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Hello, everybody!

Post by Micrus » Tue Oct 09, 2007 8:00 pm

Hello, Dizzy fans!

I would like to say something about myself.. I'm now 16 and have been a Dizzy fan since 1999, when I saw "The Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy" on NES.. I don't like people who think that Dizzy games are only for young children - in my opinion Dizzy is better than all walking-and-shooting games put together. :v2_dizzy_happy: :dizzy_cool: I'm from polish community board, but finally I decided to try to talk with foreign community members :)

Sorry for my English, but I'm not good in it, so I may do many mistakes.. :(

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Post by Adz.M » Wed Oct 10, 2007 6:55 am

Welcome to the Dizzy Community Micrus :)

Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy is a good game me thinks :cool:
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Post by Mayboy » Mon Oct 15, 2007 11:25 am

Welcome to the community, enjoy your stay and have fun!

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Post by Zurc » Mon Oct 15, 2007 10:49 pm

Welcome Micrus. Good to hear that the Dizzy games are popular with today's teens. I agree with you that Dizzy isn't just for kids. It requires brain power to work complete, but thanks to it's lack of violence is suitable for all players.

Sorry for your English? Dunno why, it's better than mine.

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Post by Micrus » Tue Oct 16, 2007 5:59 pm

Thank you for your greetings! :)

I really enjoy my stay here - it's good to know someone else thinks the same about Dizzy games. :v2_dizzy_happy:
It's definitely worth making the bridge between English and Polish Dizzy communities :)

I don't know why other Polish fans didn't even try to do it.. :(

Regards,
Micrus.

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Post by xelanoimis » Thu Oct 18, 2007 5:49 pm

Welcome, Micrus!

It's a great thing that you decided to write in the Yolkfolk forums.
Don't worry about your english. It's perfectly fine, and a thing like that
should not stand between fans from different countries.
In fact, I am no native english speaker myself.
And it's probably the same with many other members.

I hope more people, from the polish Dizzy community, will get in contact
with us, because you have there a strong community as well and it
would be great to join forces :)

Have fun, and take a look at the new DizzyAGE v2.0
I've seen you have some DizzyAGE tutorials translated in polish there,
but unfortunately, I can't understand much polish... actually none :(

All the best!
Alex

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Post by Micrus » Thu Oct 18, 2007 6:10 pm

Yes, there are some tutorials for DizzyAGE written in Polish, but I've read your DizzyAGE Book and everything is clear for me. Our translation has too many mistakes and is not as good as the original tutorial, so I certainly wouldn't be able to understand it.

Now I'm working on my Dizzy game, and as far as I'm using DizzyAGE there is no problem. :v2_dizzy_happy: Good work! :v2_dizzy_clapping:

Regards,
Micrus.

PS: Oh, we should stop talking in this thread - we will make offtopic here soon. :D

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