Crystal Kingdom Dizzy - Classic Dizzy is back and he's out of beta

Dizzy fans have we got news for you as we've just heard from the YolkFolk, of the final release for the remake of  'Crystal Kingdom Dizzy'. First released in 1992 on many different systems by Codemasters such as the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, DOS, and Amiga, has now been given a graphical de-make to the likes of the 8 bit classics. Not just that but unlike the original version, this one has been made into a traditional Dizzy style game and is no longer split into four levels.

Furthermore the game also comes with special menu options like in previous DizzyAGE remakes, and the Cherries in the game now serve a purpose, so if you collect all 60 wait and see what happens when you complete the game. Everything else in the game is very similar unlike the graphics and extra bits, it has the same story as the original and as always features the lovable character of Dizzy talking to the YolkFolk villagers, while solving puzzles, avoiding snakes and rolling about with a smile smile on his face

For a more in depth discussion make sure to follow the forums and for this grand dizzy tale read the story on the website. Special thanks to Adam Markey, Pogie and Simon Rice for their hard work on this remake.


1) Forum Discussion
2) Facebook Group
3) Download ( PC )

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