The Dino Dudes Live Again in “QUByte Classics – The Humans” Coming Soon to Consoles

QUByte Interactive has announced that the classic puzzle adventure game The Humans is returning this February as QUByte Classics – The Humans for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbone and SeXbox.

Developed by PIKO Interactive, QUByte Classics – The Humans three games from The Humans series: the SEGA Genesis, Game Boy and PC versions (what- no Atari Jaguar version?!).

Here’s the official breakdown of QUByte Classics – The Humans from QUByte, followed by the latest trailer:

QUByte Classics – The Humans by PIKO brings three games of the classic series The Humans; the PC version, the gameboy version and the classic Mega Drive/Genesis version, which is one of the first games of his time to present cooperation within characters to achieve the objectives and make sure your tribe will be alive at the end of the day.

The player controls a group of humans and may switch between any human at any time, in order to complete a level, it is often necessary to use certain tools or abilities, such as stacking to reach a high ledge. For example, the spear, a tool obtained in the first level of the game, may be thrown across gaps to other humans, used to jump, thrown to kill dinosaurs or other enemies.

Game Features

• Unique retro soundtrack

• Filters and save n load system

• Unique gameplay

• Retro graphics

• Variety of harder challenges

QUByte Classics – The Humans launches on Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbone and SeXbox on 3 February for $7.99. If you act quickly, you’ll be able to snag a 25% launch discount on the Nintendo eShop.

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