In late August, first time iPhone developer vol-2 released their first game No, Human [$1.99] on the App Store. No, Human is a fun physics-based puzzle game where you harness the power of flaming asteroids to rid the universe of humanity. This clever premise is matched with loads of style and gameplay that kept me playing through the whole game in one marathon session. As I mentioned in our review, really the only down side to No, Human is that it only had 50 levels. An update which just hit the App Store mere moments ago adds an additional 30, making it even easier to recommend.

Check out the trailer if you haven't seen it before:

If you've since removed No, Human from your device, sync it back again to give these new levels a try. If you hesitated on purchasing while you waited for additional content, now is the time to slam your finger down on the "Buy Now" button if physics puzzlers are your cup of tea.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZSH34UP6R2TTHTDQ2UQIUCHGNU andrzej raczynski

    interesting :)

  • http://twitter.com/silentrocco Rocco Menzel

    Not just interesting. Awesome!

  • http://twitter.com/porsupah Porsupah

    Very good to see more added to this title! It's easily one of my iPad faves, so this won't hurt my opinion one bit.

  • EastsideStompers

    Is the music new? For some reason, I don't remember it the first time around. Such a classy game, and very good of the devs to add these levels free of charge. Hope more are on the way. I'd happily pay for them: )

  • http://twitter.com/blackboxideas Matthew Shipley

    Looks like the music is new too, very welcome it is too!
    Having tried out a couple of the new levels they seem to be more challenging which is great news.

  • Mr. Reeee

    Great Game! Fun, funny and challenging. Universal, too!
    It's nice to see such an extensive update!