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Massive New Semester Update Expands Let’s School Curriculum

PM Studios and Pathea Games have released the massive New Semester update for their charming school management sim title, Let’s School. This is the biggest update to date for the colorful and cozy low-poly game that puts players in charge of a school.

The free New Semester update is packed with content. After School Clubs, new building styles, resource management changes, new Snow Cotton Town map, and an improved tutorial experience.

Recruit students to join After School Clubs. Basketball club and Popular Music club facilities can be unlocked via research to help train students and participate in club competitions against other institutions.

Parents are taking action in the new Parent Teacher Association (PTA) feature. Earn PTA points by collecting prohibited items from students. Use these points to purchase fun and creative items to reward students for good behavior.

Use the late game Community investment feature to invest funds back into the local community. Build new facilities and sponsor special activities. Make the in-game local world a better place by improving student lives in and out of school.

Reclaim resources with the School Closure Procurement feature. Obtain staff, items, furniture, management modules and more.

Snow Cotton Town is a new map set in a snowy wilderness environment. This map features an all new architectural style for players to use in their school designs. In addition, the map features the larges in-game play space to date.

Characters from My Time At Sandrock are joining the school. Logan will join academies as a student and Nia can join the faculty as a teacher. A Sandrock community can now be seen in the map and students there will be wearing appropriate Sandrock builder apparel.

Students will now dress up in special costumes to celebrate certain festival events such as Christmas and the New Year. Players can unlock seasonal decorations by completing objectives in-game and then place them around their school.

Since the launch of Let’s School last July, the game has acquired a 92% positive rating from over 3700 Steam reviews. Post launch, the game has added festival events, new faculty types, 100 new decorative items, and a range of optimizations and quality of life improvements. These additions have been in direct response to player feedback and add new elements of unpredictability and interaction to each playthrough.

Let’s School Availability

The Let’s School New Semester update is out now and ready for players to experience. Let’s School is available on Windows PC via Humble Bundle and Steam for $19.99. A 25% off discount is available during the Steam Lunar New Year Sale event that runs until February 20, 2024.

A game demo is also available on Steam. During Steam Next Fest June 2023, the Let’s School demo was one of the 50 most-played demos.

More plans are being made for the game in 2024. For more information visit the Let’s School socials below or the game’s product page at’s-school.

Let’s School – New Semester Major Update Trailer | Pathea Games

Publisher and Developer Information

PM Studios

PM Studios is an independent developer and publisher of interactive entertainment and mobile applications. Founded in 2008, the company is based in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Seoul, Korea. The company has over 50 titles in their portfolio including Ikai, Hoa, SuperEpicDriveIris FallBladed FurySUPERBEAT: XONiC, Goodbye World, and several entries in the DJMax franchise.

Pathea Games

Pathea Games (@PatheaGames Twitter, @PatheaGames Facebook, YouTube) is a game developer based in Chongqing, China and Memphis, Tennessee, United States. Founded in 2012, the studio focuses on titles for PC, console, and mobile platforms. The studio’s portfolio includes Planet Explorers, My Time at Portia, My Time at Sandrock and the currently in development Super Buckyball Tournament.

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