I Am Human! is an intelligence gathering bluffing party game where one of the players is a disguised alien impostor that has infiltrated the group of humans for an upcoming alien invasion of Earth. Players take turns interrogating each other to try and unmask who among them is the alien impostor.
All Reviews:
Mostly Positive (11) - 72% of the 11 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Aug 6, 2021

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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“This game is in Open Beta in order for us to collect and evaluate as much data and feedback from players as possible before an official release!

Please try out the game and tell us your (bad) experience so we can improve the game!”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“A couple of months.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“We currently don't expect any large difference between Early Access and the Full Release.

From what we currently planned, we will continue to do UI & UX improvements throughout the game (aka making things more pretty and easier to use based on user feedback).

Also since we are releasing it first as Early Access, it gives us the opportunity to start testing and improving network and server performance going forward, as well testing to make sure our game client can handle different Windows versions.

The Early Access will also only be released in English, but during the Early Access period we want to roll out localization for German, Swedish, Spanish, French, Italian, Korean, Russian & Chinese and collect localization feedback from our users for the Full Release.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“Open Beta, meaning it is almost done!

All features described under "About This" section is implemented, so the game will be fully playable with friends at the release of Early Access!

We will however, during the Early Access period, continue to improve on the UI & UX and perform and monitor technical tests regarding network and game client, to make sure the game is playable to as many people as possible.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“Yes. During Early Access (aka Open Beta) the game will be free until the full release.

After the Early Access, we will increase price. We are fully aware that this is not a triple A title, so our plan is to make this party game as affordable as possible for everyone in all regions!”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“Throughout the Early Access period, the game will be free to download and play!

We want to do this because of two reasons;
- We acknowledge the game is in Early Access and the could have breaking bugs we have not found ourselves
- We want as many people as possible to try out the game and give us feedback, so we can really polish the game up!

In order to collect as much feedback as possible we will be using these channels:
- There will be an in-game bug & feedback tool, so if you see something broken or simply just want to give feedback on it, you can simply use that tool.
- We will make use of the Steam discussion forums by releasing update information but also encourage people to give their feedback there
- We also have a Twitter, but also support email for those who rather want to use those platforms”
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Important information about multiplaying

Please note that this game does not currently have an online match making, meaning a predefined group of players is required to play the game!

It is also highly recommended that the group of players use an external voice service (such as Discord, Skype, TeamSpeak, Ventrilo, etc) during game play!

The game supports between 3 to 10 players. Internet connection required.

About This Game

I Am Human! is an intelligence gathering bluffing party game where one of the players is an impostor - a disguised alien that has infiltrated the group of humans in order to gather information for an upcoming alien invasion of Earth.

A race to stop the invasion has now started. To save Earth, all that the humans need to do is simply interrogate each other in order to determine who among them is the impostor - that is, before the alien is given the chance to successfully blend in with society never to be seen again.

I Am Human! is a party game suitable for 3 to 10 players with the goal to interrogate each other through questions in order to reveal who among them is an alien impostor - or skillfully evade these questions to win as the impostor.

Here’s how it works

At the beginning of the game one of the players is randomly chosen as the alien impostor - the rest are considered humans. What role you were randomly given (the impostor or a human) is only known to you and thus a secret to all other players. Since there is only one impostor in the group of players, the impostor will naturally know that all other players are humans. However, each human player does not know whether any other player is a fellow human or actually the impostor.

At the beginning of each game, a random secret “scenario” is also chosen which is also currently taking place. Possible scenarios could be, for example, at a hospital, a kid’s birthday party, or at a nuclear power plant. Each human player is told what the secret scenario is, while the scenario is kept hidden from the impostor. This means that all human players know that they might be, for example, at a hospital, but the impostor does not know the current scenario.

The impostor and the group of humans now have their very own win conditions. The goal of the impostor is to try and figure out which scenario the players are in, while the group of humans need to figure out who among them is the impostor. If the impostor correctly figures out the current scenario, they win. If the group of humans manages to identify the impostor correctly, they win.

Each player takes turns in selecting another player for interrogation and asks them a question. If the player asking the question is a human, they need to carefully phrase it to try and figure out whether the other player is a fellow human, and thus also knows the current scenario, or the impostor - without revealing too much information to prevent the impostor from identifying the current scenario. Likewise, the impostor needs to ask skillfully crafted questions to figure out the current scenario, without revealing to the rest of the group that they do not know about it since they are the impostor.

At any time during the game, the impostor can guess the current scenario. If they successfully guessed the right scenario, they won, otherwise they would lose and the humans win. Also, at any given time, any player (human, and even the impostor themselves) can accuse another player of being an impostor and a vote starts where the majority of players needs to agree on accusing the player. If the accused player was the impostor, the humans win. However, if the accused player was an innocent human, the impostor wins.

So, do you think you are clever enough to uncover the impostor hiding among your group, or are you sneaky and cunning enough to figure out the current scenario without exposing yourself as the impostor? Let’s see!

System Requirements

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

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