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Two Point Campus Free Download Unfitgirl Two Point Campus continues in the already impressive footsteps of Two Point Hospital before it, dressing up an engaging business management sim in goofy irreverence. To be honest, its dorky, oddball sense of humor misses me more often than it hits. But that all fades into the background for the most part when I’m having a blast laying out my new library, planning out dorms, and throwing sweet parties in the student union. Most of the time you’ll be juggling your budget, student happiness, and the space requirements of running a university. It’s similar to Two Point Hospital in that last regard – making the best of annoying geometry to cram in an extra lecture theater or much-needed bathroom put my mental Tetris skills to the test, and often forced me to abandon the idea of a perfect layout in the interest of a functional one. That can sometimes get tiresome, but it’s also not really an issue later on when you get some bigger plots and the ability to make buildings whatever shape you want. So by the time it had overstayed its welcome, I was given the much appreciated freedom not to deal with it anymore. The Sandbox mode is where Two Point Campus really shines, letting you loose to build the school of your dreams on any of the 12 different themed plots. Some are outright wacky, like a spy school that uses a burger joint as a cover. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
Others are a bit more vanilla, like an Oxford-inspired campus in the faux-English countryside. And the same goes for the courses available, with everything from General Knowledge to actual Knight School – yes, that’s Knight with a K. So you can kind of adjust your level of silliness to your preference, which is nice. Each campus is introduced through a story-driven scenario that includes its own special rules. I definitely liked some of these more than others. Funding my university entirely on plundered artifacts from an archaeological dig has a bit of an, “Are we the baddies?” vibe, but I found it entertaining. On the other hand, running a parody of a SoCal party school where my entire budget was based on how much fun the students were having became mechanically tedious pretty quickly due to the extremely small profit margins and low return on investment for all the expensive amenities I provided.It’s rewarding to go from a dingy backup school to a thriving university. You only have to clear five of these to unlock all 12 maps in sandbox mode, though. So if you’re just not feeling the scenario objectives, they’re easy enough to ignore. And once outside the bounds of the campaign, I enjoyed how progression works. Adding more facilities and staff, as well as leveling up your various rooms by adding decorations and more learning opportunities
Shaping the future
Will level up the whole university and provide more course points and “Kudosh,” a special currency that unlocks more cosmetic options and ploppable doodads. Course points can be spent to add new programs or expand existing ones, and that creates a rewarding feeling of going from a dingy backup school to a thriving university. Not all courses are built the same, either. The aforementioned Archaeology program lets you dig up artifacts that can be put on display to raise your campus’ prestige, or sold to pad out your budget. Academic Exercise revolves around the sport of Cheeseball, where you can schedule games against rival schools and compete for glory. Not every course has its own minigame like this, but the ones that do effectively let you be more hands-on during a school year and create extra, thematic goals to strive for. The more nitty-gritty campus management aspects can be a bit frustrating, though. While the UI is legible and organized, it’s sometimes hard to quickly find information I’d really like access to, like why a particular student has low grades. The Advice screen is very helpful in this regard, since it usually tells you what your biggest problems are in plain language. But it doesn’t really help you understand how the systems work to allow you to spot those problems intuitively in the future. ONE PIECE PIRATE WARRIORS 3
There are also a number of things I wish had tooltips that don’t for some reason, like the Academic Overview. Overlays for all the various happiness and comfort factors are great, but again, they don’t necessarily help you figure out why a problem exists – only that there is one. The visual style of Two Point Campus is almost identical to Two Point Hospital, and it’s one that makes everything very readable. It’s also not exactly my vibe, though. Just like the humor often doesn’t do it for me, rarely rising above what you’d find in a kids’ joke book, the stylized and whimsical models and animations seem a bit like a playset you’d find in the Early Childhood section of a toy store. I don’t need every game I play to look like a photorealistic, ray-traced military simulator, but I’m just not charmed by this particular aesthetic either.The theming of the various maps, on the other hand, does get me excited. Being able to have a knight school inside of an actual castle is pretty rad. There’s enough diversity that whatever kind of university you can imagine, there’s probably a plot that fits it well. I wish there were some more carpet and wallpaper options for some rooms, and the lack of the ability to make slanted or curved buildings is a little bit limiting. But the grid helps keep things simple and modular as well, so it’s a trade-off. And I do enjoy personalizing everything with posters, landscaping, and statues.
The academic year… is here!
