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Deafverse is a choose-your-own-adventure online game created just for deaf teenagers, where they can learn important skills for success in high school and beyond. Players get to make their own choices, stand up for themselves, and build confidence and skills they can use in real life.

Team up with a robot sidekick, advocate for yourself, and save the day!

FREE! | English and ASL

World One: Duel of the Bots

Jump into a virtual world of a magical, sacred comic book. Meet game narrator Justin and your sidekick named Catbot, and work together to stop a rogue robot from wreaking havoc on the city. Resolve situations that deaf teenagers face in reality, like what to do when the interpreter isn’t being helpful, a movie theater doesn’t have captioning, or when people leave you out of conversations.

World Two: Revenge of the Deep

With a new partner, Kat, you search for Catbot, your trusty sidekick from World One, on an island filled with ravenous sea monsters. Along the way, you pick up vital workplace readiness skills like how to evaluate employment options, confidently disclose deafness, request accommodations, and resolve conflicts that will inevitably arise on the job. World Two also includes a mock job interview to help prepare you for this important step into adult life.

Get Started with Deafverse

Deafverse can be played at home, school, vocational rehabilitation settings, and beyond. Families, teachers, and other professionals can use the Teacher Strategy Guides to support game play, with bonus discussion questions and activities. Learn more today about how Deafverse can be used in your setting!

Resources

The Deafverse team has built a range of resources that can be used alongside game play, including downloadable interactive workbooks, teacher guides, discussion questions, videos, and other activities. These resources apply what players have learned in the game to their own lives. Check out additional resources today!