Indie Sensation Human: Fall Flat Lands on PC, Mac and Linux Today

Human: Fall Flat, the debut PC and console game from Tomas Sakalauskas, unlocks on PC, Mac and Linux today at 6:00pm BST / 10am PDT.

The game sees player guide Bob through a series of surreal dreamscapes, using only his dexterity and the objects he finds around him. Its mix of surreal visuals, open-ended puzzling and laugh-out-loud gameplay has seen it become a firm favourite since a protoype was launched on – but this full Steam release comes with a significant amount of extra content, gameplay refinements and a brilliant co-op mode.

Human: Fall Flat encourages repeat playthroughs thanks to its multiple solutions – often there are many ways to reach each level’s exit. Experimenting with how objects interact with Bob and the environment can lead to some genuinely inventive moments. Players should never wonder how they can, more how will they.

“It’s been quite the journey,” says Tomas Sakauskas. “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.”

Human: Fall Flat is available for PC, Mac and Linux on July 22nd, priced £11.99 / $14.99 / €14.99 (although launch discounts will be available). Console versions will be published later in the year.

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