Back in June, to recognise (and reward) the Human: Fall Flat community for the unbelievable new levels they’ve created via Unity, Curve Digital and No Brakes Games launched the Worldwide Human: Fall Flat Workshop Competition offering a staggering $10,000 prize for the creator of the best level created using Workshop tools.
The esteemed creator of said level, judged by Curve Digital and No Brakes Games to be the most innovative, exciting, challenging, or just plain mind blowing will also see their creation immortalised as an official level release for Human: Fall Flat alongside fan favourites Castle, Aztec, Dark, Steam and Ice.
To say we were overwhelmed with the quality of the entries would be an understatement. In fact, so remarkable was the quality of the Human: Fall Flat community’s work we decided one winner just wasn’t enough…
So, without further ado, we’d like to announce the TWO winners of the Worldwide Human: Fall Flat Workshop Competition EACH receiving a massive $10,000 prize and the honour of seeing their levels immortalised as official levels within Human: Fall Flat.
Our first winner is Manuel Nowak (Święty Krab) the creator of ‘Thermal.’ Our team of judges were particularly impressed with the possibilities for replayability, the fact that co-operative and online multiplayer had been considered and the overall quality of the level design and visuals of ‘Thermal.’ Incredible work Manuel.
No less impressive is the work of our second winner, Tyler Ehninger (Gotcha) the creator of ‘Factory.’ Our judging panel were delighted with the possibility for players to play through areas in an order of their choosing, the addition of Easter Egg radios to find and the consistently excellent quality of the aesthetic and play mechanics of Factory! Well done Tyler.
At this time we'd also like to thank all of the entrants for their efforts but with special mention going to the following - VodkaZombie for the wonderful Copper World, Masaicker & YurisCat for their amazing series of maps, Singularity, Singularity Playground and The End Of Singularity and to Blasphemy for the co-op puzzler, Island Resort.
Both Thermal and Factory will be headed to Human: Fall Flat via Steam, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch in early 2020 and represent just the start of our plans for yet more new free levels and free skins for the game. We will also be announcing a new, bigger and better Workshop Competition in the New Year.
Have yourselves a fantastic 2020 from everyone at Curve Digital and No Brakes Games.