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Monday, April 02, 2007
Binary Land is a remake of an old NES action game, created with Clickteam's MultiMedia Fusion 2. The goal is to guide two penguins to opposite sides of a heartcage. The trick is that you control both penguins at once and one of the penguins movements are mirrored.

Differences from the original includes updated graphics, thirty stages of puzzle action, brand new levels, circling flames as a new enemy type, the nifty level editor and an oldschool ending.

Use the arrow keys to move both penguins around, and hold the left control key to shoot bugspray. Handy for freeing your partner, removing webs and spiders. Press the escape key to quit game at any time. Game is saved automatically when each stage is cleared.

A gamepad can be configured by changing the control type at the options screen, with the control key mapped to the first button on the joypad.

Name: Binary Land
Developer: Magnus Nilsson
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 5MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 4/03/2007 06:56:00 AM:  
Wow. It feels so weird seeing my game on this site that I visit everyday. Thanks for finding and adding it. It's an honour :)