Human: Fall Flat Reveals Third Workshop Competition

The winner of Curve Digital’s second Human: Fall Flat Workshop competition has been announced, and a third competition revealed. With the next competition now under way, and another whopping $10,000 up for grabs, it's time to head back into Human: Fall Flat and stretch those creative muscles.

Human: Fall Flat Reveals Third Workshop Competition.

On Monday, Curve Digital announced the winner of their second Worldwide Human: Fall Flat Workshop competition, which saw Simon Isacsson Andersen, known as ‘PrinceS’, dazzle the community with their level ‘Golf’. With over 37,000 downloads, ‘Golf’ has proven to be an incredibly popular level, and will be added into the game’s main campaign on PC and console in the coming months. 

This absurdist creation features giant clubs which can launch players from one side of the level to the other, multiple traps and contraptions which require players to hit tiny balls into seemingly smaller holes at just the right moment.

Following on from the successes of the last two Workshop competitions, Curve Digital revealed that they are running a third competition, aimed at getting us back to nature. New to level building and want to have a go yourself? The Human: Fall Flat Workshop group on Steam contains many helpful guides to get you started. 

Competition Details

The new Human: Fall Flat Workshop competition was announced on Monday (27 April 2020), along with an all new theme: the Great Outdoors. 

The competition closes on Sunday 7 June 2020. The winner will scoop up the $10,000 prize, and have their level added into the main game. Details on how to enter can be found on the Steam announcement, as well as the terms and conditions. If you’re looking for inspiration, check out PrinceS’s winning level ’Golf’:

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

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