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Join Dack—a kid who started feeling homesick before he even left home—as he puzzle-solves his way through college orientation; learns about love, friendship, and ramen noodles; and tries very hard not to get killed by his axe-wielding psychopath of a roommate.

Other top bullet points of the game include:
- Bears! Murder! …Icebreakers!
- An engrossing coming-of-age tale about blah blah blah
- Sharp dialogue written by an acclaimed humor writer!
- A crossover with the hit corporate-simulator Office DisOrders
- No Avatars or voxels—whatsoever!
- And a price tag that's cheaper than a spiral-bound notebook.
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