August, 2010

YOU: Unscripted

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

You tell us what you think of the game.

Experience the Keep It Real Game for yourself!
FREE Game Night @ Last Licks Ice Cream & Sports Store, NYC

September 18, 2010, 6-8pm.

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Games available at all Borders NYC locations and anytime on

Video shot and edited by:
Marilette dela Cruz
Online Marketing Director, Trance4mation Games LLC

Special Thanks:
Borders Bookstores, NYC

Keep it Real Game Coming to Borders NYC! – AUGUST 2010

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

Family Game Day [ages 14+]
AUGUST 14 (3-5 PM)
461 Park Ave. @ 57th St.
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Keep It Real Game Night [ages 16-24]
AUGUST 18 (7-9 PM)
Columbus Circle / Time Warner Ctr.
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Keep It Real Game Night [ages 16-24]
AUGUST 21 (7-9 PM) 576 2nd Ave. @ 32nd St.
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The bold, innovative, and transformational brand new interactive board game, Keep It Real, will be making its retail store debut at Borders Bookstores throughout New York City this August.

In these times of text messages and interpersonal disconnection, the arrival of the Keep It Real game could not be more timely. Borders Bookstores and Leslie Robinson are bringing people from different walks of life, cultures, and backgrounds together to share, play, and learn about one another in these FREE game play events at the Park Avenue, Time Warner Center, and Kips Bay Borders locations.

Join Leslie and the Keep It Real team at these events to celebrate the launch of this exciting, unique, new groundbreaking board game. The events will be hosted by singer and personality, Kian Brown.

Connect. Share. Laugh. Love. Come join us!


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“There has never been a board game like this … EVER!!! We have seen and played the games that challenge our memory, our intellect, our management skills, even our physical dexterity. But KEEP IT REAL challenges us in ways that would do far more than entertain or help to pass the time. It will stay with us in potentially life altering ways in rebuilding our perceptions of others and ourselves, while having us run a fun filled spectrum of emotions in the process. No one has ever enjoyed themselves or explored themselves this much with a board game before!”
– Gerard Brown, Screenwriter of “Juice” starring Tupac Shakur