Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 2012 File Format: zip
SHA1 Hash: 956a9d90a413758a94a3a9219b398053c46a4cc8 Game Platform: PC | Windows
Size: 206.02 MB
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Downloads: 1885 License: Free
Highschool 101 is a free game by Team NoIDea and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 2012.
You can download Highschool 101 which is 206.02 MB in size and belongs to the games category Time Management, Casual, Sim. Highschool 101 was last updated on 2017-04-27 and is currently at version 1.
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Being in school is stressful enough for most students, especially since they have to spend a few hours doing something not many of them find enjoyable. On top of that, there are all sorts of tests and exams that must be passed as well, otherwise their efforts are not taken into consideration. However, students always find a way to cheat the system and receive higher grades than they deserve.
Help the students cheat their way through exams
Highschool 101 is an interesting game concept that actually works very well, at least when you consider the fact that there are not many similar ideas out there. In essence, you have to help an entire class of students pass an exam by cheating and copying from one another. Moreover, you must also pay attention to the teacher that observes the exam.
To begin with, the first level features only a handful of students and a pretty big classroom that needs to be examined, which means that the teacher is often out of range. Speaking of which, it’s important to note that the said teacher walks around with a stick and beats the kids if he finds them cheating, which is obviously not good for your score. On top of that, you also have to get as many passing grades as you can until the time runs out.
Distract the teacher in order to get a chance to cheat
Each student has special abilities that allow him to either get his phone out to find the answers, or to pass the said answers to his colleagues. However, they also have action points that can be used to distract the teacher using various actions, such as raising their hands and asking questions or simply faking anger and flipping their desk over in a fit of rage.
As for the graphics, the game uses Unreal Engine 4 to render everything you see, which means that it’s certainly capable of much more than you are shown. On the other hand, this was created for a game jam competition, so it’s only normal that it lacks polish. In addition, it’s actually quite well-made for something that was designed in a rush.
A neat idea that could evolve into something more
All in all, Highschool 101 is quite engaging and fun, not to mention challenging every now and again. Thus, if the developers can integrate more ideas into it and come up with more complex gameplay mechanics, this could certainly turn into something a lot better.