You’re tasked with running a university, with the aims of making students happy, getting them good grades and making money. This culminates in a management-type simulator, where I was responsible for building up my university from the ground up and then designing dormitories and classrooms to best fit the needs of my students. There are several different universities on offer, with each one being opened up after you have completed enough missions in the previous university. I have played through Freshliegh, Piazza Lanatra, Mitton University, Noblestead and Spiffinmoore, with each bringing in new courses and new student personalities. Every uni also comes with features you need to work around; Mitton was too cold for most students, so I found I had to keep installing radiators, while I had to train the Janitors at Noblestead how to fight, as a few times a year we’d be overrun with invaders. I really enjoyed how different each university felt, from the land you build on to the courses you’re introduced to, and I thought that the profession made at each uni allowed you to learn new skills and become more familiar with the game’s various mechanics. There is also a Sandbox mode you can go into instead if you want to test out your skills without needing to worry about fees and deadlines. ONE PIECE World Seeker
I tried out this mode in Creative mode, which meant I didn’t have to worry about finances and everything was already unlocked. A lot of Two Point Campus also focuses on the customisation aspect, as you need to ensure your uni is up to standards not only in terms of facilities but also attractiveness and cleanliness. To start, I had to design each university to come with the appropriate classrooms, but I also needed to factor in multiple other spaces: bathrooms, shower rooms, lecture theatres, staff rooms, dormitories, student unions, student lounges, student libraries and more. Juggling all of these spaces was interesting, and it was a great challenge learning which rooms are more vital at the start of the year and what you anticipate students will need in the long haul. Students will also have Personal Goals that they request, such as a party in the Student Union, so I found it important to have some spare money lying around to fund the event and potentially even build the room it needs to be hosted in.Once you fulfil a student’s request you gain more money from XP points, and it also improves the happiness metre overall. During my first year at Mitton University, I struggled to balance the attractiveness and warmth of my rooms, meaning that some students dropped out or refused to pay their tuition fees.
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However, once I improved the space and started running events, I found that student satisfaction started to go up. I also enjoyed the various items on offer in terms of customisation. Other than standard items you need in a classroom, such as a door or a desk, there are multiple items on offer to give spaces more personality. There are plant pots, cacti, interesting posters and vending machines that can be placed in many building areas, and trees and benches you can place outside. My item collection only grew the longer I played, as I continued to unlock or buy items, which meant that each uni I went to felt different and had a distinctive esthetic, which kept it feeling fresh. And since you are spending so much time adding in new decor and rooms, I was pleased to see how easy it was to create a new space or customise a room. I would recommend playing this on PC, as I can’t imagine a controller would give me the same dynamic movement or ability to quickly move around items. One of my biggest issues with Animal Crossings: New Horizons is how slow and painful decorating can be, so I was pleased to see how seamless and simple it was here. I did have a few occasions where an error message claimed an item was being invalidly placed for seemingly no reason, meaning I couldn’t place more items in that room. However, this didn’t happen too often and I found that deleting and rebuying the item would usually solve it. ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 4
Despite how many menus you need to keep an eye on, I never felt overwhelmed or confused. The tutorial level at the start of the game shows you how you can manage your campus and the key skills you need, and I felt that there was a natural progression. The fact you can also pause time or speed it up was ideal, as I could pause to manage a crisis and speed up when everything was going smoothly. One of the most interesting parts of Two Point Campus is the variety of Courses available. I started off with VR and Science, although as the game progressed more courses opened up. The Cooking and Knight courses were my personal favourites, as I found it entertaining to see a chef walking through the library or a Knight on their way to the shower. You also need to make sure that your courses are upgraded, which can be done after building a Research room and getting staff members to research the topics. This opens up more items for specific rooms and helps better the grades of students. During my time at Piazza Lanatra, I didn’t have the funds to build a Sweet Kitchen, which resulted in some angry students and low grades. It’s interesting to see how extra rooms and more facilities had an immediate effect, and it was really satisfying to see students suddenly getting A’s after I was able to upgrade each space.
Each Course also has its own specific aesthetic. Watch the kitchen classrooms for long enough and you see students creating massive burgers, while you can see the Knights jousting and battling each other on the campus fields. I loved to zoom out and watch my campus bustling with life, making the overall experience more engaging and as if I was watching people live out their actual lives. Other than upgrading study areas, it was also important to take the personality of students into account. The Clown trait meant that certain students enjoyed playing pranks, and you can see them taking joking falls throughout the campus. This encouraged me to purchase the Clown Trunk for the Dorms, while seeing the Goth students meant I stocked up on the Gothic Bookcase, giving me more incentives to think about what I was buying. But it’s not just the students you also need to keep an eye, as you also need to consider your staff. Building a Staff Room is the first step, but you need to make sure you have enough different staff whether that be Teachers, Assistants or Janitors. For example, you need an Assistant to run the Library or serve food and drink, Janitors to water plants and stave off intruders, and Teachers to be present in Lecture Theatres and classrooms. I found that Staff Wages were the biggest outgoing expenditure, meaning you need to be careful who you hire and how much they cost.
Add-ons (DLC):Two Point Campus
OS: Windows 7 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i3 6100 or AMD FX-4350
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce GT 1030, 2GB (Legacy: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460), AMD RX550, 2GB (Legacy: AMD Radeon HD 6850), Integrated: Intel HD Graphics 630
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 6 GB available space
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i5 6600 or AMD Ryzen 1600x
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1060, 3 GB (Legacy: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 780, 4GB) or AMD RX 580, 4 GB (Legacy: AMD R9 290X, 4GB)
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 6 GB available space
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