True the branding is all over the place. The idea was to integrate lessons into the IDE, hence “Classroom”. The plan was to also release an amped up version of Adventuron without the Classroom monikor a little while after classroom although I have been doing so much redesign that the full version is taking longer than I anticipated, so Classroom is de-facto Adventuron until the full version arrives.
The full version will have a lot more features exposed, such as collections, traits, object-centric event handlers, as well as having a map editor / renderer, and more.
Realistically, that version of Adventuron will not be out in 2020 (traits, collections + more are baked, but the other things are half baked).
I still plan a point release for Classroom that is less ambitious either this month or next month that will attempt to fix longstanding issues in paging text / scrolling.
A per-letter “typewriter” effect is not currently supported, but could probably be adapted fairly easily from the existing per-word stagger effect. I’ll see if I can sneak that into the point release. The scrolling fixes are the high priority item.
Adventuron is far far far from perfect, but it is under active development, except for the past few weeks, in which I’ve had some high priority items in my real life to contend with.