After a year on PC, Let’s School is coming to consoles. The sim management game is launching on PlayStation, Switch, and Xbox digital stores on July 16 ($19.99). Physical versions will arrive at retail later this year.

From the developers of My Time at Sandrock, Let’s School is a sim management game where players take on the role of head principal (and school board, and perhaps city council).

Players can construct and design their school from the ground up, customizing rooms, cafeterias, and other layouts. Hire teachers and other staff, set the curriculum, nurture after-school programs, and designate an official school logo.

Successful schools satisfy individual student needs and expands their passions while meeting educational standards. And sometimes have to deal with the occasional wacky frog outbreak.

Let’s School features an objective-based career mode with scenarios, missions, and side objectives. There’s also an unlimited sandbox mode if you’d rather play around with all the tools and systems.

The console version is optimized for a controller with gameplay tweaks and a new UI, as well as a year’s worth of patches and updates.

Let’s School has been successful on Steam, achieving an impressive 92% overall rating among Steam users. A free demo is also available. It’s rated E for Everyone.

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