Nobrakesgames’ Newtonian Physics title ‘Human: Fall Flat’ gets the gracious Steam go-ahead


Not very long ago in a galaxy not so far away, NoBrakesGames’ breakout PC title Human: Fall Flat was in the preview stages of their prototype build. As of today, after gaining some momentum, the kooky physics games was accepted into Steam’s Greenlight program! And great news — since being selected to be put at the mercy of the tribunals, Human: Fall Flat is receiving excellent feedback from the community!

For anyone who isn’t aware, Steam, being the loving community overlord that it is, has an excellent screening/submission program to select new games and titles to become available for purchase on their site. Enter the Greenlight program. Fitting the usual bill for water at 212 degrees Fahrenheit (shout out to my chemistry homies- my chomies?), the Greenlight program allows a vast majority of ‘yea’ or ‘nae’ vote to come directly from the Steam community! Not something you see very often anymore, a gaming business/forum listening to their loyal followers and customers.

Human: Fall Flat features a cluster of creatively challenging levels with massively interact-able environments and a refreshing gameplay twist that sets the game widely apart from your standard physics games (as if that wasn’t made obvious by the flippin’ catapult in the above snapshot). While watching the trailer and browsing around at screenshots of gameplay gives you a general idea for the unique qualities behind H:FF, it is only a mere glimpse at what the game truly has to offer in terms of puzzling entertainment. As we all know in the gaming community, seeing is not believing: playing is.

If Human: Fall Flat looks like a game you’d get a kick out of, use some of that stored potential energy to head over to the Steam Greenlight page and give them an up-vote!

A previous review/preview of the prototype can be found here, and for more information about Nobrakesgames and/or Human: Fall Flat, visit their website at