Year of release: 2018, September
Genre: Puzzle, Education, Simulation, Strategy
Developer and Publisher: Tomorrow Corporation
Image format: NSP
Game Version: 1.0.1
Interface language: Russian, English [RUS / ENG / Multi 7]
Performance checked: Yes (at 6.2 Atmosphere)
Age Rating: 6+
Description for Human Resource Machine : Program tiny office workers to solve puzzles. Be a good employee! Soon cars can take away your work. Human Resource Machine is a puzzle game from the creators of World of Goo and Little Inferno. At each level you get a task from the boss. Automate the process by programming your office employee.
Do not worry if you have never dealt with programming before, it’s like solving puzzles. If you remove all the toes, units and scary braces, then programming will be simple, logical, beautiful, fun and easy to understand for everyone!
If you succeed, you will climb up the career ladder for another year of work in an office building. Congratulations! Perhaps you are an expert in programming? In this case, we have created additional tests especially for you! Have fun! The manual does not sleep.
Description for 7 Billion Humans: Automate crowds of office workers to solve puzzles inside your own parallelized computer made of people. The exciting sequel to the award-winning Human Resource Machine. Now people at times more!
More puzzles, more people, more intense convolutions – more than 60 levels – of programming tasks! 77.7777778% more levels than in Human Resource Machine.
A whole new programming language! While the Human Resource Machine language was based on assembly language and was executed by one worker, in 7 Billion Humans workers have a completely new language that is simultaneously being run by many workers.
You will be taught everything you need to know. Even useless at first glance skills can be useful!
Too hard? Now the game has hints and the option of “skipping” to facilitate climbing the career ladder.
Incomprehensible screensavers! You will be delighted and bewildered.
New soundtrack from Kyle Gabler.