Fantasy World Dizzy (Classic Game) Reviews
Description:Developer: Oliver Twins / Genre: Adventures & Role-playing / Release Year: 1989 / The game was the first to include the Yolkfolk; Daisy, Denzil, Dozy, Dylan and Grand Dizzy.
Newest Review: ... Bubble Dizzy. Fantasy World Dizzy remains one of the strongest entries in the series, thanks to the relatively easy ... more
Customer Fantasy World Dizzy (Classic Game) Reviews (2)
by - written on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
The Dizzy games were a roaring success on the Amiga and the character helped pave the way for the likes of Kirby on the Gameboy and countless cute creatures on computer consoles for years to come. Dizzy is a walking egg type thing, with a white shelled body and little red legs and arms. He waddles about the screen, collecting goodies and usually trying to rescue his beloved Princess Daisy. There are several Dizzy games available on the Amiga, including Bubble Dizzy. Fantasy World Dizzy remains one of the strongest entries in the series, thanks to the relatively easy playability and endearing graphics and characters. Billed as a platform game, this means you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/07 (Very useful, 208 readings)
The third game in the Dizzy series, the last to be designed by creators the Oliver Twins themselves, fixes the problems of its frustratingly difficult predecessors and fleshes (shells?) out the character’s world and the abilities of the platform adventure game format. This was the first game to introduce Dizzy’s eggy brethren the Yolkfolk, the first to afford multiple lives (rather than the evil, instant game over of ‘Treasure Island Dizzy’), and the first to take place in a typical fantasy setting, complete with trademark Dizzy castles, dragons and ogres – hence the name. It’s also memorable for being the only game in the franchise to depict the in-game character in the Read the complete review