Tomorrow Corporation had earlier announced at the start of the year that they would be releasing 7 Billion Humans on the Nintendo Switch. The game is set to be released next week on October 25 and will be $14.99 on the Nintendo Eshop.
The game is a sequel to the critically-acclaimed human Resource Machine, and is set in a world where robots have put 7 billion people to work. To solve this issue of mass unemployment, all the humans of the world are thrown into a massive building, where you as a player will automate them n order to solve puzzles. The game will also feature more than 60 levels for you to complete.
A new gameplay video for the game on the Switch has been shown by a YouTube Channel called Nintendo Hall. Take a look at the first 16 minute gameplay of 7 Billion Humans and how it will look on the Nintendo Switch.
Automate swarms of office workers to solve puzzles inside your very own parallel computer made of people. A thrilling followup to the award winning Human Resource Machine. Now with more humans!
7 Billion Humans – Key Features
- More puzzles, more humans, more rippling brain muscles – over 60-plus levels of programming puzzles! 77.777778% more levels than Human Resource Machine.
- A whole new programming language to enjoy! Where Human Resource Machine was based on
- Assembly and executed by a single worker, 7 Billion Humans has an all new language that lots of workers can all execute at the same time.
- You’ll be taught everything you need to know. Even useless skills can be put to work!
- Feeling stressed out? There are now friendly hint and “skip” systems to facilitate your career’s ascent.
- Available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch, Korean, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, and Russian. With more languages on the way!
- Incomprehensible cutscenes! You will be delighted and bewildered.
- Includes a new soundtrack by Kyle Gabler.
- From the creators of Human Resource Machine, Little Inferno, and World of Goo.
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