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Looking to solve numerous open-ended puzzles, all whilst putting up with hilarious clumsiness and falling? Yep, Human: Fall Flat is coming!

Curve Digital and Tomas Sakalauskas have today announced that their cult PC hit, Human: Fall Flat, will be dropping onto Xbox One and PS4 this Spring. A surreal slapstick-style physics puzzler, it will release on consoles with all-new content as gamers get to experience a humorous, dreamlike world filled with rule-breaking hilarity.

In Human: Fall Flat, players will play as Bob, a guy who is trying to escape surreal dreamscapes. He will only do so with your help and it’ll be down to you to control his most basic of movements, operating his arms independently, and making it challenging to traverse this beautiful yet deadly world. Interaction with objects is key in order for you to solve the level and Bob will be able to pull stuff, push stuff, kick stuff, carry stuff, climb stuff and break stuff. And he can use stuff on other stuff to make even more stuff happen, but these actions aren’t so easy with flopping arms.

If you do manage to learn to master Bob’s movement you’ll unlock a wealth of opportunities to break the rules and beat the levels. For even more fun, players can work together as best they can to solve the puzzles in co-op mode.

“Millions of people have played or watched Human: Fall Flat and there is one thing that we can all agree upon – it’s just a really fun game,” said Tomas Sakalauskas, developer of Human: Fall Flat. “Whether you’re playing or watching, seeing Bob clumsily struggle with the most basic of physical movements makes for a side-splitting experience.”

After releasing on Steam and gathering a huge Youtube following, we can’t wait to experience Human: Fall Flat on Xbox One. We’ll be sure to remind you when that release date hits. For now though, grab a watch of the craziness in the trailer below.

 

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