Welcome to the home page of Which Way Is Up, a traditional and challenging 2D platformer game with a slight rotational twist. Help a mysterious big-eared salaryman named Guy find his keys in a labyrinth of dangers and badly written dialogue.
Here, you can download the original version made for the PyWeek game development competition (beta 0.5.5) or an updated version (beta 0.7.0 or beta 0.7.9) of the game.
There are no current plans to update the game further. However, check out the developer Olli Etuaho's portfolio and blog! If any new developments take place, that's the first place they'll appear in.
- Beta 0.7.9, Python source code, 980 KB
Some hilights of the changes to 0.7.9:
- Basic level editing capabilities and one new level
- New exit animation for Guy
- Lots of bug fixes, refactored code and minor improvements
The old PyWeek version:
For more information about changes between versions, view the complete changelog.
If you use the source code version, you might need to download and install these on your machine. Remember, the dependencies are only for the Python source code version - these are not needed for running the Windows binary.
All game code is licenced under the GPL 2.0.
All game content, sounds and graphics are licenced under Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution licence.
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You can send mail about the game to firstname.lastname@example.org.