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90
WindowsDarkstation (Aug 29, 2016)
Human: Fall Flat is the one of the most unique games that I’ve experienced in a while. Bob feels like the grandfather of crazy ragdoll physics, and maneuvering his poorly coordinated body through the puzzles of each stage is both satisfying and hilarious. Although the lack of graphical polish could be seen as a flaw in the game, I really can’t think of a person who wouldn’t enjoy this game on some level. If you're a fan of puzzle platforming or physical comedy, grab Human: Fall Flat right now.
80
Xbox OneWay Too Many Games (Jul 10, 2017)
Overall Human: Fall Flat is a very fun and unique puzzle game that requires a bit of patience to get used to the controls and physics controlled rules, but when you pull off a chain of actions and pass a puzzle perfectly or even by accident it is very rewarding. It’s charming and fun and it will have you laugh and curse in equal measure. And while some of the later levels will test you and make you want to rage quit, these frustrating moments never last long and are followed by another greatly enjoyable moment. With some decent replay value and having full co-op support, Human: Fall Flat is definitely worth the asking price.
80
WindowsDestructoid (Aug 06, 2016)
An abrupt ending that doesn't have much of a climax and some moments of fist-clenching frustration keep Human: Fall Flat from the upper echelons of puzzle gaming, but it's still something I plan on going back to with friends. Plus, it lets you draw on your character, leading to the butt you see in all of the screenshots
79
WindowsIGN (Jul 28, 2016)
Human: Fall Flat’s slapstick controls and ridiculous animation do a great job of making repeated, frustrating, and unfair failure at physics puzzles seem fun for a while. And when that fun runs out, you can extend it by bringing in a friend and drawing silly things on your goofball character. If you don’t play it, watch someone play it.
75
Xbox One4Players.de (May 12, 2017)
Ähnlich wie Octodad setzt auch Human Fall Flat auf ein ungewöhnliches, mitunter bewusst träges Kontrollprinzip, an das man sich erst einmal gewöhnen muss. Hat man sich jedoch erst einmal in die überschaubaren Bewegungs- und Interaktionsmöglichkeiten eingearbeitet, kann man sich darauf konzentrieren, die an eine geleehafte Marionette erinnernde Hauptfigur Bob durch die zahlreichen Traumwelten zu lotsen und dabei meist auf Physik fokussierte Rätsel zu lösen. Geschick im Umgang mit dem Pad ist dabei ebenso gefordert wie gutes Einschätzen der mitunter knappen Sprungsequenzen. Eingebettet in eine sparsame, aber dennoch gut auf das Rätseldesign abgestimmte Kulisse, ist allerdings schade, dass die stetig größer werdenden Umgebungen zwar Erkundungsreize bieten, diese aber in keiner Form belohnt werden.
75
PlayStation 44Players.de (May 12, 2017)
Ähnlich wie Octodad setzt auch Human Fall Flat auf ein ungewöhnliches, mitunter bewusst träges Kontrollprinzip, an das man sich erst einmal gewöhnen muss. Hat man sich jedoch erst einmal in die überschaubaren Bewegungs- und Interaktionsmöglichkeiten eingearbeitet, kann man sich darauf konzentrieren, die an eine geleehafte Marionette erinnernde Hauptfigur Bob durch die zahlreichen Traumwelten zu lotsen und dabei meist auf Physik fokussierte Rätsel zu lösen. Geschick im Umgang mit dem Pad ist dabei ebenso gefordert wie gutes Einschätzen der mitunter knappen Sprungsequenzen. Eingebettet in eine sparsame, aber dennoch gut auf das Rätseldesign abgestimmte Kulisse, ist allerdings schade, dass die stetig größer werdenden Umgebungen zwar Erkundungsreize bieten, diese aber in keiner Form belohnt werden.
74
PlayStation 4Video Chums (May 14, 2017)
Human Fall Flat could possibly be the next big goofy indie game with odd controls and it's also one of the most enjoyable cooperative physics-based puzzlers around. Just make sure your patience is in check before you Fall Flat.
70
WindowsGod is a Geek (Jul 22, 2016)
A fresh take on the physics-based video games we’re used to, but gets tied up with awkward camera angles and tricky movement.
70
WindowsTheSixthAxis (Jul 27, 2016)
Human Fall Flat is a game that’s aware of how unusual it is and builds to its own strengths. Bob’s ungainly controls work particularly well in the invitingly designed worlds that let you play around, cheat and conspire with a co-op buddy.
70
Nintendo SwitchSwitch Player (Jan 12, 2018)
If you think ragdoll physics are more amusing than annoying, then Human: Fall Flat will be one of the funniest playgrounds you can ever find on Switch. By allowing you to play with objects, mechanisms and all the physics that comes with that then you'll enjoy Human: Fall Flat's fun, if wonky experience.
50
Xbox OneTrueAchievements (May 10, 2017)
Human Fall Flat is a physics-based puzzler with a pleasant sense of humor, a cute main character, nice puzzles, and clean, inviting environs, but all of these positives bite the dust when the basic mechanic of the game makes you gnash your teeth with frustration. Controlling Bob is like trying to get ooze to stand at attention. He flips and flops around until you'll jump off a ledge just to end the pain. The items he handles flip and flop around in the much the same way. Once you get the hang of the basic controls then you can get the job done, but it isn't fun and isn't that the whole point? It isn't Bob that falls flat here so much as the game itself.