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Fantastic Dizzy

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Excerpt from Genesis Game Guide by The Scribe

NAME:             Fantastic Dizzy
AUTHOR/VENDOR:    Codemasters
RELEASED:         1993
TYPE:             Platform
LANGUAGE:         Multilanguage

PREMISE:          Cute-looking platformer with a hero that resembles a
                  miniaturized Humpty Dumpty who (of course) must endure
                  all sorts of platform dangers to rescue his girlfriend
                  from the bad guys.

IMPRESSIONS:      The standard plot is rendered rather silly by the game's
                  design, but the graphics and sound are neat, plus you
                  carry inventory - something not usually found in a
                  platform game.  Interesting....

VARIATIONS:       Also known as Fantasy World Dizzy.

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Re: Fantastic Dizzy (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Monday, January 21 @ 13:32:15 EST

It is not also known as Fantasy World Dizzy! Fantastic Dizzy is it's only name. Fantasy World Dizzy was a game starring Dizzy on the old Commodore 64 and Amiga computers. They're not the same game! Just thought I'd let you know. :)

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Re: Fantastic Dizzy (Score: 1)
by Sparxster ( on Tuesday, November 20 @ 21:39:43 EST
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lol thisgame is really fun! it reminds me a bit of lolo. it is based off the (unlicensed) NES games. its pretty challenging too.

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Re: Fantastic Dizzy (Score: 1)
by SamuraiJohn on Thursday, April 25 @ 12:36:47 EDT
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Its like a egg... that seems to be a helper.. he gose around solveing everyones problems..... lame.... but its playable

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Re: Fantastic Dizzy (Score: 1)
by deaddudegod on Sunday, August 04 @ 17:09:31 EDT
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It's not based on any crappy NES game. I remeber Dizzy on the Sinclair Spectrum 48k! One of the best Brirish platform games ever! Well, until tomb raider anyway...

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Re: Fantastic Dizzy (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Saturday, November 02 @ 10:25:44 EST

Yes, the first Dizzy game was on the ZX Spectrum and some other home computers back in the 80's. Nothing to do with the USA or the NES. Was also available on the Gamegear. Sadly suffered from not being able to save your game, and being too difficult, like most of his many Speccy outings!

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Re: Fantastic Dizzy (Score: 1)
by angelblu on Wednesday, February 19 @ 05:32:26 EST
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I am big a fan of the dizzy seires as i use to have a
Commodore 64 when i was only 6 and im now 15 i love the sires to bits i foun this be case of it and i dont knw how to down load it ( AAAAAAAAAHHH )

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Re: Fantastic Dizzy (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Monday, February 02 @ 20:47:37 EST

Dizzy games were my favourite on ZX Spectrum. This one is also great!

These Codemasters were talented sonova... Most of their games on different platforms rocked! And they made many!

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