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Dizzy - Prince of the Yolkfolk £1.49 @ Google Play Store

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The return of the most fantastic eggventurer of all time, with gorgeous HD graphics and glorious gameplay. Lead Dizzy on his ultimate quest to awaken Daisy and bring peace to the Yolkfolk. The epon…
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The return of the most fantastic eggventurer of all time, with gorgeous HD graphics and glorious gameplay. Lead Dizzy on his ultimate quest to awaken Daisy and bring peace to the Yolkfolk.

The eponymous egg-shaped have-a-go hero returns in familiar form, complete with red boxing gloves and his trademark rolls and somersaults as he ventures forth on an eggciting journey into a magical world packed with collect-and-solve puzzles. As ever, his friends, the Yolkfolk, are in trouble and need saving from danger. Our hero in a whole shell’s girlfriend, Daisy, has been trapped in mysterious castle while our hero has been locked in an underground dungeon by Rockwart the troll on orders from Evil Wizard Zaks.

By running, rolling and somersaulting around the fantastic kingdom of Keldor, Dizzy’s adventure takes him throughout the magical land, exploring underground caves, leaping and bounding into the tree tops and bouncing all the way up in the far away clouds to assist Saint Peter in front of the Pearly Gates.

Fall in love with Dizzy all over again, whilst helping him on his quest to rescue his beloved Daisy from the castle ... get set for eggsplosive and eggstraordinary eggventures once more!

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Aha i had the dizzy collection on the commodore

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81PHxBJ3qOL._SL1500_.jpg






Edited By: wiggywig on Dec 28, 2014 22:58
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Ahhhh Dizzy, I remember the days of loading up casette tapes and waiting 20 mins to play Dizzy. Classic!

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9 Likes #1
Ahhhh Dizzy, I remember the days of loading up casette tapes and waiting 20 mins to play Dizzy. Classic!
3 Likes #2
This egg is a legend!
4 Likes #3
Brings back memories of the Speccy!
23 Likes #4
Aha i had the dizzy collection on the commodore

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81PHxBJ3qOL._SL1500_.jpg






Edited By: wiggywig on Dec 28, 2014 22:58
2 Likes #5
Ahh, this has brought back some memories! I loved the Dizzy games. I still have my C64 together with my entire collection of games (which includes several Dizzy titles). Going to have to see if this is available on the App Store or Amazon Fire TV.
1 Like #6
wiggywig
Aha i had the dizzy collection on the commodore

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81PHxBJ3qOL._SL1500_.jpg






Which game was it that you go into a cauldron and you had an upside down screen? Was one of my fav games as a child. Never got to complete it.
#7
kos1c
wiggywig
Aha i had the dizzy collection on the commodorehttp://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81PHxBJ3qOL._SL1500_.jpg
Which game was it that you go into a cauldron and you had an upside down screen? Was one of my fav games as a child. Never got to complete it.
Sounds like Fantasy land Dizzy.....I think.
#8
kos1c
wiggywig
Aha i had the dizzy collection on the commodore

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81PHxBJ3qOL._SL1500_.jpg


You went down a well to topsy Turvey I think in treasure Island dizzy



Which game was it that you go into a cauldron and you had an upside down screen? Was one of my fav games as a child. Never got to complete it.
#9
kos1c
wiggywig
Aha i had the dizzy collection on the commodore

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81PHxBJ3qOL._SL1500_.jpg






Which game was it that you go into a cauldron and you had an upside down screen? Was one of my fav games as a child. Never got to complete it.

Thats fantasy world dizzy. With the upside down city and you gotta save his "girlfriend " from a wizard guy

If the wizard rings a bell to you its that one

Edited By: wiggywig on Dec 28, 2014 23:11
[helper] 2 Likes #10
kos1c
wiggywig
Aha i had the dizzy collection on the commodore

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81PHxBJ3qOL._SL1500_.jpg






Which game was it that you go into a cauldron and you had an upside down screen? Was one of my fav games as a child. Never got to complete it.


Yea it's Fantastic Dizzy.
1 Like #11
No idea the first time round but this looks like such a happy game.
Need more happiness.
#12
As a huge fan of the Dizzy series (spectrum owner) I was so excited when they released this however as much as it's brilliant it's incredibly short. They seriously need to extend it or release full 'HD' versions of the originals.
1 Like #13
Brilliant games. Had them all and wore them all out on my Speccy. Completed them all except for the original 'Dizzy'. Zaks always blasted me with his lightning bolt on the very last screen of the game. It was no yolk! ;)

I'm not 'shelling' out for this though. Ah, thank the lordy lord for Speccy emulators! :p
Fantastic Dizzy on the Megadrive was truly awesome too!

Heat for any people new to the delights of Dizzy!


Edited By: Captain_James on Dec 28, 2014 23:18
2 Likes #14
nice find op, heat added :)
#15
omg omg omg!!! I didnt know anyone even remembered this game but me! makes me all warn and fuzzy inside remembering playing this game as a kid lol I loved this game so much :D
1 Like #16
yessss. love it. Gonna get this right now. :)
#17
Had all these on spectrum. Hard work on a tablet though without "keys"
#18
Class! Them were the days
3 Likes #19
I got Dizzy and Fast Food Dizzy free when my parents bought me my Amstrad CPC 464 (tape drive, we weren't rich) and I played it in several shades of glorious green on my green screen monitor :D So many hours climbing a tree without rolling off LOL

KM
3 Likes #20
Hello childhood, good to see you again.
2 Likes #21
I still have these games on a Atari st, they are in my loft X)
3 Likes #22
wow this brought back memories of my amstrad cpc 464.....now i feel old thanks op. Heat added anyway
1 Like #23
Nostalgia at it's best :)
#24
Seriously, don't bother. Bought this when it came out and it's so buggy it's unplayable.
#25
wiggywig
kos1c
wiggywig
Aha i had the dizzy collection on the commodore

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81PHxBJ3qOL._SL1500_.jpg






Which game was it that you go into a cauldron and you had an upside down screen? Was one of my fav games as a child. Never got to complete it.

