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|Short Game||Can be completed within 30 minutes|
|Medium Length Game||Takes at least 30 mins to finish|
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About this gameVivi finds out that her friends are going to the beach the same morning that she is in Saturday school detention. Will she escape? Can she get out before it's too late? Originally created for the first-ever "One Room, One Week" Competition, April 2005. The game was also nominated for Best Short Game in the AGS Awards 2005.
AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Short Game 2005
10 people commented on this game (newest first):
But what's really outstanding of this production is gameplay: it's very innovative, but withouth feeling "overwhelming" or "forced" to the player.
Put it on your list!
I think this game has opened new doors for adventure games as far as gameplay goes, keep it up!
I highly recommend this game to others. Although it does take awhile to figure out how the game works, it is well worth your time. :D
It takes a while to get used to the concept but once you work out what you\'re doing the game just flies along. The characters, even those who have very little to do or say, all have distinct and amusing personalities and their charm is enhanced by the cute drawings. I would love to see more of these games.
Saturday School is infinitely replayable and an utter delight. I insist you try it now. The best short game I\'ve played since A Friend Indeed.