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Wibbly wobbly goodness

Human Fall Flat is a premium simulation game where players will be stumbling as the game characters move around the place like watery pancake dough. In this physics-based, 3D game, the characters look like actual dough shaped in human form, void of any clothing and facial features. 

Playing with these seemingly perpetually drunk characters is fun in itself, but wait until the need to solve puzzles finally comes! Human Fall Flat is an immersive and entertaining platforming game that will challenge players to accomplish multiple levels as they take on the most uncoordinated characters. 

Stumbling your way to success

It will be a little difficult to get used to the controls of Human Fall Flat with how unstable the characters’ movements are. In addition to that, your character’s hands are each and individually controlled by the left and right buttons. While the human-shaped doughs enjoy flailing around in the game, movement coordination will rely heavily on the player. The game’s weird physics also affects your game character’s actions. 

For instance, turning around in one swift movement might cause their noodle-like limbs to tangle, which will lead them to fall on the ground and players will have to wait for the humanoid to regroup before continuing on the task at hand. One good thing about being gummy-like is that falling from great heights and getting hit by objects will not cause the character any harm.

It does take a while to get used to controlling and directing something that moves like jelly, but you will eventually get the hang of it. Your game characters also have this weird affinity for touching and grabbing things automatically as long as they are within a reasonable range. Having a better grasp of how you will be able to control your character will make it easier to overcome obstacles.

Falling is the way out

Human: Fall Flat has different worlds that players can visit, and each one has a challenging puzzle that needs solving before the players can advance to other worlds. You will need exploration and creativity in this game as you will be experimenting with the many different possibilities that a world can offer. Your progress will also rely on trial and error in your effort to find a world’s exit. 

You will be climbing high walls, pushing objects around, collecting useless items along the way, and many more. Completing a bunch of tasks will eventually lead you to elevators and pathways that will show you where the exit is. Once you finally stumble upon the last pair of doors, you will be greeted by nothing but a cliff. Arriving at the next world requires a courageous jump over the cliff's edge. 

Expanded game world

Human Fall Flat's expansive universe now boasts an impressive roster of 25 diverse levels. Tackling these levels becomes a shared adventure with online multiplayer support for up to eight players. Additionally, personalization is taken to new heights — your characters can be outfitted in a wide array of costumes reflecting various professions. You can customize the head, torso, and legs, allowing your creativity to flow and make a character that's distinctively yours.

A deep sea escapade is also part of the game's fresh content. This Underwater level invites you and your friends to dive into a world teeming with ocean splendor. Hop on enormous jellyfish and weave through old temple ruins and a mysterious abandoned lab. Loaded with ingenious puzzles, this new world taps into unique aquatic physics, bringing a wave of unexpected turns and laughter to your underwater exploration.

A hilarious mess

Human Fall Flat is the kind of game that will make you laugh with every failed action instead of making you mad. The weird flailing of your characters is a sight to see, and in some cases, their clumsiness is relatable. If you ever get tired of playing with the same blank human doll over and over again, this game lets your creativity flow by allowing you to personalize your character. 


  • Customizable characters
  • Funny yet challenging gameplay
  • Different worlds to explore
  • No character death


  • Repetitive gameplay
  • Trial and error can get frustrating
  • Lacks movement precision
  • Few game maps

Also available in other platforms

Program available in other languages

Human Fall Flat for PC

  • Paid

  • In English
  • V 2016
  • 4.5


User reviews about Human Fall Flat

  • AlekkLOL

    by AlekkLOL

    I really like Human: Fall Flat because it has very funny things, hard to control and it's really fun. I recommend it for YouTube, Twich and more! It's More

  • keyz young

    by keyz young

    wow,this game is amazing you guys should dowlaod this game :)


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