Classroom Aquatic, a stealth/trivia videogame from indie developer Sunken Places, has successfully passed its Kickstarter campaign. The title, which tasks players with completing a test they haven’t revised for by copying off of their classmate’s sheets, secured it’s $30,000 USD goal to make $31,315. It comes with full support for the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset.
As the name suggests, Classroom Aquatic has an underwater theme. That means all your classmates are in fact dolphins. If you get caught cheating then you’re in trouble, although it’s possible to create distractions such as throwing erasers. Players are set against a time limit to complete the test and get the best marks possible. As the official webpage reveals, it’s the work of 6 different developers.
The Kickstarter success will be used to turn Classroom Aquatic into a full fledged title. It’s also currently running a Steam Greenlight campaign, which has been running since 14th February 2014. The team is hoping to ship the project in December 2014 for PC, Mac and Linux. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s development and report back with all the latest.