Human Fall Flat
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Developer: No Brakes Games
Content Rating: Teen
Bob is just a normal human with no superpowers, but given the right tools he can do a lot. Misuse the tools and he can do even more! The world of Human: Fall Flat features advanced physics and innovative controls that cater for a wide range of challenges. Bob’s dreams of falling are riddled with puzzles to solve and distractions to experiment with for hilarious results. The worlds may be fantastical, but the laws of physics are very real.
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Human: Fall Flat seems like the kind of game that was conceived at a party where someone asked “what would it be like to control a character who’s already drunk?” Unfortunately, the game falls a wee bit short in terms of depth and gameplay. While it does have bits of drunken fun and charm, it would be better used as a mini-game in a larger game, similar to playing the Doom mini-game in Wolfenstein. There’s some fun and experimentation to be had in Human: Fall Flat, but be prepared for the hangover that follows.
Saying that, I did greatly enjoyed my time with Human: Fall Flat. Even though the game offers little in terms of replay value apart from the co-op multiplayer mode dubbed “Father and Son”, I loved my time with it. For anyone that enjoys physics-based puzzle games in the vein of Octodad etc., then Human: Fall Flat definitely deserves a look.
Human: Fall Flat does pretty much exactly what it says on the tin, especially with other players alongside you. There'll be a lot of falling as you all scramble to try and help or hinder one another, and this is why multiplayer is a hell of a lot more fun than the single-player. Sure, you'll find entertainment in ragdolling your way around the levels solo, but nothing quite beats someone clinching onto your squishy head while you're trying to climb something.