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Sea-cret Discoveries

Posted by Sunken Places (Creator)
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Hey there all you sardonic sardines, Remy here, with another peek at what’s up with Classroom Aquatic!

In our last update we told you about all of the modifications we made to the history teacher, Professor Porpoise. In this update we wanted to let you know we’ve been experimenting with the science teacher, Doctor Delphinidae. Let’s check out the results!

In the previous iteration of the game, Dr. D was a bit choppy, but now that her code has been streamlined, she’s moving smooth, like a sailboat on a serene sea!
Seriously, you shouldn’t let this scary scientist see you sneaking a peek at your classmates’ tests.
Seriously, you shouldn’t let this scary scientist see you sneaking a peek at your classmates’ tests.

Now that she’s better integrated into the game, we’ve improved her quality of play, which means tweaking her behavior, the time it takes for her to perform certain actions, and how much she can see.

Although Doctor Delphinidae won’t be blinded by unproven ocean-notions, we can still narrow the scope of her vision if needed.
Although Doctor Delphinidae won’t be blinded by unproven ocean-notions, we can still narrow the scope of her vision if needed.

This is just as well, because now that we’re testing the new codebase in the Vive, we’ve enlisted Doctor Delphinidae to help solve a problem we’ve been having with pencils floating away. So without further adieu, the Doctor Delphidae Pencil Protector!

It also makes the old “drop your pencil, lean over to pick it up and sneak a peek at your neighbor’s test” trick into a reel challenge.
It also makes the old “drop your pencil, lean over to pick it up and sneak a peek at your neighbor’s test” trick into a reel challenge.

The last big thing we need to do is make Dr. D’s swimming animations look and feel great. We want all of our characters to move in a fun, unique way, and once we have her moving just right we’ll be excited to show you how cool she looks zipping around the classroom.

That’s all for now! Until next time, remember that drinking sea water can cause weakness, hallucinations, and delirium (and by the way, those are all reasons not to drink seawater!)

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