New Alternative Reality Game Seeks the Truth about Aliens

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A new alternative reality game (ARG) created by Sheri Wells, a technology veteran and transmedia storyteller, will make you contemplate the sheer reality of the situation. It even has its own theme song, riddled with clues, "Where are all the Aliens."

What if the planet is really controlled by reptilians capable of shape-shifting that have infiltrated our political and social infrastructure; and extra terrestrial aliens have been abducting humans to create a hybrid race?

A new alternative reality game (ARG) created by Sheri Wells, a technology veteran and transmedia storyteller, will make you contemplate the sheer reality of the situation. It even has its own theme song, riddled with clues, "Where are all the Aliens."

The game stars, Jenny Jet, whose family was abducted by aliens and now works for the C.M.I.A., an autonomous organization.

People drop into the Jenny Jet ARG without really knowing it's a game. "It's more of an awakening experience," says Wells, "it can shake ones beliefs and makes them wonder what's real and what's not." The game is not rated, but it's definitely for a mature audience.

Rabbit-holes have been scattered and placed everywhere that play with peoples' heads and drop them into some pretty mind-boggling content.

Players help Jenny Jet discover the truth by becoming agents of the C.M.I.A. where they investigate and submit what they find to Jenny Jet. The games content is guided by the players who contribute their findings, stories, and videos, while earning points and advancing to the next level as C.M.I.A. agents.

Jenny Jet ARG is played at ones own risk and exposes them to mind control, chip implants, shape-shifting, chemtrails, and other black projects.

To live the game, join the C.M.I.A. - http://thecmia.org

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