Free Fall Guys versus Stumble Guys: the differences, we also go to Space

    Fall Guys has become free and probably represents the title of summer 2022 (also considering the numbers recorded in the last period), but there is a rival who is climbing the ranks: Stumble Guys. There are therefore not a few who wonder what are the differences between the two titles: the time has come to investigate the question.

    Well, Fall Guys needs little introduction: originally launched in 2020, the production of Mediatonic had already managed to attract particular attention in the summer following the release, thanks also to the inclusion in the PlayStation Plus subscription. a colorful party game that takes some inspiration from the Battle Royale genre (as well as, according to some, from Takeshi's Castle), starting the match with 60 players.

    You're probably already familiar with the progression system and match structure issues – turns out necessary to qualify for each round and as you continue, changing mini-games, fewer and fewer users pass the turn. In the end, the winner is declared. In any case, you can learn more about the title through our review of Fall Guys.

    As of July 2022, Mediatonic's title is available on the Epic Games Store (PC), PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch. Fall Guys has in fact just been removed from Steam (remember that Epic Games has acquired Mediatonic) and it is not available on mobile. Why are we investigating the platforms on which the game is present? Simple: understand well that there are "two holes": Steam and mobile devices.

    That's where it starts from story of Stumble Guys, a title that is very reminiscent of Fall Guys in terms of mechanics but which changes some aspects. Do you think that Stumble Guys is among the most popular games for Android at the time of writing (the title is also available on iPhone and iPad), but it should be noted that Stumble Guys is also among the most popular Steam titles (therefore on computers, as we explained in our guide on how to play Stumble Guys on PC).

    Put simply, the Fall Guys phenomenon seems to be dragging along Stumble Guys as well. But what's different? First of all, it must be said that Stumble Guys is a title originally designed for mobile devices (in fact, it is not available on consoles, even if it has landed on PC). This is noticeable on several fronts: for example, the number of starting players is usually 16 (we get to a maximum of 32), so there are far fewer users in the game than the 60 of Fall Guys.

    In addition to this, if the minigame quality of Fall Guys seems to be out of the question (at least in some cases), the 17 mini-games currently available on Stumble Guys in different contexts lack care and originality. Net of some obstacles that are very reminiscent of what was seen in Fall Guys, there are some mini-games in which the gameplay can be unpleasant, for example, pushing the ball or trying to catapult other users out of the map with missiles in a sort of "Capture The Flag".

    However, a good number of players are enjoying Stumble Guys, even just to have a few laughs and check out improbable mini-games like the one where you jump from one Planet to another in Space trying to manage gravity. In short, there are some minigames to vary the formula, but in general the original Fall Guys is a title with other production values ​​(just think that the Stumble Guys menu alone recalls that of another much appreciated title on mobile, i.e. Brawl Stars).

    In any case, Stumble Guys has surpassed 100 million downloads on the Play Store. The Kitka Games title is finding more space on mobile devices, given that Fall Guys is missing in that case. In short, you may want to take a look at our study on Stumble Guys, if you are interested, but here it was only right to take a look at the different natures of the titles involved.

    Free Fall Guys versus Stumble Guys: the differences, we also go to Space
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