Here’s What ‘Human: Fall Flat’ Would Look Like In Real Life

Human: Fall Flat is an indie physics based game that has sold 2 million copies through this past week, and if you’ve played it you probably understand why it has sold so well. The game challenges players to navigate a little white doughboy looking dude through obstacles, but the game’s physics don’t make the challenge as easy as it sounds. If you’ve ever heard of the phrase “rag doll physics” then you understand how the world of Human: Fall Flat operates, because gravity doesn’t quite behave the same way in its universe as it does in ours.

If you need to see an example of rag doll physics, or what Human: Fall Flat would look like in real life, then Nukazooka has a new gaming in real life short for you. The YouTube channel’s Ragdoll Man perfectly illustrates what life would be like in our world if gravity didn’t quite have the same force over us as it does in real life. Head on up above to check it out.


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