School Days 17+

The most popular kid in class‪!‬

MDickie Limited

    • 4.1 • 2.6K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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The prison has closed down and re-opened as a school, but the challenge to survive and thrive remains the same! Live every hour of every day in real-time - from getting out of bed in the morning to attending a timetable full of classes, as you explore a city filled with interactive props. Picking up knowledge from each class helps you answer real questions in 10 different subjects, as you work towards the grades you need to graduate. But with over 100 fellow students walking the halls, an equally important popularity contest decides whether your days are filled with fun or fear.

Although the game is mostly free to play, you can upgrade to a "Private" education to remove ads and make the school your own - starting with a student of your own creation and saving your changes to all 10 classes as well as the teachers and civilians. Private students also benefit from a more continuous experience that never ends until you want it to.

In-game tutorials explain in more depth, but the basic controls are as follows:
A = Attack (on its own to kick, with a direction to punch)
G = Grapple / Throw
R = Run
P = Pick-Up / Drop (with a direction to prioritize objects, without to prioritize furniture)
T = Taunt (interact with props)

- Press ATTACK and RUN together to launch a powerful attack.
- Press any button with any direction (or none) in a grapple to trigger different moves.
- Press RUN and PICK-UP together to set fire to a small object (which can then be used to set fire to a large object).
- Touch the clock or health meter to pause the game for more options.
- Tap the speech bubbles to speed through conversations.

- If you find your device struggles to display lots of characters, considering keeping the "Population" option low.
- Head to the "Display" options to tone down other features.

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What’s New

Version 1.2.4

- Higher resolution display, making full use of notched screens in either landscape orientation.
- Enhanced compatibility with iOS 14.
- Fewer onscreen ads (only between scenes).

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
2.6K Ratings

2.6K Ratings

Ticktock Class ,

So it’s a great game but just some suggestions

So I would like for us to have more classes and interactions where we could go

Karaté, where we could change into a suit and practice and have rewards and money for when we win...and we have to beat the teacher to pass the class.
Music, where we can pick the desired instrument and master the instrument so we can pass that class.
Programming, where we have to program the computers and phones like a little mini game.
Cookery, where we could cook something with a recipe book and excel in that class.
Acting in the theater, we could try out for rolls and things like that.
Dancing, we could learn how to dance with a partner.
Horseback Riding, I see in “Wrecked” we could actually ride horses so I’m thinking you could add uniform and you know do the horse riding tactic until we master it.
Photography, where we could go around looking for any desired picture that need to taken and we sell them or etc.
Chemistry, where we could mix random potions and get random bottles
- A Love Potion

- A Focus Potion

- Etc.

Now that I look at this, it’s a lot but their just suggestions

Maybe add more map sections

In addition, to the additional classes maybe could you add places outside the school so I could know where I actually am

onlylexi ,

It’s a great game but could use improvements

It’s a really great game but I’d like to see more added things. It’d be cool if parties were added and we’d get the choice to go to party and see like the whole school there or stay home and study. The party could be held in the school and the cafeteria could be stocked with drink and food for the guests. If we chose to go, our parent(s) would give us money for the party or give their opinions on whether or not they were pleased with our decision on going. If we chose to stay home, our parent(s) would give us their opinions on whether or not they were pleased with our decision on staying home. We would get to see our dates, friends, and even teachers. I also would like to see more things and classes in the school. I’d like their to be interactive classes. For example, in cookery it’s be cool if we could cook a meal to be graded and then we are allowed to take it home to our parent(s) or trash it. I’d also like to see more home decor like double beds or bigger tv’s, couches, etc. My home always looks bland. Lastly, I’d like there be more interactions with the boyfriend/girlfriend system. As of now we can only make out with them. It’d be cool to be able to hug, maybe have them ask if it’s okay to come over, etc.

thaatscraaay ,


You will constantly get into fights and get things stolen from you. My popularity was “A*” Which is the highest you can go in that Category, but people still fight me out of no where or when I’m sleep they just start hitting me with objects and then my character dies. When you change your looks, if ONE person don’t like how you look they will speak on it and it will AUTOMATICALLY make your mind go extremely low an you lose your mind. Once you lose it you have no control over what you do and people end up asking me questions and my character answers, or my character starts fights with teachers and I end up getting expelled ( having to start the game over from the beginning) and it’s horrible. My stress went up in the game due to my character falling asleep out of no where and not being able to complete task because my character keep falling asleep or dying because my character family keeps fighting her. Its hard keeping your health up. Your character falls asleep and ends up missing class. then when you try to eat you get in trouble by the teacher. then you fall asleep in the chair which cause the teacher to fight you until you die

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