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by - written on 18/10/07 (Very useful, 219 readings)
Originally designed as an all-out parody of the Oliver Twins’ ‘Dizzy’ platform adventure games, Phil Ruston’s ‘Wibble World Giddy: Wibble Mania!’ proved to be just about the best Dizzy clone available for fans of the Codemasters releases. The game was a public domain release, attached to various Amiga magazine cover disks and bundled with numerous packages for the smallest of fees, allowing newcomers to experience the platform adventure puzzle-solver genre for the first time, and for experienced Dizzy fans to enjoy working their way through a fairly short but satisfying and well-meaning parody. As explained on the title screen, the eponymous Giddy is an ... Read the complete review
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