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Cheat on a dolphin exam in Oculus-enabled Classroom Aquatic


Indie developer Sunken Places recently launched a Kickstarter project for Classroom Aquatic. The PC, Mac and Linux game uses, but does not require, the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset. In it, players assume the role of an exchange student that is completely unprepared for an exam in a classroom full of dolphins. In order to pass the test, players need to sneak glances at their neighbors' answer sheets without being caught by both the finned students and the teacher.

A demo version of Classroom Aquatic is currently available on the developer's official website. It is seeking $30,000 by March 5 to fund the full version, which will feature multiple languages, and more classrooms and mechanics than the demo has to offer.

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