Human Fall Flat gets a new multiplayer lobby
Human Fall Flat announces a new multiplayer lobby for Ubuntu Linux, Mac and Windows. No Brakes Games, alongside award-winning publisher Curve Digital announce this news. So the new multiplayer lobby will be added, allowing players to unlock skins. This is in exchange for returning presents. Following the hugely successful launch of Human Fall Flat’s multiplayer mode. Now players will get the holiday experience. All while brought to them through the eyes of Bob and his holiday extravaganza.
Human Fall Flat Ubuntu Linux Penguin skin:
“Bob loves going on adventures,” says George Morgan, Product Manager for Curve Digital. “And with the holiday season on our doorstep. We thought the Bob deserves the best holiday ever! Starting today, a new multiplayer lobby will be live. Which features The Totalizer. A bar that rises when players place presents on the conveyor belt. The more presents, the more skins that will unlock for all players! When it reaches the top, a surprise awaits. And it could be one of the most requested things in Human Fall Flat history.”
So Human Fall Flat is available for Linux, Ubuntu, Mac and Windows. The games also available for $14.99 USD on Steam and Humble Store. And for some reason it’s more expensive on GOG? Also, if you bought Humble Jumbo Bundle 9 you already own it.
About No Brakes Games
No Brakes Games was began in 2012. While the core team is together since 2007. Experience, talent and motivation are the key factors enabling such a small team to succeed.
About Curve Digital
Curve Digital is one of the world’s leading publishers of games on PC and consoles.
Since 2013, we’ve been working with some of the world’s best game developers to help bring their games to the widest possible audiences all over the world.
From celebrated indie hits like Thomas Was Alone, The Swapper, Dear Esther and The Flame in the Flood, through to brand new titles like Human: Fall Flat, Stikbold: A Dodgeball Adventure and Action Henk, we’re passionate about what we publish.
In July 2017 they were seen by the Develop Industry Excellence Awards as “Publishing Hero” for our recent work.