Those of us who attended school in a traditional classroom setting know the feeling all too well —glancing over one’s shoulder to sneak a peek at a neighbor’s test paper, a quick glance up to make sure the teacher was preoccupied, and then a side-long stare in an attempt to catch a glimpse at the smart kid’s answer. It’s almost a rite of passage. Game developer Sunken Places is attempting to turn that sensation into a videogame with Classroom Aquatic.
To make things interesting, the classroom in Classroom Aquatic is, well…aquatic. As a foreign exchange student in a classroom full of dolphins, players must cheat their way through an impossibly-hard exam that they are in no way ready to take. Avoid getting caught cheating three times while getting all the answers correct on the test and the player beats the level.
Sunken Places is planning to develop Classroom Aquatic for the Oculus Rift, and is currently seeking $30,000 on Kickstarter in order to facilitate the game’s completion. While Oculus Rift is specifically mentioned at the head of the campaign page, Classroom Aquatic is also being developed for all operating systems, and a playable demo is even available from the game’s official website.
Check out Classroom Aquatic on Kickstarter.