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Playdate: Going back to school with 'No Pineapple Left Behind'

Timothy J. Seppala, @timseppala
September 3, 2015
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Back to school. Those three words can strike fear in even the hardiest of kids. We're celebrating the beginning of the semester a little differently, because, well, that's what we do on Playdate. Rather than spend the afternoon quoting Billy Madison, we're going to be playing through No PIneapple Left Behind, a game that skewers the politics of the American education system. And who better to talk about it than Seth Alter, the former teacher who developed the game? No one, that's who. So join us here at 6 pm ET / 3 pm PT as Sean Buckley and myself walk through these pineapple-filled halls for two hours on Twitch. You can tune in here on this post, Twitch.tv/joystiq or even the Engadget Gaming homepage. And no, there's no need to bring an apple for us -- just being a good sport in chat is reward enough.

Playdate: Going Back to School with 'No Pineapple Left Behind'

[We streamedNo Pineapple Left Behind at 720p through OBS, so rest assured this game will look dramatically better on your computer at home.]

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