Thats fantasy world dizzy. With the upside down city and you gotta save his "girlfriend " from a wizard guy

If the wizard rings a bell to you its that one

I was super young at the time. I gotta be like 6. I think you have like a jungle set of housing if I recall, tree houses with wooden bridges. It's been like 20 years since I've seen it. I had played the one from the deal above on iOS last year, wasn't that one. :D
[helper] 1 Like #26
kos1c
wiggywig
kos1c
wiggywig
Aha i had the dizzy collection on the commodore

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81PHxBJ3qOL._SL1500_.jpg






Which game was it that you go into a cauldron and you had an upside down screen? Was one of my fav games as a child. Never got to complete it.

Thats fantasy world dizzy. With the upside down city and you gotta save his "girlfriend " from a wizard guy

If the wizard rings a bell to you its that one

I was super young at the time. I gotta be like 6. I think you have like a jungle set of housing if I recall, tree houses with wooden bridges. It's been like 20 years since I've seen it. I had played the one from the deal above on iOS last year, wasn't that one. :D


Super Young? ;)
1 Like #27
Strange... Ground seems hollow! ;)
#28
The original dizzy has been remade for PC, heres a link of it on youtube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ld8EAmWIwok

It's available free for those who can google.

I heartily recommend this website for all things Dizzy related http://www.yolkfolk.com/dizzyage/ along with a Dizzy game creator, which I find a little difficult to use but theres many fan made games on there.
#29
commodore 64, syntax error, ahhh those were the days !!
2 Likes #30
It's been this price for well over a year.

I used to have these games on my Amstrad CPC464.
#31
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mr_chris_bee
As a huge fan of the Dizzy series (spectrum owner) I was so excited when they released this however as much as it's brilliant it's incredibly short. They seriously need to extend it or release full 'HD' versions of the originals.


Yeah I bought it a year or two back on IOS and had it completed in under 40 minutes. Bit of a shame because I loved the Dizzy games growing up!
1 Like #32
wiggywig
Aha i had the dizzy collection on the commodore

I had that for the Spectrum, to this day it's probably the best Christmas present I ever received.






Edited By: metallica182 on Dec 29, 2014 09:38
#33
Love the dizzy games. I never forget getting dizzy to use a bottle of whiskey and then he started rolling and jumping all over the place uncontrollably. Still makes me chuckle.
1 Like #34
I used to love Dizzy back in the day, I had all the games on the Spectrum, of which Magicland Dizzy was by far the best, spent ages figuring out some of the puzzles in that game. Fantastic Dizzy on the Megadrive was also a very good game and I believe the last Dizzy game till this remake (it originally came out for the 8 bit computers many years ago). Sweet nostalgia.

Back on topic, is this actually on sale though? I thought it was always £1.49 and it doesn't seem to say anything on the page about it being on sale either.....

Much as I love Dizzy, I think in todays crowded app space they want to be selling this under a pound to stay competitive...
#35
A very short game, not really worth it to be honest.
#36
My favourite game series ever! from Spectrum to Mega Drive loved them all.
got this on day of release, it's got bugs but it's Dizzy so who cares? wish the full sereis would get the HD makeover!

Shame the Kickstarter project never really took off that build looked incredible. .
oh the memories!!
#37
Like others have said, thought this was £1.49 normally? Sure I saw it for this price when I noticed it was on the Play (and Apple App store) before.
#38
wolvesmarc
My favourite game series ever! from Spectrum to Mega Drive loved them all.
got this on day of release, it's got bugs but it's Dizzy so who cares? wish the full sereis would get the HD makeover!

Shame the Kickstarter project never really took off that build looked incredible. .
oh the memories!!

What were they trying to do on kickstarter?

I would love to see a HD remake of all the old 8 bit computer Dizzy games spliced together as one huge Dizzy world and adventure. I think any single Dizzy game would seem a bit short by modern standards (though I still think Magicland Dizzy or Fantastic Dizzy would hold up pretty well) but altogether they would make one awesome adventure!

Unfortunately, the one Codemasters did decide to remake (Prince of the Yolkfolk) was one of the shortest and easiest of the Dizzy adventures so won't provide a great deal of game for your money. Perhaps they wanted an easy one to start with to test the waters. As they haven't remade any more Dizzy games I fear the response was poor, which is a shame.

Edited By: ST3123 on Dec 29, 2014 12:29
#39
EGGSONLEGS
1 Like #40
mr_chris_bee
As a huge fan of the Dizzy series (spectrum owner) I was so excited when they released this however as much as it's brilliant it's incredibly short. They seriously need to extend it or release full 'HD' versions of the originals.

Yeah I can't believe they don't just re-do them in HD for tablets/phones. I think they were just testing the water with this which is why it's so short, but there seems to be a lot of love for it, so can't understand why they don't slowly re-do them all in full!

I'd certainly buy them all despite having completed them all on Speccy/Amiga back in the day!

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