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!


- More puzzles, more humans, more rippling brain muscles - over 60+ levels of programming puzzles! 77.777778% more levels than Human Resource Machine.

- A whole new programming language to enjoy! Where Human Resource Machine was based on Assembly and executed by a single worker, 7 Billion Humans has an all new language that lots of workers can all execute at the same time.

- You'll be taught everything you need to know. Even useless skills can be put to work!

- Feeling stressed out? There are now friendly hint and "skip" systems to facilitate your career's ascent.

- Available in English, French, Italian, German, Dutch, Spanish, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Russian. And possibly more languages on the way!

- Incomprehensible cutscenes! You will be delighted and bewildered.

- From the creators of Human Resource Machine, Little Inferno, and World of Goo.

What’s New

Version 1.0.3

Saves code after the PLAY button is pressed.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
109 Ratings

109 Ratings

MantisToboggan69 ,

First Impressions

Incredibly fun, and gives a real sense of accomplishment when you figure out a particularly hard puzzle. This game is a spiritual successor to “Human Resource Machine”, but I felt it was a little easier than its predecessor (I’m also not THAT far in yet, so we’ll see how the difficulty curve goes). As far as criticism goes, this is probably the only time I’ll ever say this for a video game: it could use a longer tutorial. There were some puzzles I just felt stuck on. The “If” command can be daunting to learn, and I’ve unknowingly stumbled into a few solutions rather than precisely planned them. This may be what they were going for (more freedom to think outside the box), but the feeling of successfully planning put a long string of commands is way greater than realizing that the mess you made somehow worked out.
This is definitely a “sit down and work on it” type game, not a “sit on the toilet for five minutes and make decent progress” one. I look forward to making progress, and it stands up to the standards and quality of their previous games.


BobbyWB ,

Great game, but PLEASE add option to disable 100% sounds

As much as I enjoy playing this game and working out the programming puzzles (5 stars for gameplay otherwise), I find it very frustrating when there is no way to turn off the sound effects for the game.

There are a couple of settings that will turn off some music and sounds, but not everything. So if you want to play without disturbing your friends or sleeping spouse, you have to switch to silent mode every time you play and hope you remember to switch back when you’re done.

The game is so polished and well done that I have to assume that this lack of sound control is intentional by the developers, but to what end I don’t understand. The sounds are not required for the game and can even become monotonous at low volumes when playing, so providing an ability to turn off all sounds without changing my other phone settings would be very welcomed. Come on developers, how about helping us out with this option????

Mikey_1988 ,


I LOVE Human Resources and have completed all optional achievements in it. I like this game almost as well, but it has some frustrating issues.

Lost progress - not sure when you save, but I often come back to the game and find all my progress lost for the current level.

No cloud sync - would love to play on my iPad at times.

Hard to scroll - thank goodness there is an Undo button. Trying to scroll often ends up dragging a command instead.

Buggy? - I’ve been programming for 35 years. I have several programs that seem to incorrectly run. Is there a place to submit programs for review? It might be my misunderstanding of the app, but seem like bugs.

Hard to debug - when something does blow up, at least highlight the guy that caused the issue. Or maybe even add a ‘step back’ button. Right now, I’m mostly locked out with info bubbles covering the screen telling me to hit the stop button.

Needs a single guy mode - for debugging, it might be useful to just run one guy. I get it doesn’t make sense for all missions, but could help. I’ve had cases where I try to “if” out all but one guy at the start of my program to help debug.


Experimental Gameplay Group
149.3 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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