The indie publishers 505 Games and Curve Digital are joining forces to port the PC and console blockbuster Human: Fall Flat from No Brakes Games to smartphones and tablets.


Funny, creative, successful

The hilarious and creative 3D platform puzzle game developed by No Brakes Games Human: Fall Flat* has found a large fan base on PC and console systems around the world.

“At 505 Games, we are proud to offer our friends at Curve Digital our extensive experience developing and publishing video games for mobile platforms to bring one of their greatest titles to an even wider audience. Based on our experience with Terraria and other mobile games, we know how to optimize PC and console games for touchscreen control and how to make game controls and menu navigation as intuitive as on other platforms. "

Neil Ralley, President of 505 Games.

Alone or together with friends, the players have to lead the legendary and at the same time anonymous "Bob" to the exit of the increasingly complex surroundings in an increasingly creative and fun way.

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Sometimes this leads to very idiosyncratic game scenes that can be classified somewhere between funny, surprising and insane. Human Fall Flat is just a big virtual playground.

“Curve has sold more than 5 million copies of Human: Fall Flat for PC and consoles, and we look forward to working with 505 Games on the mobile version. Your experience in marketing premium games on this platform is extremely helpful for us and the developer No Brakes Games. "

Dominic Wheatley, CEO of Curve Digital.

The mobile versions of Human: Fall Flat are currently being developed by the Dutch studio Codeglue, which was also responsible for porting Terraria to mobile platforms.


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