If you don't play this goofy physics-puzzler, do yourself a favor and watch someone else play it.
As people passed by my desk this week, they all invariably became intrigued and stopped to ask two questions: “What game is this?” was usually first. After I repeated “Human: Fall Flat” a couple of times they’d get it.
Then, after taking a moment to thoughtfully examine the featureless, pudgy, toddler-like character stumbling around drunkenly on screen, they’d ask, “Why does your dude have a buttcrack?”
“Oh, that? I painted that on in the character editor,” I’d answer as nonchalantly as possible. They’d nod, accepting the wisdom of my actions, and hang out for a few minutes to watch me struggle through a few physics puzzles with the intentionally klutzy controls and laughing at my Chris Farley-like ineptitude before moving on, saying they’d have to check it out. And the cycle would repeat itself: Human: Fall Flat. Buttcrack. Puzzles. Repeat.
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