A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
It's a student simulator featuring a windowed UI and a virtual desktop. The game randomly gives you one of two students, whose time is yours to manage until either you get expelled for nonattendance, or you graduate after 3 years of projects and study.
I did have to sacrifice some of my scope to make it in time for the jam with reasonable amounts of testing, but there are also things I didn't originally intend to add, such as both students having their own projects and events. Games and persistent data are not saved to disk, unlike with Citrus and some of my other games—it's pretty short.
- [ESC] to open the Quit dialog
- [F1] to lower music volume
- [F2] to raise music volume
- [F5] to toggle fullscreen
- [SPACE] to pause/unpause the sim
- [.] or [num+] to speed the simulation up
- [,] or [num-] to slow the simulation down
- The mouse is used for all other actions in the game! You can close the game by just closing the window.
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Tags||Non violent, Pixel Art, Short, Singleplayer, Slice Of Life|
|Code license||BSD 2-clause 'Simplified' License|
|Asset license||Creative Commons Attribution v4.0 International|
|Average session||A few minutes|
ON WINDOWS: Simply download the zip, unzip it in your folder of choice, and run School.exe.
ON LINUX/MAC: You can run the windows version with wine, or you can install Love and download the .love in order to run it. This will work for windows users with Love 11.3, as well.
- New UpdateJun 19, 2021
- Simjam Postmortem + Technical NotesJun 15, 2020
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what can I do if my game won't open on mac os? what installer do I need?? it requires some application
https://love2d.org go to love's site and grab the mac OS version of the framework. I never used Mac OS, so i have no idea how you get it to launch .love files by default, but you should be able to just drag the game archive onto the love app from the site after you unzip it
Virtual windows managers are a soft spot of mine, instructions were clear, balancing numbers was fun and easy, writing is quirky without being cryptic, music bops with not one nor two but three tracks!
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while there isn't a lot going on, it feels rly good to menu and move the windows around and stuff, while trying to understand the numbers
The numbers, what do they mean??
Im still trying to understand, myself