Paul McCartney wrote a song about eggs once. It started with the immortal lines: "Scrambled eggs/ oh my darling, how I love your legs," but then he ruined it by sticking in a string quartet and calling it Yesterday. Oh, and he mode an album called Back to the Egg which was complete crap.
But Codemasters' latest eggy adventure is for more inspiring. It combines the best of all Dizzy's previous platform outings and sticks them into one big integrated package complete with subgames, slinky scrolling and great-looking graphics.
Daisy's been kidnapped by evil Wizard Zak and all Dizzy's friends have been turned into fiends by a magic spell, so you have to zip around the levels, righting wrongs, collecting goodies and solving puzzles in The Tree Village. Graveyard and Diamond Mines among others. It's all tremendous fun, especially the Indiana Jones-style train section, but it can also be frustrating - you've only got three lives and Dizzy's leaping isn't always as agile as you'd like. Despite this, Fantastic Dizzy is by far the most accomplished version of the little egg's adventures and well worth further investigation.
Many people remember the little egg, called Dizzy from the C64 era. Dizzy has returned on Amiga, with new advantures and new, redesigned graphics.
People who downloaded Dizzy: Fantastic Dizzy have also downloaded:
Dizzy: The Dizzy Collection, Dizzy 7: Crystal Kingdom, Dizzy 2: Treasure Island, Dizzy: Fantastic Adventure of Dizzy, Dizzy: Fantasy World of Dizzy, Dizzy: Prince of Yolkfolk, Dizzy: Bubble Dizzy, James Pond 2: Codename Robocod
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