If you grew up in the ’80s it is likely you played a Dizzy game at one time or another. These budget titles by Codemasters were some of the best games that you could buy for your favorite home computer. Created by programmer twins Philip and Andrew Oliver, Dizzy was a hilarious egg who explored around strange locales in search of magical objects required to defeat evil wizards. It’s taken twenty-five years for it to arrive, but Mystery World Dizzy is finally here and if you’ve never played a Dizzy game before perhaps now is the time to start, The game is free to play right now on the Mystery World Dizzy website, but true fans will at some point be able to purchase physical NES carts containing a working version of the game via the Mystery World Dizzy Kickstarter campaign.


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