By John Walker on February 10th, 2014 at 6:00 pm.
By Horace we should have posted about this before now. Classroom Aquatic is a game about cheating at tests. In a school for dolphins.
Apparently based on my dreams, except my dreams are never cool enough to have me be surrounded by dolphins, this is a game about being in a classroom faced with a test that you’ve not prepared for whatsoever. So you have to cheat. And the school is for dolphins and you’re not even a dolphin.
In each game, you’ll have ten questions to answer, but they’re all far too difficult for a not-dolphin. So you need to crib off other’s papers, and create distractions so you don’t get caught doing so. You can play an alpha of it right now, which you probably should – both for and not for Oculus.
But now developers Sunken Places want to develop it into a full game, ideally one with Oculus Rift in mind, and for that there’s a Kickstarter.
And here’s the trailer for the original idea:
A pledge of $15 secures of a copy of the game if they’re able to finish it, which they hope to do by December this year.
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