Dizzy Collection on Amiga

Compilation compiling the first five games in the Dizzy series:

1. Dizzy (replaced by Kwik Snax on 16-bit platforms)
Dizzy's world is being threatened by the evil wizard Zaks. The player takes control of Dizzy, the anthropomorphic egg, who must search the land for a Leprechaun's Wig, a Cloud's Silver Lining, a Vampire Dux Feather, and Troll Brew, to make a potion to defeat Zaks with.

2. Fast Food:
Fast Food is similar to Pac-Man or Boulder Dash, but not quite. The objective is to collect all fast food on the screen: that means, food that is moving fast. While doing so, you will have to avoid the monsters, otherwise you'll get killed. There are 30 levels, increasing in difficulty from very easy to extremely difficult.

3. Treasure Island Dizzy
This is Dizzy's second adventure. Dizzy is a cute little egg character who must explore the strange magic kingdom that is Treasure Island, solving problems and puzzles in order to escape from there. Dizzy must journey through haunted mines, tree villages, and underwater caverns in order to find hidden treasures.

4. Fantasy World Dizzy
Dizzy's third adventure sees the introduction of the Yolkfolk, including Daisy, who has got lost in the fantasy world of the title. Dizzy sets off to rescue her, braving dragons, rats and alligators along the way. The lands are littered with coins, and as well as completing the main task you should aim to collect as many of these as possible.

5. Magicland Dizzy
Dizzy, the egg protagonist, is back in his fourth installment: Magicland Dizzy. The land has been corrupted by an evil wizard, and it's Dizzy's job to set everything right. To do this, he must walk, jump and flip through a large number of screens, pick up and use various items, and talk to people.

Fast Food is a Pac-Man style game, Kwik Snax is Pengo style, all others are arcade adventures.

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Game Information

Platform
Amiga
Developer(s)
Codemasters
Publisher(s)
Codemasters
Genre(s)
Action, Platformer, Puzzle
EUR Release Date
January 1, 1991
MVGL User Score
N/A
MVGL Difficulty Rating
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0 User(s)

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