June 19, 2012 3:00 AM | John Polson
In 7DFPS entry First Person Tutor, players assume the role of a financially challenged teaching assistant serving an evil professor who pays off a bit of debt for every student failed. Players must snipe spelling and grammar mistakes to lower the student's grade before the timer runs out.
My favorite part of First Person Tutor may be the sadistic professor. Giving the student and F made the professor "indifferent" but giving an F- made him dance with joy. Oddly, he cackled madly at an F+, which I thought was better than an F.
As much as I like the grammatical aspect of the game, I wonder what an existential version of the same game name would be like: a tutor of being (in the first person)?