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  • Summary: 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. Automate swarms of office workers to solve puzzles inside your very own parallel computer made of people. A thrillingAutomate 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. 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.
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  1. Nov 16, 2018
    90
    The game repeats practically everything of its predecessor. However, the critique of corporatism is so great and unique that it deserves to be played for the second time with new levels.
  2. 85
    Just like Human Resource Machine before it, 7 Billion Humans is one of the finest puzzle games I’ve ever played. A game based around programming logic runs the risk of being too complicated for its own good, but Tomorrow Corporation has fine-tuned the difficulty curve perfectly. Scrolling through a program and finding the exact command that needs to changed to carry out the exact right action is as fun as it can possibly be and with over 60 unique puzzles I doubt I’ll be putting it down anytime soon.
  3. Oct 31, 2018
    70
    We thoroughly enjoyed our illustrious career in data manipulation – if you’ve got the head for it (or if you’ve ever enjoyed an episode of Silicon Valley), 7 Billion Humans is as perfect an introduction to programming as you could hope for. It gives the layman an appreciation of clean, efficient code, and the writing will keep more savvy players entertained for the duration. It offers more puzzling variety than its predecessor, but if your brain simply isn’t wired that way, you won’t like it any better. If that’s the case, we’d recommend sitting this one out and crossing your fingers that Tomorrow Corporation have something less esoteric in the pipeline.
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  1. Oct 27, 2018
    8
    I loved Human Resource Machine, but then again I liked programming in school and I like puzzles... 7 Billion Humans isn't as good, but it'sI loved Human Resource Machine, but then again I liked programming in school and I like puzzles... 7 Billion Humans isn't as good, but it's certainly not bad. The sequel moves away from more maths based programming to asset based programming, but the puzzles aren't quite as well designed.

    Placing things in the right position using the touchscreen with your finger is more difficult than HRM because the coding is more complicated. Some of the things you need to touch are tiny... Having said that, they've fixed some minor glitches from the previous game so it sort of balances itself out.

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