No Brakes Games today announced the start of a Steam Greenlight campaign for their quirky physics-based puzzle game Human: Fall Flat. Human: Fall Flat is currently in the last stages of development and will receive an official release date in Q2 of 2016 if the project is Greenlit successfully.
Watch the gameplay trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Edk59BqSEU
Visit the Greenlight page: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=556443937
Human: Fall Flat puts players in the shoes of Bob, who keeps having dreams about falling. In order to find out the reason behind these dreams, he has to find his way through various surreal, floating dreamscapes by solving puzzles with nothing but his wits and physics. Bob’s dreams are riddled with puzzles to solve in as many ways as players can dream up, as well as plenty of distractions to simply mess around with. Every player will have to decide for themselves whether they will try to open the mysterious door in the distance, or if they would rather see how far they can ride that dumpster down the slope.
“The game started out as a much more straightforward puzzle game with small levels and linear puzzles,” says Tomas Sakalauskas, CEO of No Brakes Games. “As we went into playtesting, we noticed people were more drawn to doing stupid things with the environment and the objects we had strewn about. That’s when we decided to make the levels a lot bigger and stuff them with multiple solutions and more things to mess around with”
The final game will have 6 levels packed with inventive physics-based puzzles and interactive objects, with even more content planned to be released for free after launch.