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Jul 5, 2011 | 10:38 AM EDT
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A Little on the Side 5 Points Complete a side-mission
Antiquist 5 Points Inspect Stouffer's painting
Bustin' For a Crap! 5 Points Take a shit
Education, Education, Education 5 Points Go to a lesson
Flower Fun 5 Points Water your plant
Hello, Hammy 5 Points Say Hello to Hammy the Hamster
Lazy Bones 5 Points Take a nap in the day
Lock Picker 5 Points Pick a lock successfully
Tele Addict 5 Points Watch TV
Too Much Fud 5 Points Be sick
Completionist (1) 10 Points Complete 3 of the Main Missions
Piggy Love (1) 10 Points Collect 10 Piggymon Cards
Stylish Prat 10 Points Wear a different costume
Super Drinker 10 Points Drink all 3 types of drink
Super Eater 10 Points Eat all 4 types of meal
Book Worm 25 Points Read every book
Completionist (2) 25 Points Complete 7 of the Main Missions
Facebook Stalker 25 Points Read all pupil profiles
Piggy Love (2) 25 Points Collect 25 Piggymon cards
Completionist (3) 50 Points Complete the game
NERD! 50 Points Attend every lesson
Piggy Love (3) 50 Points Collect all 50 Piggymon cards
Socialism 50 Points Talk to everybody
Well and Truly Done 100 Points 100% completion

Author Comments

Wasted Youth, Part 1 takes place behind the walls of St. Frosts Academy - a school for slackers, troublemakers and idiots.
At first everything seems normal, but soon, children start to go missing...

Features: 16 main story missions, 13 side missions, 20 lessons to attend, 60 rooms to explore, 50 collectable trading cards to find, 60 achievements to complete, over 30 unlockable extras, and much much more...

Please be patient with the loading, the game file is over 10 megs so it might take a small while depending on your connection.

Arrows / WASD - Movement
Shift - Walk/Run (auto-run now on by default)
Space - Interact / Talk / Advance conversation
P - Pause Menu
Mouse is used for menus, dialogue box & other interfaces
Change auto-run & text speed options in the options menu.
You can also unlock double-speed after earning 10 achievements. (doesn't take long)
This can be toggled on in the Game Mod section of the options menu.

For those using Internet Explorer having trouble moving (delayed keyboard reactions / sticky keys), please try the game in Chrome or Firefox. Otherwise, try the following fix:
Click Tools -> Internet Options -> Security tab -> uncheck protected mode.
Or if you don't want decreased security, try the alternative fix posted here: /forums/7-technical-suppo rt/topics/67250-fix-for-k eys-sticking-in-games-in-
This seems to be a specific known issue with Internet Explorer with intensive flash games. You won't lose your progress by switching browsers.
We are aware that some people are having lag issues.
Please make use of the quality options and we'll be working on improving performance as much as we can.
The game runs better in Chrome and Firefox, so if you have them, try that in the meantime. You won't lose your progress by switching.
We apologise to those of you who think the translations are bad.
It was never made to be translated into 4 other languages, but it was a requirement from our sponsor.
We did not use Google Translate, we used a company used by our sponsor.
I only speak English, so I could never have known the quality of the translations. Please don't downrate the game because of this.
If you speak good English, I recommend you just stick with English.



Rated 5 / 5 stars June 3, 2012

Awesome game with an awesome ending.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 3, 2012

Remind me about Bully: Scholarship Edition.
Great game.


Rated 2 / 5 stars May 29, 2012

excellent timewaster, terrible game.

i'm putting everything in context of the sheer size of the game and the time it took to complete. the story was weak, the characters were weak, the computer concept was useless (the save feature was introduced early on, but i found out that it autosaved anyway after i already finished all the main missions), the party minigames (which had no consequence) were impossible because of the lag (i was using low quality).

the only reasons i played were: i had nothing better to do than sleep, for the achievements, and it had a high rating. a lot of reviews compare wasted youth to bully, and i agree that the atmosphere set is similar -- but bully was fun, 3d, and not constricted by flash. your character in bully does what he wants; the character in wasted youth does what everyone else wants.

i didn't notice the mission marker on the map or minimap until i looked at the walkthrough (for mission 5), by which time i had taken all the classes simply because i didn't know how to activate the next mission.

the "shocking end" wasn't as shocking as it was out of place. in a game where the main goal is to solve petty problems and collect guinea pig cards, the whole "students disappearing lol don't call the cops" was an afterthought.

there were a ridiculous amount of bonus content/extras, but most of them were superficial stuff like character skins. there were "concept art sketches" which didn't look any better than the final product and emails between the developer and script writer brothers which were mindnumbingly pointless. you unlock the first email maybe a half-hour or so into the game.

the best part was the gp studios animation at the beginning. if you want to kill an entire day doing absolutely nothing productive and not feel good about it, play this.


Rated 5 / 5 stars May 29, 2012

100% completion, fucking great game with a shocking end, can't wait for part 2.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars May 27, 2012

i love this cant wait for part two