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We Know the Devil

by Aevee Bee and Mia Schwartz

Horror
2015

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About the Story

Anyone can kill the devil; that's why they always make teens the vampire slayers, the magical girls. But some kids can't even get that right; and that's why meangirl Neptune, tomboy Jupiter, and shy shy Venus have to endure one more week of summer camp and each other, singing boring songs about jesus, doing busywork for adults, and hoping god's radio can't hear them.

Before they can leave the summer scouts, they've got to spend twelve hours in the loneliest cabin in the woods and wait for the devil to come and live through the night--or not. You know.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: September 12, 2015
Current Version: Unknown
License: Commercial
Development System: Custom
IFID: Unknown
TUID: vyg71eftve9ffxx5

Awards

Nominee, Best Use of Multimedia - 2015 XYZZY Awards

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