Art Sqool is an experimental simulator game for schools that combines research and a series of creative tasks to be performed by the player. The artist and creator of the game Julian Glander says: “Art Sqool talks a lot about the state of education and how art and creativity are connected and often contradict the rigid systems of our world. A switchable version of the game can also be a better option, as the new Touch Screen and stylus holder have been implemented to make the most of the Nintendo machine. Okay, there can be challenges, but it also gives players a chance to relax: you can relax with the chill out music and the slow pace of the game. You will take on the role of Froshmin, a beginner who just wants to do art, explore a strange campus and start working on the tasks your teacher gave you. It sounds a little strange that I am a fan, and I appreciate a good simulation, but as a person without artistic or creative talent, I don’t think it’s for me. A new series of trailers has been released and you can also watch a longer video with the game in our original article, just below the page. Ryan can remember the first 151 Pokémon, a feat that he calls his “party,” although he is so introverted that you’ll never find he at a party. The teacher also advises and evaluates his work and gives him grades based on his skill in each task. And painting is fun, so it drives you crazy! Over 200 inspiring challenges will help you overcome any creative blockages. For those of you who expect a real artistic learning experience, you can skip this step. At least until the creator panics, because Nintendo will not make a public statement about something new that will upset him. Update : Art Sqool is now available on Nintendo Switch. Or you can turn off your brain and enjoy drawing, exploring and listening to music.