Yes! Ozaria is a story-driven game - because storytelling is at the nexus of human emotion, imagination, and information sharing. When students customize their hero in Ozaria, they enter a vast world filled with the echoes of many rulers, kingdoms, and a history rich with myths of ancient magic and the legend of a darkness long defeated.

The Hero lives in a small and peaceful town named River’s End with their mother, Astra, and a dog named Mouse. Soon, something begins to change as winters become longer and crops start to die. The Hero awakens to find their mother has disappeared, leaving only a letter and map to the Sky Mountains. Now with the help of Vega, Mouse, and an ancient device called the Acodus, students will discover that only through the lost magic of coding and the development of their programming skills can they trap the darkness and save their world.

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