No Brakes Games and Curve Digital have announced that Human: Fall Flat is running an exciting 5th Anniversary Level Design Competition to celebrate five years of wobbly physics platformer fun. You can send in entries now! Ahead of the award-winning game’s fifth birthday on the 22nd of July, the competition invites fans to dream big and submit their most imaginative level design ideas on social media in any creative medium they choose.

Participants can draw, paint, model from plasticine or building bricks, write a short description or even bake a level shaped cake (that is especially cool) – then share a high-resolution picture of their creation for the chance to win. Judges will consider entries based on the amount of imagination that went into each entry – so get creative!

The lucky winner will have their dreamscape brought to life as a real in-game level across PC and console platforms and also receive an Arctis 7 SteelSeries headset and a SteelSeries Qck+ mousepad. Two runners up will also receive their very own SteelSeries Qck+ mousepad. This is all great. The fact you get your dream composition realised as well as a headset and mousepad is cool.

How to enter the Human: Fall Flat competition

To enter, all of the following actions must be completed on Gleam via the following URL: level-comp

  1. Follow Human: Fall Flat on Twitter – HumanFallFlat
  2. Visit humanfallflat
  3. Upload an image of the level design

The competition is will run until 11 pm BST on the 12th of August. Best of luck and I hope you go absolutely wild with your designs.

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