Human: Fall Flat
landed on Steam last week. To celebrate, No Brakes Games released a new trailer showing off all of the rubbery-limbed physics puzzling the game has to offer.
As we've mentioned before
, one key aspect of the gameplay is the fact that there are many solutions to the same puzzles, depending on how you fling your unfortunate faceless human ("Bob") into the environment.
Bob's limbs are controlled independently, which will make Octodad: Dadliest Catch
veterans happy... or make them snap their controllers in half all over again. The game encourages you to experiment. As the developers put it, "players should never wonder if they can make a solution work, but instead how they will."Human: Fall Flat
is still due to arrive on the Xbox One at some point in 2016.