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The Humans (Classic Game)

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      21.03.2004 21:52
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      I personally was never a huge fan of this game. Name of the Game Basically, you had three little people - humans - who you controlled around each level to solve puzzles. You could only control one human at a time and it could get confusing as to which one was which. A one player game with a platform element to it. Controls The humans were controlled by joystick, but to flick from one to another, you had to use the keyboard. I found this a bit annoying when I played it and it can be easier having someone play with you to do the keyboard bit for you. This helps a lot because in some levels you have to change humans rather quickly. The humans were quite easy to manoeuvre with the joystick and they were quite comical when they created a ladder between them! Getting the hang of picking up objects and creating a human ladder was probably the hardest part of the game. Each human had it's own special quality, so you have to decide which one to use for which job. (If you're wondering why you needed to build ladders with the men, it was to get to another platform.) Graphics Not the best in the world, but for the time they were pretty good. They were your typical bog standard cartoon style men with big hair-dos. Playablilty Not very I'm afraid in my opinion. The levels seemed to be fairly repetitive and got quite boring after a while. but if you like the old style problem solving games then you may well become addicted to it. I know my sister was. Worth a look for nosiness but don't expect too much. If you thought different of the game, please let me know.


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