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Monday, April 09, 2007
Which Way is Up is a traditional and challenging 2D platformer with a slight rotational twist. Help a mysterious big-eared salaryman named Guy find his keys in a labyrinth of dangers and bad dialogue. Use the Z or up arrow key to jump, and press the down arrow key to activate switches or collect items.

Six levels in total. The Windows binary version contains an executable which runs just fine without the need for a Python installation.

Name: Which Way is Up
Developer: Olli Etuaho
Category: Platform
Type: Freeware
Size: 5MB
Anonymous Olli Etuaho said at 4/12/2007 05:08:00 PM:  
Hi, and thanks for featuring my game! :) I'll be definitely continuing development on this one, and just updated the home page, so be sure to check back for further news. Work on another batch of levels, new enemies, gameplay and bosses will begin soon.