Human Fall Flat on Android and IOS: Developer Introduces new Laboratory Level in the game. Today, global publisher 505 Games, in collaboration with Curve Games and developer No Brakes Games, announced that the hit puzzle platformer Human: Fall Flat will receive a major upgrade. Players on iOS and Android may now get a free taste of the Laboratory to upgrade.
This information comes from a press release in which the publishers and developers discuss the new levels as well as Human: Fall Flat’s general success on mobile devices.
Buler’s Laboratory is the winner of the Worldwide Workshop. Only by including it as a playable stage in Human Fall Flat could Curve Games and No Brakes Games properly honor this incredible accomplishment. Overall, the Laboratory is Human Fall Flat’s 18th level, and it will be a location where you can experiment with magnetism and electricity.
“Buler’s level is a favorite for Human Fall Flat fans on PC, so we’re beyond happy to present it to the mobile version today,” Gary Rowe, VP of Franchise at Curve Games, said of the new level and future content planned for gamers. We intend to expand No Brakes Games’ smash hit with even more fantastic free post-release content in the coming months.
Human: Fall Flat is accessible in North America, Europe, Oceania, and portions of Asia for iOS and Android. Players may find out more about the game on the App Store and Google Play.
About the Developers
505 Games, a division of Digital Bros, is a global publisher dedicated to providing a diverse range of video games for players of all ages and ability levels. On console and PC platforms, as well as mobile devices, the company publishes and distributes premium and free-to-play games.
Curve Games is an award-winning independent label that collaborates with developers all over the world to create the best interactive entertainment possible. Curve Games has established itself as one of the premier game publishers in the world, with a repertoire that includes recognized indie hits like For the King and Bomber Crew, critically praised titles like Flame in the Flood, and Autonauts and the multi-million selling smash hit Human: Fall Flat.