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Art Sqool

Art Sqool review

Monet for nothing

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5 months ago

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Reviews Roulette: The one with the monkey bird and daddy issues

There is no complaint more sure to induce eyerolls than ‘too many games’, but here we are. There are too many games! It’s not coming from a place of entitlement, but guilt: I’d love to give every Steam key we receive a proper chance, but time limits me to the familiar/most bribe packed. That’s where Reviews Roulette steps in. It’s our new regular video ‘show’…

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Feature: Monet for nothing

Art Sqool review

Oh, Art Sqool. A game that's somehow less than the sum of its parts. Beautiful art design by creator and artist Julian Glander, splendid scratchy ambient music, a surrealist world that realises the style of the artist, and a lovely conceit about being put through an art school by an AI. And yet... it's crumbling between my fingers as I think about it.

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Art Sqool is out now and cheaper than real creative tutelage

Oh, how the tables have turned - no sooner have we taught neural networks how to art, they think they can teach us how to draw. Given how rubbish I am at drawing anything, they may be right. Art Sqool is a game by Julian Glander about wandering a pastel synthwavey world, doodling pictures that will impress your AI-powered art teacher. Maybe you'll make a transcendent…

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6 months ago

Enrolment in explore-o-draw game Art Sqool starts this February

They don’t call it ‘art’ificial intelligence for nothing – at Art Sqool all of your assignments will be given and graded by an AI determined to turn every student into Picasso. The illustrious Professor Qwertz will be throwing open the doors to their academy on February 5th. You can see the announcement trailer, complete with an oh-so-catchy song, below.

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10 months ago

Art Sqool will soon make all non-virtual art colleges redundant

A couple of my friends went to Art Sqool but would never talk about it, so it's great to finally get a peek at what that was actually like for them. It turns out Art Sqool campuses are very big on the colours yellow and pink, and unsettling oversized objects that protrude from a reality adjacent to our own. No wonder they stayed mum. Art…

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