Is Fall Guys On Mobile Devices? – Apple, Android, Tablets

Fall Guys is such an incredibly simple game. 60 players dropped into one of the silliest battle royales around, complete with character customization. Currently available on PS4 and PC, many players have been left wondering if Fall Guys will ever come to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. (The answer is hopefully, yes) But now there are videos going around showing Fall Guys running on mobile devices like phones and tablets. Are these videos real? Specifically folks are mentioning a website called FallGuysMobile that claims to be able to get it working. Here’s a quick explanation.

Is Fall Guys on Mobile?

No. As we just said, Fall Guys is only available on PlayStation 4 and PC right now. It is not on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, or any mobile devices. Try as you might and search all you want on the Google Play and Apple Stores, any lookalike games are simply knockoffs.

The Fall Guys Twitter account confirms this.

Fall Guys is only available on PC & PS4

If you see any ads for a mobile version they are scams

a) They’re literally playing a video and pretending to play it
b) There’s literally a mouse cursor on the screen
c) I don’t want to live on this planet anymore
d) Yeet me into the sun

Where Can I Get Fall Guys Updates?

As we mentioned, you can follow the official Fall Guys Twitter account which shares updates and comments on server related problems.

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What is Fall Guys?

For the unfamiliar, Fall Guys is a 60 player multiplayer game where you compete against other users in a series of different mini-games. Each mini-game weeds out several players until a handful of users remain who are tasked with fighting for the golden crown. These mini-games span a wide range from obstacle courses to team games where players have to grab tails off the backsides of fellow jellybeans. Another mini-game tasks players with surviving a floor that constantly breaks apart, which can lead to some truly harrowing moments. Users can only jump, dive, or grab onto ledges/other players, which means there is some level of randomness to whether you make it to the next mini-game.

While this can be seen as frustrating, there’s something hilarious about watching 40ish players all try to squeeze through a tiny door at the same time. This game heavily relies on loose ragdoll physics, so expect your personal jellybean is sent flying into the air after colliding with a fan. There are no other mechanics outside of the ones introduced in the mini-games, along with no story component. Players can also earn experience and earn various cosmetic rewards such as different colors, patterns, and even costumes for your character. Also, the game is going to be free on PS4, so really don’t have an excuse not to try it, right?

Now get back to grinding for Dubs!