New Thermal level added to Human: Fall Flat
First of two Worldwide Workshop Competition levels added for free
Ready for more hilarious nonsensical adventures with your buddies? Well, the developers of Human: Fall Flat have added a brand new level to the popular Indie game, created by a member of the community.
Thermal, which sees players throwing their 'Bobs' around a winter themed map, has been added to the game as part of the Worldwide Workshop Competition hosted by Curve Digital and No Brakes Games. This winter wonderland of obstacles, mishaps and wobbly limbs has already been downloaded by over 225K Human: Fall Flat players since its arrival on Steamworks in 2019, and now it's become one of the game’s official levels and is available to all players from the main menu.
The new community designed level will also be added to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Human: Fall Flat over the coming weeks as part of a free content update.
The Thermal map was designed by Manuel Nowak, also known as Swiety Krab, who won $10,000 in prize money as a result of being chosen. The other winner, Tyler Ehninger (Gotcha), will see his level design 'Factory' added at a later date.
"This update is the latest in a long line of free post-release content which ensures Human: Fall Flat players continue to receive meaningful additions to the game they love long after its launch" said Curve Digital on the publisher's official site.
Join the fun now and experience the new Thermal for yourself with your officially licensed Human: Fall Flat Steam PC key from Fanatical.