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Two Point Campus Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl After the excellent Two Point Hospital released on Switch moments before the world was rocked by a global pandemic, Two Point Studios are at it yet again with Two Point Campus. If the name hadn’t made it clear already, rather than running a hospital for money, Two Point Campus has you running a university campus… for money. Capitalism and management sims go hand-in-hand, what can you do? But does this freshman venture pass with flying colours, or is it little more than a dropout? The premise begins very simply: you have a university campus where you can build classrooms, lecture halls, dormitories, student lounges, everything prospective uni-goers might want (and need) to graduate. But the trick is less about rinsing your younglings for all the cash that they carry and kicking them out the door as quickly as possible; instead, your reputation as a university is king, and struggling, unhappy, or failing students will result in fewer applications the following academic year. This leads to lower revenue, fewer resources to make things better for future students, and the inevitable debt that comes from frantically taking loans from Smell My Cash. Many management sims rely on (or at least encourage) reactionary and exploitative tactics, but with Campus that’s the polar opposite of what you want to be doing. You can cram your students into overcrowded dorms, give them the smallest possible robot-building room that the game will allow Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES
And a student lounge where the best bet for entertainment is to stake out a good spot at the staring window, but you’ll not do well from it. Short term you’ll have more money, absolutely, but unhappy students may drop out, and as stated above, a poor reputation will absolutely kill your university. There’s no other way to describe this gameplay loop than… strangely wholesome, and we’re completely smitten with it. Another huge part of making students happy is giving them the means to create and maintain relationships. Sharing dorms, having a chat over an age-appropriate milkshake in the student union, or competing in a friendly game of darts — it’s all important to any student’s well-being. Who knows? A few friendships may even become romantic, leading to them sneaking away and jumping up and down on a special bed. That’s not a joke, by the way, there is literally a special bed that lovers will jump on. Fully clothed. Money is important to expand and build what students need to complete assignments and classes, but there’s not a huge incentive to amass as much cash as you can, because happy, developing students will bring in more than enough to keep things afloat. There is a flip-side, however, and that’s that whenever you do need to expand, you’d best be sitting down when the bill comes in. Many of the rooms you have to build in the game are huge.
New and familiar
You’ll have a job to find space just to fit them into a campus building at their minimum size, but sticking to that minimum is also shooting yourself in the foot. Students will often require additional machinery or other objects to complete assignments; oftentimes they’re pretty chuffing large, and they need to be placed in one of their appropriate classrooms. Making a room a little larger than it needs to be certainly stings at first, but when you can simply plonk a piece of artillery down without a thought, you’ll be pleased you had that particular foresight. Even if you do run out of space there’s another little wrinkle that can help you out of a tight spot. If your campus building is too small but you have bags of outdoor space, you can simply expand it further, or build an entirely new building if you’ve got the land to do so. Don’t be too eager to turn an entire plot into a concrete jungle though, as many courses require arenas and similar to be exposed to the elements; you just can’t fit a Cheeseball pitch indoors, everyone knows that. You can also utilise the great outdoors for supplementary income streams, such as coffee kiosks, ramen stands, and also (although completely profitless) student clubs. These give bonuses to any student who joins, such as the ability to regain energy by taking a power nap whilst standing and waiting for their next class, walking faster, or even taking the initiative to clean up the university of litter themselves (in the nuddy). Whilst a lot of this may seem optional at first it really isn’t. Euro Truck Simulator 2 PC
Students will actively request certain things, and if they don’t get them, their grades can slip, your reputation may take a hit, and the cosmic ballet goes on. If this sounds all a little bit too easy for a management sim nut, well, at first it probably is. It’s quite forgiving and, provided you do everything you’re supposed to do, you likely won’t hit any major roadblocks for the first few universities you create. Things do gradually increase in difficulty, but it never drops you in too deep or expects you to grasp mechanics that the game hasn’t explained. Challenge isn’t absent, but it’s not abundant either. You’ll definitely be sweating a bit more with some later examples (and if the DLC in Hospital is anything to go by, the inevitable extra content in Campus will have us weeping), but this is overall a more easy-going time. The main challenge comes from perfecting and truly excelling rather than simply reaching one, two, or three stars. If that still isn’t enough to sate your masochistic tendencies, Sandbox mode’s ‘Challenge’ option will leave you crying yourself to sleep. Still not enough? The ‘Custom’ option will let you adjust every detail of your mad idea of fun. Want to earn only a tenth of what you’d normally earn and start with barely enough to build a lecture hall? Have at it. Whereas Hospital was all about micromanagement, Campus boldly leans away from the ‘micro’ part.
