Adventure of Humankind: Fall of Flat is a unique and totally innovative puzzle-adventure game developed by New Matter Development Ltd. This game is an evolved version of its earlier version, which was called Adventure Of Curiosity: The Wispering Forest on the PC platform and featured an all-original storyline. In this game, the player takes control of the main character, Adam, and goes on a mission to rescue his childhood friend, Rachel from a mysterious and giant hole on Earth. The graphics and effects are done with a lot of care and creativity in order to make the whole game look and sound pretty amazing. The'scenery', the 'foreground images', the 'background images' and the 'video scenes' have all were remade to look as beautiful as possible in the mobile version and are enhanced with superior quality images and effects.
Adventure Of Humankind: Fall of Flat follows the story of a young boy, Adam, who is desperately trying to save his childhood friend, Rachel, from the grasp of a monstrous, angry bird who has taken over the topography of Earth. The graphics and effects are very nice. There are a total of seven episodes in the Android release and each episode comes with two episodes. The first episode of the Android release features the 'action puzzle' genre, while the second episode features the hidden object puzzle genre. Both the Android and PC versions feature an improved version of the 'touch screen' controls seen in the original Adventure Of Humankind: Fall of Flat. The PC version even includes the option to play Adventure Ofhumankind: Solitaire, which comes in handy if you don't want to play the adventure games with the various buttons and control schemes present in the mobile version.
The android version of the Adventure Of Humankind: Fall of Flat is almost identical with the PC version in terms of the story and the action puzzle genre. The only difference is the graphical mess that the PC version shows, but it's nothing compared to what the Android version can offer. The only complaint that I have with the PC version is its lack of an option to switch from desktop mode to mobile mode. It would have been great if there was a way to switch from portrait mode to landscape mode without having to restart the game. Overall, this game is enjoyable and worth the price that you'll pay for it.