Human: Fall Flat is letting you perform all your disastrous dream experiments in new Laboratory level

Human: Fall Flat is letting you perform all your disastrous dream experiments in new Laboratory level

Everyone’s favourite puzzle platformer game Human Fall Flat is set to receive another level. The game’s global publisher 505 Games along with Curve Games and developer No Brakes Games has added a new Laboratory level to the popular physics-based title.

The Laboratory is the Worldwide Workshop winning stage from Buler. Curve Games and No brakes Games could truly celebrate this amazing creation only by adding it as a playable stage to Human Fall Flat. Overall, the Laboratory is the 18th level in Human Fall Flat and it will be a place to play around with magnetism and electricity.

Describing the addition of the new level and future content coming for players, Gary Rowe, VP of Franchise at Curve Games said: “Buler’s level is a favourite for Human Fall Flat fans on PC, so we’re beyond pleased to introduce it to the mobile version today. We plan to continue to grow No Brakes Games’ smash hit with even more awesome free post-release content over the next year.”

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So, put on your lab coats and eye protection sunglasses for it is time to experiment! While an actual lab would have prevented you from doing any of this, Human Fall Flat’s secret laboratory allows you to do everything that could possibly blow your lab up.

Explore the science geek inside you by wobbling around the lab, creating some hilarious and chaotic experiment using magnets and electricity, and then look at the results of the abomination you’ve just created. You and up to three of your friends can independently operate characters and flail their arms around while performing some crazy experiments. Ported from PC to mobile, the 18th level of Human Fall Flat, the Laboratory is guaranteed to add another spark to the already loved physics-based platformer.

Go crazy in the lab by downloading Human Fall Flat for $4.99 on the App Store and Google Play. The game is available in North America, Europe, Oceania and parts of Asia.

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Tanish Botadkar
Tanish Botadkar
Tanish is a freelance writer who's an absolute Marvel nerd. If he's not writing, he's probably rewatching anything related to Marvel so that he can spam his friends with theories. And if not that, he can be found gaming on his trusty PS4. While gaming is a passion for him, he also loves science and hopes to become a neuroscientist one day.