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7.5 out of 10

The Humans

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User Review

InfernalMonkey, play-asia.com
30 October 2009
  • Summary: A difficult game to recommend. While the gameplay is pretty solid, it's actually not as good as the original game from the early 90's. Lots of smaller details have been lost. But damn the graphics are just awful, it's a disgusting game to look at, and that really hurts it.
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Overall 8
8.0

Good Fun

Vanessa Adams "HamishNess", amazon.co.uk
21 May 2013
  • Summary: When I ordered this game I thought it would be more Legend of Zelda style, but once I started playing it I enjoyed it anyway. The game gets progressively harder as you move up the levels, so it does require some skill to complete. It keeps me entertained, so all things considered i'm happy with my purchase.
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Overall 8
8.0

Humans - good for all the family

Twirl, amazon.co.uk
4 December 2010
  • Summary: If you love arcarde style games with a bit of puzzle thrown in, then you should enjoy The Humans. I don't know what the pc version is like, but the DS game gets quite addictive. Its quite easy to get the feel of as the difficulty increases slightly with each level as you progress through the worlds. Some later levels need a bit of thought first as you can easily find yourself stuck without the item you need to finish : ( As I haven't finished - yet!
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Overall 8
8.0

Good adaptation of an old Amiga classic

K. A. Hubbard "Kat", amazon.co.uk
15 January 2010
  • Summary: I LOVED this game when I had my Amiga as a kid. This has been adapted really well and suits the DS platform ideally. I like that it has no stylus controls, instead being operated by the buttons, making it a nice game to play ergonomically. The first levels are nice and easy and help you to learn the controls and functions of the tools that the Humans discover. The later levels are deliciously difficult but by no means impossible.
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