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Title: Panic Dizzy - GameHammer Daily
Post by: Zoe Robinson on 23:09, 25 August 18
Nothing can stop the might of Dizzy Week! Today it's time to take a look at Panic Dizzy aka Dizzy Panic. It's always a good sign when a game can't decide what it's going to be called, isn't it?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srK0V3-EMeg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srK0V3-EMeg)
Title: Re: Panic Dizzy - GameHammer Daily
Post by: robcfg on 00:38, 26 August 18
Definitely it had potential to make an interesting puzzle game and the music, well, not the best as you said.


But I think that despite the color choice, which they could change from time to time, the graphics are nice.
Title: Re: Panic Dizzy - GameHammer Daily
Post by: Zoe Robinson on 01:32, 26 August 18
Yeah, I probably should have mentioned that in the review. All the Big Red Software Dizzy games have lovely graphics. Whatever they were using to draw those sprites (I think they were on PC before being ported over to the CPC) was really good at getting a lot of charm and detail onto the 8-bits.
Title: Re: Panic Dizzy - GameHammer Daily
Post by: zeropolis79 on 13:02, 26 August 18
Another good video Zoe..
Title: Re: Panic Dizzy - GameHammer Daily
Post by: Zoe Robinson on 14:27, 26 August 18
Thanks! :D
Title: Re: Panic Dizzy - GameHammer Daily
Post by: GUNHED on 19:15, 26 August 18
A simple game, but the colors are just awesome, not too bright and still visible. Great to get no eye-pain.  :)
Title: Re: Panic Dizzy - GameHammer Daily
Post by: Zoe Robinson on 22:10, 26 August 18
Umm... which version were you playing?
Title: Re: Panic Dizzy - GameHammer Daily
Post by: GUNHED on 23:07, 26 August 18
Same as you.  :)  Even SymbOS is using the same colors.  :)
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