Fast Food Reviews
Newest Review: ... he squashes an enemy with a steam roller and so on.) If you've played the original Fast Food on the 8 bit computers you will note that the Amiga version isn't just a straight forward remake with better graphics. They used the extra power of the machine to make the designs of the mazes more creative and the whole thing chugs along much smoother than the snail like original Fast Food on the Amstrad. Overall I think Fast Food is worthy of three stars. It's nothing outstanding, but as a quick diversion is good fun. It's no worse than some of the cheap games you find for the I-Pod or Virtual console these days. In its various guises it was sold... more
Customer Fast Food Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/02/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Dizzy is one of my favourite video game characters of all time. I loved his adventure games on the old home computers back during the eighties/early nineties. His games combined platforming with exploration of hidden objects and puzzle solving which required the use of items and talking to characters. Aside from the classic adventure games Dizzy also featured in some spin off action like games. Unfortunately for us players most of the spin off games featuring Dizzy were pretty awful. I suspect Codemasters were just capitalising on the character's popularity by plonking him in games that wouldn't have sold otherwise. Fast Food was the first spin off Dizzy game ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/07 (Very useful, 98 readings)
The first hints of the successful licensed franchise that the Oliver Twins’ anthropomorphic egg Dizzy would never become came with ‘Fast Food,’ released at the end of 1987. Essentially a quick, cheap and fairly unimpressive PacMan clone designed for a budget sale, the game was completely redesigned several years later to take advantage of the Amiga and Spectrum’s superior abilities, for inclusion on the ‘Dizzy Collection’ compilation of all the early Dizzy games. Despite the revised moniker (in the style of ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’), this game is completely unrelated to Codemasters’ primary series of Dizzy games, which were excellent and thoughtfully crafted ... Read the complete review
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