Connecting to Host is a co-operative and multiplayer gaming podcast. As friends who now live a thousand miles apart, John and Ben let loose their strong opinions about co-op and online gaming. In a typical episode we review a game from a purely co-op perspective but we often do specials to discuss other gaming news or other topics about the bigger picture of multiplayer gaming.
Episode 35. Human: Fall Flat
Human: Fall Flat is an open-ended physics-based game riddled with puzzles in a highly interactive environment. While John and Ben don’t really need any help to look stupid, we’re certain that was one of the major design goals of this game as we hilariously struggled to flail, wobble, stumble and jump our way through a number of puzzles in floating dreamscapes. After failing to RTFM we had a lot of hilarious fun trying to catapult each other around the various maps and environments.
Join us in our latest episode as we talk through our experiences with Human: Fall Flat. Ben went into this game with an incredibly open-mind - “it looks shit, but I guess we can give it a shot”. Find out whether it lived up to the expectations or exceeded them!
Human: Fall Flat is available on Steam, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch and now supports local co-op and online multiplayer. When playing online, you can get together with up to 7 of your friends as you try to work your way through this sandbox-esque physics-based puzzle game.