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Dizzy the Adventurer

Dizzy the Adventurer (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Adventure
Developer: Codemasters

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Region
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NA
??/??/1993
EU
??/??/1993

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Reader Reviews

Dizzy the Adventurer review

Reviewed August 12, 2007

iamtheprodigy says: "Meet Dizzy. Dizzy is an egg. Dizzy comes from Yolkfolk village. Dizzy has an egg girlfriend (hot, I know) named Daisy. On one eggcelent day (I'm sorry, really I am), they discovered a secret entrance to the evil wizard Zak's castle. Little did they know, Zak himself was watching them through his crystal ball! He set a trap for them in the form of a horrible, awful, terrifying, spinning wheel (DUN DUN DUUUN!). It mysteriously spun infinitely due the magic spell placed on it by the wizard. ..."
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