Ahead of the 2015 PlayStation Experience, Sunken Places has announced its virtual reality simulation, Classroom Aquatic, will be coming to the PlayStation VR. Classroom Aquatic turns a player into an unprepared, foreign exchange student at a school for dolphins. It’s time for tons of tests that could prove impossible to pass, unless you cheat.
The goal in Classroom Aquatic is for the player to creatively cheat off of the dolphin classmates. They all have the right answers, but also will eventually be frustrated by the dishonesty. It’s up to a person to be clever enough to know who to cheat off of and when, so the classmates don’t go to the teacher.
As the semester progresses, the Classroom Aquatic teachers will get more alert. Seating arrangements will be changed, dividers and other devices will be employed, and each professor will have their own means of trying to discover dishonest students. Professor Porpoise is constantly walking around the class and will use university rules to find cheaters. Doctor Delphinidae stays at her desk during tests and put together machines to try and see what everyone is up to. The Career Counsellor has student aid underlings on the alert and asks classmates to report any wrongdoings.
Classroom Aquatic will be playable on the PlayStation 4 with the PlayStation VR and is coming to Windows PCs for the Oculus Rift in the second quarter of 2016. It originally appeared on Kickstarter in 2014, where it raised $31,315 from 989 people.