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Free Update Coming to Human: Fall Flat

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Curve Digital has announced that No Brakes Games’ physics-based puzzler Human: Fall Flat is receiving a free update for both the PC and Mac.

This update brings five it five hair-raising customization options, which will give players the chance to dress Bob up with the Pumpkin Head, the Skeleton and Mummy Models, the Witch Hat and hairstyle, or the Hockey Mask.

With this update, the game now supports Polish, Portuguese, Turkish, Lithuanian, Brazilian Portuguese, Ukrainian, Thai, and Indonesian languages.

According to developer Tomas Sakalauskas:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“It’s awesome that we’ve continued to support Human: Fall Flat and these Halloween customisations are something I’ve wanted to do for a while. They’ve turned out great! Most importantly, as Human: Fall Flat continues to grow and find a global audience, it’s great that we can continue to add new languages to the game making it as accessible as possible for players worldwide.”[/testimonials]

Those new to the game will be able to get 50% off from Steam and all leading PC digital stores from October 26 to November 1.

Source: Press Release
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