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The world's first underwater Stealth/Trivia cheat-'em-up!
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Tossin' 'em like its Pike Place Market

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Hello to all you jolly John Dories! Remy here, with another update for Classroom Aquatic!

The rebuild continues. As the game’s old programming is put through a reinvigorating seaweed scrub, the new modular systems fit together as snug as an Ommatokoita in a Greenland shark’s eye (which as all you Greenland sharks know, is almost painfully snug). So now, let’s take a look at some cool stuff! (Unless you’re a Greenland shark, in which case, please ask your eye-worm to describe everything below)

Professor Porpoise has always had a big head. Well now, he has a neck! You know what that means? That’s right, Professor Porpoise will now be able to look at different students while he’s meandering around the classroom!

He can now focus his gaze on Porpoises of Interest
He can now focus his gaze on Porpoises of Interest

This change will make Professor P more dynamic, and require you to always be mindful of him--even when he’s far away, he could be watching you!

Not to be outdone, we’ve also made the students more distractible. For example, they now follow any erasers thrown anywhere around them!

Look, some of them think it's a fish! They’re mistaken of course, but hey, that’s what erasers are for--creating mistakes.
Look, some of them think it's a fish! They’re mistaken of course, but hey, that’s what erasers are for--creating mistakes.

Distracting your classmates without hitting them or your teacher is what we here at CA Central call a soft-distraction. Students who aren’t paying attention to you are also less likely to notice you cheating, so it's a great way to remain stealthy under the sea.

Of course, you can also be less subtle with your distractions (right Mr. Spicoli?)

Students now feel dread and terror when angry teachers approach to reprimand them for something that isn’t their fault.
Students now feel dread and terror when angry teachers approach to reprimand them for something that isn’t their fault.

OK, TAFN (that’s all for now). And remember, if you want to spice up your kimchi, try sea cucumber, and if you really want to spice it up, use whole sea urchins!

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