Human: Fall Flat
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About this game
Developer: No Brakes Games
Content Rating: Everyone
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. Will you try to open that mysterious door, or would you rather see how far you can throw a speaker set out that window?
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Gamer Reviews51 Reviews
Human fall flat is a must have, no matter what system you play it on. With its “Wobbly physics and well designed maps, this by far is the funniest game I’ve ever played. If you play it by yourself you’ll probably just get mad. But with a friend it’s a whole different game, both of you will probably laugh until you drop, which you’ll likely be doing that since you can grab other players and literally drop them off the map lol. The only flaw is this game has less than 15 maps (at the time of this review) but each took about 1-2 hours. without messing around, maybe 25 minutes but trust me, even with amazing cooperation, there WILL be some messing around! It’s actually the most fun when your teammate(s) only goal is to stop you from completing the objectives (which are mostly fun little puzzles) overall I’d highly recommend this game to anyone looking to have a good laugh!
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Critic Reviews10 Reviews
Human Fall Flat recognises a simple truth - People falling down is hilarious, and when they're seemingly impervious to damage that's just an added guilt-free bonus. Playing as a wobbly, awkward avatar takes a lot of getting used to, and perhaps you never really get used to it at all, but the game leaves each level wide open to a variety of solutions to suit your own personal style.
Human: Fall Flat is a fun-filled experience that is best played with others. While you can pursue the journey of builder Bob alone, there’s just no comparison in sharing such an adventure with a friend. Think Snipperclips and Gang Beasts stirred in an alcoholic punch before trying your hand at parkour. This may give you an idea of the clumsy capers that await in this side-splitting unconventional little title.
Human: Fall Flat could use some more content to keep players coming back, and sometimes Bob can be more than a little frustrating. But overall I enjoyed the use of motion controls and originality when it came to the levels and gameplay.