Indie publisher Curve Digital and developer No Brakes Games announced that their indie game, Human: Fall Flat, comes out today on Steam. The game is a physics-based puzzle indie set in floating dreamscapes. Human: Fall Flat's gameplay is very funny and laughable. The quirky physics makes sure that you do burst into laughter. Here, check this trailer released by Curve Digital to highlight the co-op mode and commemorate today’s launch:
“It’s been quite the journey,” said Tomas Sakauskas from No Brakes Games. “From an idea, to a test level, to a prototype, to close to 30 million YouTube hits to date, and now the final release, it’s been an unbelievably wild ride. I’m so excited to see people discover new ways for Bob to complete his journey.”
In Human: Fall Flat, the player must guide Bob through a series of surreal dreamscapes using only Bob’s limited dexterity and the objects around him. By operating Bob’s limbs independently, players must traverse wrecked trainyards, clamber over cavernous wastelands and lay siege to fairy-tale castles, all in the pursuit of… whatever it is Bob is seeking.
The game encourages repeat playthroughs, as there are often many ways to overcome obstacles and reach each level’s exit. Experimenting with the way Bob interacts with various objects and environments can lead to some genuinely inventive moments—players should never wonder if they can make a solution work, but instead how they will.
Human: Fall Flat is now available for Windows PC, Mac and Linux via Steam for $14.99. Console versions are currently in development and are planned to become available later this year.