Academia: School Simulator set to graduate from Early Access to Full Release next week

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January 26, 2021

Academia: School Simulator by Squeaky Wheel, one of the best-reviewed school simulators on Steam, is ready to graduate into a full release and will hit PC and consoles on January 28th. Since hitting Early Access in 2017, nearly 100,000 players have enjoyed the game and have built learning environments ranging from Utopian Classrooms to downright nightmarish Study Prisons.

Players won’t be tempted to play hooky from this school simulator! Working with a highly engaged community of scholars, Squeaky Wheel created and added new academic skills and new features over the last four years, including Teacher Training, Student Labor and the ability to pick out and nurture your favorite students.
In the quest to become the number one ranked school, players can challenge themselves by completing more than 100 Achievements on their way to the top. Random events may throw them off course though and they have to keep an eye out for the goons that turn their students into delinquents!
Version 1.0 includes a new “Hardcore” difficulty level, new scenarios and events to keep sophomore players challenged during the late game, and a new fully-fledged tutorial to help guide first graders.

 

 

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