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Which Way Up: Space Olympics is anti-gravity party game chaos

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Turtle Flip Studio plan to launch their physics-based anti-gravity party game Which Way Up: Space Olympics sometime in Q1 2025 but there's a demo up on Steam you can try with Linux support.

Which Way Up: Space Olympics is designed to be easy to pickup and play, allowing players of all ages to join in on the fun through a wide range of gravity-themed multiplayer minigames. In the demo, players can go hands-on with six Space Olympics events, which can be played with up to four players for maximum chaos. The game gives you unique freedom of movement by allowing you to run on walls and ceilings, orbit around planets, or fall across entire levels by manoeuvring through gravity fields and genuinely looks like a riot.

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If you enjoy chaos and need more casual laughs with a new party game it's one to keep an eye on. Be sure to try out the demo too, which they've said is now staying after initially appearing during Remote Play Together Fest 2024.

"After receiving such fantastic and constructive feedback from those who played the demo over the last week, we've decided to make our demo permanently available!" lead developer Nick Cellini said, "That way, anyone can grab their friends, jump in, have fun and contribute their ideas to the final release of the game."

Check it out on Steam.

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