Let's School features a detailed school building system. You can indulge in the pleasures of classic simulation management games and enjoy looking after students, which may bring back memories of your own school days. However, the game's replayability are limited.
Really cute game. I love simulators and knew i would enjoy this as soon as i saw the thumbnail. Its a bit glitchy, but that will get better with time. The only game play mechanic that i don't like is that all student recruited from a neighborhood have the SAME aspirations for their lives. i get that it is a game play mechanic but it kinda **** that the kids from one area are all delinquents who only want to learn Sports and Art and another pumps out world class scientists. In my first few years of the game, i tried to give my kids a well rounded education in subjects they didn't even need for their exams before i figured out that the game didn't want me to do that. Its a fun game that prioritizes a lot of realism but the stuff that is not realistic feels odd in comparison. Still highly recommenced if you like games like Two Point or other city builders
+ Fresh art style, really hard to see a simulation game based on eastern culture
+ Pretty good balance
+ Funny and various behaviors of students & teachers
- Minor bugs, but it's a indie game so not a big deal
A school building simulator made with love and care. Its state at launch isn’t the best, however, and several aspects could’ve been deeper. Also, people looking for a challenge will leave disappointed. But the combination of fun building, charming atmosphere and adequately complex management is nice enough.
A solid management sim and a cute idea that manages to tick all the boxes. Let's School can sometimes feel simply functional and yet manages to stand out from the competition with momentary flashes of brilliance. A solid B pupil with the potential to go further with the right after school tutelage.
While Let’s School is a lot of fun and has a lot of cute ideas, its implementation can sometimes be rough. It definitely feels more for people who want to play a business simulator, rather than a more hands-on one. Though easy to pick up, it can turn monotonous fairly quickly, even after you unlock new mechanics such as talking to other schools or exploring the regions around you. There are victory conditions you can work towards. However, you can go about it passively since all three of them are so linked to the way the game naturally encourages you to play. Let’s School does not feel like a game you can enjoy for hours on end, but you’ll certainly have a good time while you’re in the early stages. In that sense, it feels more like being a student than being a headmaster.
+ Refreshing clean and casual gameplay without a great deal of complexity.
+ Fun and well balanced, progression is linear but the grind is almost nonexistent.
+ Cute, family-friendly graphics that feel extremely well polished.
-Some aspects of the game don't feel fully fleshed out or completely finished.
-The lack of depth does end up making some parts of the game feel mundane and repetitive.
SummaryDive into the exhilarating role of a headmaster entrusted to revive your alma mater! Beyond just bricks and mortar, train teachers, recruit students. Sculpt your school into a unique educational haven! Let's School!