Human: Fall Flat on mobile gets a new update with more fan-created levels

By , on March 18, 2021
Last modified 1 month ago

505 Games in partnership with No Brakes Games and Curve Digital has released a new update for its puzzle platformer Human: Fall Flat, bringing two new fan-created levels to the game’s mobile version. It is available now on both iOS and Android devices.

The two new levels are called Golf and City, and they were originally released for console and PC versions of Human: Fall Flat last year. Both of these maps were the winners of Curve Digital and No Brakes Games’ Human: Fall Flat Worldwide Workshop competition, which is a contest where modders create their own levels for the game and submit it to be considered to be officially added.

Golf, created by modder PrinceS, takes the relaxing sport of golf and makes it more exciting as you tee off using golf balls into holes littered throughout the park.
City, created by modder Gotcha, features a colourful city filled with futuristic urban features and sporting challenges. This map allows you to take part in extreme versions of bowling, archery and basketball.

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These two new maps form part of a series of ongoing updates that celebrate the playfulness of Human: Fall Flat. These updates draw on the creativity of the game’s players and offer imaginative ways to enjoy the lighthearted gameplay either alone or with friends.

For the unaware, Human: Fall Flat is a light-hearted physics puzzle game in which you multitask your way through series’ of levels while controlling the limbs and basic movement of wobbly characters. It’s a comedic game that utilises very creative scenarios to bring out the fun side in puzzle platforming. You can play it on your own or with up to three friends.

You can download Human: Fall Flat now from the iOS App Store or the Google Play for Android store. It’s a paid title costing £4.99.