ART SQOOL Confirmed For Nintendo Switch, Scheduled For Launch At The End Of This Year

ART SQOOL Confirmed For Nintendo Switch, Scheduled For Launch At The End Of This Year

Need a spark of creativity in these trying times? This upcoming release on Switch might be just what you need!

RedDeer Games has confirmed that Julian Glander’s ART SQOOL will be heading to Nintendo Switch by the end of this year. The game sees players in the shoes of Froshmin – who must create all sorts of wacky art to impress his A.I. professor!

Check out the official Switch trailer below, along more details:

Julian Glander’s art school simulator that combines the exploration of the amazing world with the performance of creative tasks will arrive on the Nintendo Switch console at the end of the year.

Switch version has some new features as well. It’s been created with Nintendo’s console in mind and it makes use of the console’s touch screen and stylus – which makes painting a lot more enjoyable.

In ART SQOOL you are Froshmin, and it’s your freshman year. Create art, explore the beautiful, mysterious, sprawling campus and complete tasks given to you by the professor.

The professor is a neural network, an art-trained A.I., as well as your faculty advisor. He uses his high-tech capabilities to objectively grade your work. The campus is spread over a number of floating islands and filled with bizarrely shaped objects and bizarre plants. In addition to that, you can fly around.


  • BE CREATIVE. The professor is a really cool dude. And painting is all about having fun, so go crazy! Over 200 inspiring prompts will help you break through any creative block.
  • EXPLORE AMAZING CAMPUS. You’ve never seen anything like it.
  • RELAX. OK, there might be some challenges in the game, but it also gives the players an opportunity to unwind: you can relax to chillout music and slow tempo of the game.
  • BECOME A COLLECTOR. Find and collect cool brushes to help you in your artistic process. There are numerous extras hidden around the map, like a wiggle brush, rainbow pencil, and… a mop.