Ultra-Indie Daily Dose: Late For Class Is A Game About The Most Visceral Fear For 12-Year-Olds
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Nothing like the sheer terror of being a high schooler late for your class. Unless, of course, you’re not a dork nerd who recognizes that these are the kind of short term immaterial problems that will be forgotten instantly. But for the rest of us, those who had that visceral emotional reaction to doing the bad thing, Late for Class is the game for you.
Late for Class is a game on itch.io by developer Tesseron. Created for the Two Minute Horror Jam, this game has you frantically searching for your classroom. You have only two minutes, but that certainly is not enough time. And when you inevitably mess up, things go dark fast, literally and metaphorically.
It may have been for the Two Minute jam, but Late for Class will certainly take you several tries. You can try it out for yourself by clicking here.