Have you ever wondered what a school of dolphins looks like? Look no further than Kickstarter-funded Classroom Aquatic. Become a dolphin exchange student and prepare for the toughest semester of school ever. Tests will be full of questions you probably don't even know, so being the good student you are you'll just guess and hope you get it right, right?
Sure, you go ahead and do that. When you fail though, you'll wish you did the right thing and cheat your way to an A. Classroom Aquatic is the world's first cheat-'em-up game, where cheating is not only encouraged but practically required to succeed. Be careful, because your professors and fellow students aren't going to be too happy if they catch you sneaking a peek. For maximum enjoyment, you can even use the Oculus Rift to really look over their shoulder.
Classroom Aquatic will feature a variety of modes in the full game. Here's just a few:
- Science Fair: There's nothing that proves your intellectual curiosity and/or superiority in school than winning first prize at the science fair. The only problem? Everybody else's projects are so much cooler than yours that you're doubting whether yours stands a chance. Sabotage could be your only way to win, but you can't get caught!
- School Dance: So your closest friend and the most popular dolphin in school asked you to the school dance. You stupidly said yes to both of them at different times. Pull off that double date without being caught!
- Detention: Uh oh, now you've done it. You're stuck in detention and the only way out is to pass a remedial quiz, but there's one catch. Nobody else knows the answers, so they'll be trying to cheat off of you! Sabotage the cheaters by making them copy the wrong answers, but make sure you still pass!
The game almost didn't succeed in its Kickstarter campaign and reached the $30,000 goal just minutes before the deadline. Expect Classroom Aquatic to make a splash in a pond of different languages with an anticipated release this December.