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505 Games and XD Network partner to bring Human: Fall Flat to China

Platform puzzle title will debut on mobile in the region as 505 acquires global mobile rights

Digital Bros subsidiary 505 Games has announced today that it has obtained the global mobile publlishing rights to No Brakes Games' Human: Fall Flat, and will be teaming up with X.D. Network Inc. to publish the game on mobile devices in China.

Curve Digital retains publishing rights to the game on consoles and PC.

"China is a fast-growing market that offers great opportunities to video game companies," said Digital Bros CEO Raffaele Galante. "Thanks to our direct presence in China, we have been able to partner up with the major actors in the industry bringing our video games in the Far East. The HFF publishing partnership with X.D. Network, among the most experienced indie game publishers in China, illustrates the commitment to the Chinese market and the Group's intention to bring successful content and unique video games to Asia."

X.D. Network has published a number of indie titles in China on its mobile platform TapTap. Some of those titles include Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, To The Moon, Gemini, ICEY, and Muse Dash. Human: Fall Flat has currently been reserved on TapTap over 2.87 million times, a record for the platform.

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