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In my quest for Dizzy games for my Spectrum, I came across this - almost as good as the Spectrum version ;-)

Free download of the full Treasure Island Dizzy game from the Codemasters website:

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Download: Treasure Island Dizzy
Download Type: Etoy
Date Uploaded: 15th December 2004
File Size: 2.7mb
TREASURE ISLAND DIZZY

PROLOGUE:

Dizzy was looking forward to the round-the-world cruise. When he told the other yolkfolk about the good deal he found, they wondered just what lay ahead of him...

Dizzy enjoyed the cruise at first. The captain, Long John Silver, was a lovely old bloke with a kindly manner, good at insulting and degrading the fare-paying punters. He was well balanced - he had parrot on one shoulder and a chip on the other.

Dizzy thought he would organize a game of cricket on the aft deck. In a fit of blinding stupidity he used LJ's spare leg collection as makeshift stumps, and when they were lost overboard he was made to walk the plank! That was how he came to find himself gently poaching on the silent, sun-kissed beach of a seemingly deserted island... He had to somehow find a way back to the yolkfolk and lodge his compensation claim with the travel agent...

CONTROLS:

ACTION KEYBOARD
Walk Left Z
Walk Right X
Jump Left Shift/Left Ctrl
Pick Up/Drop/Read ENTER/RETURN
Pause P (NOTE: pressing ANY other key whilst paused will unpause the game)
Music/Fx M
Quit Q (Returns to title screen)

HINTS:

Be careful in the water - everyone knows that eggs are air breathers!
Dont wind up fried.....be careful of fire!
The wildlife is dangerous, dizzy looks good enough to eat...
The old chest makes a good step in the right place...

The are two ways to complete the game:
SOLUTION 1 - Tricky, find a way off the island and back to the yolkfolk
SOLUTION 2 - Very tricky, there are THIRTY pieces of gold hidden on the island, find these before making your escape... some of them are VERY well hidden!

Good luck!

TECHNICAL:

CCS 64 FEATURES:

A useful feature of CCS C64 is that it allows you to save your progress in the game at any point. To do this, press F9 to access the menu and select STATE. You can Save and Load from this screen.

KNOWN ISSUES:

This PC version of Treasure Island Dizzy uses the CCS-C64 emulator. It is recommended that default settings ONLY be used when running the game, as changing the display/sound settings is known to cause issues with the program.

It is known that running other applications whilst running Treasure Island Dizzy can cause issues: it is therefore recommended that you close any other applications before loading the game.

Codemasters will not provide any customer support on this free download.
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#1
omg i feel old now definitly worth a download RETRO BABY YEAH
#2
Amazing how your perception changes, remember this being fantasic but now...

Heat added
#3
ZigZag
Amazing how your perception changes, remember this being fantasic but now...

Heat added


Gotta admit, it's my least favourite Dizzy game... but it's still good :)

Now, if it were Fantasy World or Magicland Dizzy, that would be ace! :thumbsup:
#4
[COLOR=purple]OMG you make me feel really old! lol [/COLOR]
[COLOR=purple]Thanks heated and repped[/COLOR] :thumbsup:
#5
OH EM GEE This was my favourite game on the commodore 64 lol!
#6
I had all the Dizzy games for my Spectrum 48K haha:thumbsup:
#7
Love dizzy
#8
Marie74
I had all the Dizzy games for my Spectrum 48K haha:thumbsup:


I did :) Desperately trying to get 'em all back now, haha! Reliving my youth, lol! :thumbsup:
#9
If i remember correctly, pausing the game and then typing ICANFLY gives you (yes, you guessed it) the ability to fly at any time.

....fly my pretties, fly!
#10
ZigZag
Amazing how your perception changes, remember this being fantasic but now...

Heat added


+1

I was so excited about playing this, until i played it........
#11
hodsey77
I did :) Desperately trying to get 'em all back now, haha! Reliving my youth, lol! :thumbsup:


i've still got them all, i think. been thinking about putting them on ebay, but just don't have the time at the mpoment.
#12
nice one
#13
Nice Find
#14
This game had the best music ever on the Spectrum (128k). By the legendary David Whittaker.

Also it was maybe the first one I played that had a speech sample! Way back when.

Now it's on PC though if you save the game you're missing the challenge of it. I bet I can still remember what plants/fences the hidden coins are behind.
#15
wow what a find. :thumbsup:
#16
Will give it a download thanks, would be great to have some new dizzy games.
1 Like #17
This site has loads of fan games you can download some are pretty good but hard
http://www.yolkfolk.com/site/intro.php
#18
*Joanne*;5545879
This site has loads of fan games you can download some are pretty good but hard
http://www.yolkfolk.com/site/intro.php


Ooh, cool! Thanks for that :thumbsup:
#19
Used to love this game on my Atari ST. Still remember the music and still hum it to myself every so often :p
#20
These games are usually disappointing when played years later on Speccy emulators etc. Now Skooldaze and Bak2Skool, they were frickin awesome! :)
#21
Great find, voted hot.

But I'd have preferred the Amstrad version. I've just fired it up and I'm suprised at the graphics on the C64 version. But for the lack of colour bleed I could have mistaken it for the Speccy version. I'd download the Amstrad emulator but the last time I did it did bad things to my computer (possibly due to the 16-bit colour mode). I must figure out how to get MESS working.
#22
OMG This is amazing. I remember the days I spent trying to complete these games!!! :)
#23
AgentLipsy
OMG This is amazing. I remember the days I spent trying to complete these games!!! :)


Lol! I remember phoning up the premium rate number to find out what to do next on Fantasy World Dizzy.... my mam used to go so mad!! :p
#24
Excellent! Remember playing this when I was about 9. Top stuff.
#25
MKultra
These games are usually disappointing when played years later on Speccy emulators etc. Now Skooldaze and Bak2Skool, they were frickin awesome! :)


Skooldaze and Bak2Skool were so damn tough! wonder if i could get any further now!
i remember sneaking into the girls building during class. Rockstars Bully wasnt quite up to this.
#26
flyingteddy
Skooldaze and Bak2Skool were so damn tough! wonder if i could get any further now!
i remember sneaking into the girls building during class. Rockstars Bully wasnt quite up to this.


They are still as tough! In fact, I don't know how we played these games when we were kids, lol!

I've got Bak to Skool and Skooldaze and can do nowhere near as good as I used to! :p
#27
hodsey77
Lol! I remember phoning up the premium rate number to find out what to do next on Fantasy World Dizzy.... my mam used to go so mad!! :p


Lol. Those were the days! Now we have the internet with free in-depth FAQs on dozens of sites for almost every game released!
banned#28
If they had released the atari st version, it would have been a lot more playable (MUCH better graphics etc)

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