Join the Human: Fall Flat Level Design Competition

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Human: Fall Flat is having its fifth anniversary this month. In celebration, everyone is invited to join the 5th Anniversary Level Design Competition, which already started but accepting entries until August 12.

The competition is straightforward since all that needs to be done is to dream big and come up with the most imaginative level design. There are different ways to go about designing the level from drawing, painting, making models from plasticine, or building bricks. Once that’s done, just take a high-resolution picture and then submit it for judging.

So what’s at stake? The lucky winner will have the level they designed added to the game. Plus, the winner also receives a SteelSeries Qck+ mousepad and Arctis 7 SteelSeries headset. The two runners-up are also getting a SteelSeries Qck+ mousepad each.

To join the competition, just go to the Gleam site here and complete the actions needed. These include:

  • Follow the official Twitter account of Human: Fall Flat.
  • Visit the game’s Facebook page.
  • Upload an image of the level design

Human: Fall Flat was initially released on PC in July 2016. After that, it was ported to different consoles in 2017. A mobile version was launched in 2019 while versions for next-gen consoles were released this year. The game can be played solo or with a maximum of eight players online.

It’s a physics puzzle game where players take on the role of a character known as Bob. Bob doesn’t have abilities and is pure human. While the standard appearance of Bob is a featureless and minimalist all-white human, players can actually customize him to meet their preferences.

The game is composed of different levels having an environment that players must navigate. These include mansions, castles, industrial locations, and even snowy mountains. There’s no one way to solve a level, and multiple routes are available. Indeed, the different puzzles motivate exploration and reward creativity.

The game has received mixed reviews with positive remarks citing replayability of puzzles, humorous animations, and excellent slapstick controls.

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