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Automate a Swarm of Office Workers to Solve Puzzles in 7 Billion Humans

Automate a Swarm of Office Workers to Solve Puzzles in 7 Billion Humans

December 6, 2018

The quirky Human Resource Machine arrived in 2016 and introduce a fun puzzle solving dynamic that also taught some of the most basic fundamentals of coding. You didn’t need to be a computer programmer to enjoy the unique gameplay. And you might have even learned something.

7 Billion Humans

And developer Experimental Gameplay Group is back with a new follow-up, 7 Billion Humans, that takes the same formula and adds even more twists.

The biggest change in the new game is the programming language. In the Human Resource Machine, the language was only executed by a single worker.

But as you might have figured out by the game’s name, the new language can be executed by a number of different workers all at the same time.

There are more than 60 levels of programming puzzles to solve in the game. Even if you are completely clueless about programming basics, the game will teach you all of the ins and outs to get started.

If you get stuck during the game, there is a hit system and the ability to skip levels to help facilitate your move up the career ladder.

7 Billion Humans is designed for the iPhone and all iPad models. It can be downloaded now on the App Store for $4.99.

The follow-up the the awesome Human Resource Machine feature more than 60 levels of unique programming puzzles.

7 Billion Humans
7 Billion Humans
Experimental Gameplay Group