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The Niles 16-04-2006 03:21 PM

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red_avatar 16-04-2006 05:40 PM

I love this game - I played this when I was 14 and it takes a lot of thinking to wrestle through the levels. Simple maybe, but damn hard: definately! Thing is, unlike fastfood, this is not greatly up to chance. It's right down to skill, and trial and error.

Gulag 19-04-2006 06:29 PM

"Most games in the Dizzy-series tend to be simple, colorful little games, with cheery background-tunes. Usually you can play them if you have ten mintues or so to spare and they're never very hard."

WTF?!
Obviously the reviewer has never looked at another Dizzy game before, let alone played one. Unless this is a reference to some kind of Dizzy spin-off line.

The original Dizzy games are fiendishly hard puzzlers of a 'collect-em-up' nature you don't see any more. This is merely a tea-break puzzler using the characters but none of hte imagination or ingenuity of it's progenator.

Knudsen 20-04-2006 08:40 AM

I downloaded this game, I didn't like it very much but now I can't delete it? It just says that the file is already in use and that I should stop all programs using it.. I tried rebooting, unplugging my netcable and it isn't protected.. Anyone got any ideas?

Reup 20-04-2006 09:02 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Gulag@Apr 19 2006, 07:29 PM
The original Dizzy games are fiendishly hard puzzlers of a 'collect-em-up' nature you don't see any more. This is merely a tea-break puzzler using the characters but none of hte imagination or ingenuity of it's progenator.
Mmm... I didn't find the Dizzy platformers particularly difficult. 'Use bucket of water on fire', jump on stupid platform, collect stuff...


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