Human: Fall Flat, the mobile version of puzzle platformer from Global video game publisher 505 Games, in partnership with Curve Digital and developer No Brakes Games have released new content.
For players on iOS and Android devices, a new update available today is delivering fan-made courses Golf and City. Released for PC and consoles in 2020, Golf and City are community- created levels from winners in Curve Digital and No Brakes Games’ Human: Fall Flat Worldwide Workshop competition in which fans submit in-game levels for cash prizes. The mobile update is available today in North America, Europe, Oceania and parts of Asia, with a release in Mainland China to be communicated soon by 505 Games’ local publishing partner, XD Inc.
● Golf – Created by community member “PrinceS,” Golf turns the relaxing sport into an exciting outing as players tee off using golf balls (or their fellow Humans) into holes scattered throughout the level. Players can clamber into golf carts, venture through the course, but must watch out for giant swinging golf clubs, spinning windmills and daring puzzles. 2020’s Worldwide Workshop competition awarded Princes $10,000 USD for use of creativity and imagination.
● City – The future is now and it’s neon. Created by 2019 Worldwide Workshop winner “Gotcha,” City is a colorful urban dreamscape filled with futuristic sporting challenges. Players can partake in extreme and hilarious versions of bowling, crossbow archery and basketball. Traverse across neon-lit skyscrapers and soar through the sky with drones in this mesmerizing level.
Golf and City are part of ongoing updates from 505 Games, Curve Digital, and No Brakes Games that embrace and enhance the celebrated playful physics of Human: Fall Flat. These post- release updates draw on the ingenuity and creativity of its community and offer players more imaginative ways to enjoy its lighthearted gameplay solo or with friends. Human: Fall Flat is a light-hearted physics-based puzzle game where players control wobbly characters in floating dreamscapes. Multitasking is key as players control Humans’ basic movement while operating arms independently, making for hilarious and creative gameplay
scenarios. Play solo or online with up to three friends and spend hours exploring playful puzzles with fellow Humans in endless escapades.
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