Different campuses different experiences
Staff are substantially more competent, students will get on with their assignments if the resources are there, and janitors will actually water the damned plants. It feels less like you’re corralling a colony of children and more like you’re actually able to delegate to intelligent individuals who can handle themselves. And of course, the humour and unique presentation that permeated Hospital is back by the barrel load, and it’s better than ever. The bold, vibrant visuals, the charismatic DJs chattering away on Two Point Radio, the endless subtle references to other popular media that you’ll only spot if you really know the source material, or the toe-tappingly tremendous soundtrack that makes you feel like you’re in the best lift in the world, it’s all excellent.Performance is another matter though. Whilst from a technical standpoint it’s incredible that the game is running as well as it does on a console like Nintendo’s hybrid, it can’t be ignored that when things get busy, the frame rate takes a noticeable hit. As it’s a management sim, it doesn’t really affect gameplay, but it did occasionally cause us to select the incorrect item in a menu or pick the wrong item in a room; not to mention it’s a bit hard on the eyes. The campuses can get large enough to mitigate this somewhat, spreading students out rather than them running in and out of a central hub, and the earlier stages of a campus’ life run perfectly well Evil Genius 2 World Domination
But it’s still something we know the developers are keen to improve. We did also run into a crash whilst playing. Thankfully the game autosaves fairly frequently and effectively, so we didn’t lose much progress at all, but we felt it was important to let you all know. Two Point Campus is just such a comforting, familiar experience. Coming after Two Point Hospital, which itself was a love letter and spiritual successor to Bullfrog’s Theme Hospital, there’s a familiar tone and pace to proceedings. If you’ve played one of those games before, you know what you’re getting here. But don’t be fooled into thinking that this is exactly the same as what has gone before. The new university setting has allowed Two Point Studios to think differently about gameplay so it feels enough of its own game without losing the charm. And the result is an enjoyable and recognisable experience. This time around you’re responsible for getting numerous fledgling educational establishments off the ground. You run an array of courses from your university, and attract students who pay tuition fees for the privilege of attending. The better your students perform, the more XP they earn to level up in their chosen course. That XP then earns you additional funds to enable further university expansion. As such, you need to attract a lot of students and make sure they are performing well to keep your finances in the black.
Make your students happy
They have thoughts and feelings too, and nurturing these is also crucial to their grades, and therefore your coffers. As with Two Point Hospital they’ll care about their basic needs like food, drink, going to the loo, and how hot or cold they are. They’ll also react more positively if the place is clean, there’s entertainment on hand, or if the university itself looks more attractive. On top of that, Two Point Campus also introduces relationships. Students can make friends and even deeper relationships with peers and the more they do this, the happier they are and the better they do in class. They will meet and greet each other naturally, but the more two-person fixtures there are in the university, the more likely these relationships are to blossom. But don’t be fooled into thinking Happiness is just an optional “nice to have” in Two Point Campus. It feels much more integrated into the whole gameplay loop than in Two Point Hospital. Sure, patients that were sad might have left or their illness might deteriorate quicker, but in Two Point Campus it really affects your ability to succeed. Unhappy students will fail, won’t earn you money and you’ll end up spiraling downwards quickly. It elevates your student wellbeing to a top priority and that makes it more interesting and wholesome when you see each student wandering around what you’ve built and succeeding. Exo One
Seeing them happily react to a new club you’ve set up or rush to the latest event you’ve laid on in the Student Union often elicits a smile. Another aspect that seems more wholly integrated is Kudosh. As with Two Point Hospital, this second currency is used to unlock a whole host of additional fixtures and fittings to adorn your university with. Many of these come with benefits like increasing how attractive the place looks etc. However, previously it was more down to your personal choice, this time your students will often ask you for specific items. Not only on a whim though, many will be critical to helping them complete an assignment, which boosts their ability and XP. Therefore Kudosh spend is less about what you would like to see in your university, but what your students actually need. It’s a neat pivot that just brings another aspect together nicely into the experience. The game offers you twelve different campus levels to work your way through. And the pleasing thing is, these feel more unique than they did in Two Point Hospital. Firstly you have various different courses on offer akin to the setting, so expect Wizardry at the Hogwarts-like Spiffinmore school, while Archaeology will be the main focus at Pebberly Ruins. Additionally though, these levels feel different to play each time. At Pebberly Ruins for example, you have lower funds, and dig up relics throughout the course
Which you can sell for quick money or to keep in the grounds to increase the attractiveness of your campus. The Fluffborough campus, however, focuses on sports, and your progression is dependent on having a winning Cheeseball team. It makes the levels themselves more standout, unique experiences, and lessens the natural repetitive loop of these games somewhat. As you might expect, there is a lot to consider and juggle at any one point. Thankfully the tutorial levels and on-hand advice guides your attention to where it is needed most. As in Two Point Hospital, more and more considerations are introduced throughout the levels, but in a well-paced way so it never quite overwhelms outside of the intended challenge. The intuitive menu system also provides a whole host of additional information and options, for those who want to know the finer details and micromanage. You can cater your control accordingly, which alongside the familiar speed controls allows you to step back or get into the details depending on your situation. In terms of challenge, Two Point Campus balances it quite well. Despite the multiple spinning plates, most people will find the levels fairly accessible to achieve the 1-star rating needed to progress to the next campus. However the challenge significantly ramps up as you move to the 3-star challenges, requiring a true mastery of the nuance of each level to succeed without failing or getting stuck in a loop of perpetual non-progress.
Add-ons (DLC):Two Point Campus Switch NSP
OS: 64-bit Windows 10 or MacOS 10.15: Catalina (Jazz)
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 or AMD Ryzen 3 3600
Memory: 12 GB
Graphics Card: RTX 2080S/RTX 3070 or AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT
VRAM: 8 GB
Storage: SDD (2.3 GB)
INPUT: Nintendo Switch Joy con, Keyboard and Mouse, Xbox or PlayStation controllers
ONLINE REQUIREMENTS: Internet connection required for updates or multiplayer mode.
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
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