Kwalee announced that its hypercasual game, Teacher Simulator, has surpassed a whopping 100 million downloads since launching in November 2020. This showcases just how enjoyable it is for players to dive into virtual classrooms and flex their creative juices within a fun and educational setting.
Head of Development, Simon Platt, credited the game’s remarkable success to its straightforward concepts. The initial idea for Teacher Simulator was that players would use their fingers to draw and interact in the game. However, it soon evolved into an immersive simulation experience that grants players the opportunity to adopt cruel or kind roles at their own discretion.
“Teacher Simulator exemplifies the core ethos of Kwalee. Witnessing the game get four million downloads within the first month was a clear indicator of its extraordinary potential. However, hitting a 100 million milestone shows it has truly resonated with players,” Platt said.
Besides, the game has stayed true to its commitment to supporting worthy causes. Its effort to fight child food poverty with FareShare in 2021 was a real success. Kwalee’s Commercial Director, Alyson Walsh, said the team had spent an entire year to understand the importance of school-aged children receiving nutritious food.
“We are extremely grateful to Kwalee for donating 100% of UK profits from their Teacher Simulator game as children return to remote schooling. FareShare’s work helps vulnerable children access the food they need to learn, grow, and thrive,” she elaborated.
About Teacher Simulator
If you want to test your skills and become the greatest teacher in the world, this game is for you! Teacher Simulator offers the ultimate teaching experience on mobile. Choose your teacher avatar and immerse yourself in a virtual school environment. The simulation is equipped with interactive features that take you back to experiencing school drama. Prep your virtual classroom, gather digital pencils, tackle questions from your students, and expose cheaters during exams!