am related to the company, Heck I OWN IT and I love gaming! LOL So  I am leaking this info despite what the suits say lol!

New Game Combines an 11 book E-book fantasy  Series with an MMORPG where the players will compete (on the protaganist or antagonist)  in MMO to determine how the Fantasy Series end!  We are new company POETCoDe and will ran the prototype at COMICONNYC now we invite you to be a part of the story and change it! 


We launch in the app store in two weeks.

We have a kickstarter campain to add content to the game!

Fantasy e-book series integrated in a MMO. Players compete on quests from the book, for good or evil, the results crafted in next book.

  • Launched: Nov 21, 2012
  • Funding ends: Dec 21, 2011


Fantasy eBook series integrated in a MMO. Players, both on the side of good or on the side of evil, compete in the MMO on quests taken from the book, with the results crafted in next book.


I've been a sci-fi/fantasy fan since childhood, reading all offerings within the genre. Comic books, novels, short stories, graphic novels—you name it, I read it. It’s inevitable that I became an avid role-playing and video gamer, playing and reading everything I could get my hands on.

This experience made me wonder:

What would it be like to experience adventure in a game-world linked to an epic? Could a highly detailed fantasy book be created at the game’s inception—something like Lord of the Rings, but for contemporary readers?  And could those readers, by playing the game, interact with the author and developers at the creative level—where your game play could determine the emerging plot in the books to follow, and eventually determining the outcome of the book series?





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