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[Uwo]

Games Flash ActionScript Date: Jan 2005

Uwo Get through three exciting desert levels on a motorbike without crashing. But don't forget to pick up hitchhikers - otherwise you won't be able to progress. Collect a code after each level to be able to return to it.

Technologies used: ActionScript 2

Run Uwo
Controls: The arrow keys


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