Human: Fall Flat Adds City Level In Latest Update, Console Players Get Something Extra

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Human: Fall Flat released a free update which introduces a City level. This new level is an urban dreamscape that’s packed with neon skyscrapers along with excellent sporting challenges. As many as eight players can take part in basketball, bowling, and even some lighthearted crossbow fun.

The latest update also offers a new experience for everyone to enjoy. For the first time ever, players can now pilot their very own drone. This should give players a chance to explore the new level in a different way.

That’s not all, as console players also get a little something extra. They get to try out the anticipated Golf level. This level was designed by none other than community creator Simon Isacsson Andersen, a.k.a. “PrinceS.” The community also knows him as the winner of the Summer Human: Fall Flat Worldwide Workshop Competition, which earned him a cool $10,000.

The Golf level offers giant clubs where players can launch themselves from one side of the level to the other. There are also multiple traps along with what are clearly gigantic contraptions. These contraptions need players to hit tiny balls into smaller holes, which must be done at just the right moment.

The game is available for the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia. A version has been released as well for Android and iOS. What makes Human: Fall Flat unique compared to other games is that it was created by a single developer named Tomas Sakalauskas. That’s right! One single person.

In terms of actual gameplay, Human: Fall Flat can be best described as a physic puzzle game. Players take on the role of a customizable human. Take note, a human. That means no superpowers or any superhuman abilities. Simply known as Bob, players can make him grab objects or even climb up ledges. While the standard appearance of Bob is featureless and minimalist, players can still customize him to their preferences.

Human: Fall Flat is open-ended, with each level having a different theme. While each level has unique puzzles, there are multiple solutions to solving them. There are also different remotes hidden in the game that give players clues in order to learn more about the gameplay and hints to solve the puzzle.

Since its release, Human: Fall Flat has sold more than five million copies.

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