Curve Digital Announces Second Human: Fall Flat Workshop Competition

Last year saw an array of impressive designs submitted for the first-ever worldwide Human: Fall Flat Workshop Competition, which saw two winners scoop $10,000 each. Their second run looks to be just as exciting as Curve Digital announces this year's competition theme.

Human: Fall Flat is an open world, physics-based puzzle game, developed by No Brakes Games and published by Curve Digital. Controlling a customisable figure, the player is challenged to work through each puzzle to complete the levels, often with comedic results thanks to the wobbly mechanics.

In Human: Fall Flat you play as Bob, a wobbly hero who keeps dreaming about surreal places filled with puzzles in which he’s yet to find the exit. Exploration and ingenuity are key, challenge your creativity as every option is welcome!

Competition Details

The theme for this year’s Human: Fall Flat Workshop Competition is Sports Day and can be created using the Workshop tools. There are many guides online on how to use these tools, including the Human: Fall Flat Workshop group on Steam which contains lots of helpful tips for those starting out.

The competition closes at 11:00pm GMT on 1 March 2020, and will see the winner (or winners as was the case last year) scoop a massive $10,000. Information on how to enter can be found on the Steam announcement. Check out the impressive levels created by last year’s winners, Manuel Nowak (Święty Krab) and Tyler Ehninger (Gotcha), which will be released in game this year:

As well as the Human: Fall Flat Workshop Competition, the developers have also released new Chinese New Year skins, introducing Chef.

Human: Fall Flat is available on PC (Steam), Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

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