Two new levels have come to No Brakes Games’s popular puzzle-platformer Human Fall Flat on mobile.
The levels, which have been available on PC since earlier this year, are called Thermal and Factory. The former is the brainchild of Manuel Nowak, and it sees you exploring snowy peaks and subterranean caverns. It’s so good that Nowak won $10,000 for designing it.
The latter was created by Tyler Ehninger, and it sees you heaving colossal machinery while crossing conveyor belts and avoiding flames. This one was the joint winner of a Curve Digital workshop competition, thanks to its liberal use of easter eggs and its imaginative aesthetic.
This double bill of new stages is the first of several planned updates drawing on the talent of the Human Fall Flat community.
In case you’ve never played it, Human Fall Flat is a physics puzzler in which you have to steer wobbly ragdoll characters through surreal stages, moving them around while operating their arms individually. There’s a solo mode and online multiplayer with up to three other players.
You can download Human Fall Flat right now on the Google Play Store.