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Human: Fall Flat is now available for Android

Update, June 26, 2019 (11:50 AM ET): After months of waiting, Human: Fall Flat is available for download from the Play Store. The premium game doesn’t include any in-app purchases but does feature cloud saving. This allows users to pick up any of their Android devices and continue playing where they left off.

Click on the button below to purchase the mobile game for $4.99. Before some complain that this is too much, remember that Human: Fall Flat initially launched on Steam for $15.


Original article, February 13, 2019 (02:12 PM ET): Initially released on PC back in 2016, No Brakes Games’ Human: Fall Flat is coming to Android. That’s thanks to an agreement between Human: Fall Flat publisher Curve Digital and 505 Games, which is best known for publishing the ARMA series, Payday 2, the upcoming Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, and many more games.

Human: Fall Flat is a physics-driven puzzle game that also includes platformer elements. You play as Bob, a customizable all-white human whose standard appearance is extremely plain, save for the baseball cap. You can dress up Bob in different costumes and even paint his body in different colors.

It’s your job to have Bob grab objects and use them to clear each puzzle. The animations are intentionally goofy, so these puzzles won’t be easy to clear. The game includes hidden remotes that provide players with hints to solve the puzzles.

The game resonated with people — the initial PC release, along with the eventual console releases in 2017, propelled Human: Fall Flat through the five million sales mark.

505 Games didn’t say when the mobile version would arrive, though developer Codeglue is in charge of the port. Codeglue previously worked on the Terraria mobile ports.


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