Dizzy returns 9/12/2011 with Prince of the Yolkfolk

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Post by frogandhat » Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:22 pm

Isn't that what they put on the road? :D
I thought it was "ta".
Just one of those semingly almost random ways of shortening things I suppose, like why is William shortened sometimes to Bill? Will I can understand, but where does the B come from?
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Post by Bag of Magic Food » Sun Dec 11, 2011 6:24 am

Adz.M wrote:Another Digital Spy article about Dizzy.


'Dizzy' PC, PS3 ports 'would be easy', says project lead
Didn't they already port Prince of the Yolkfolk to PC a long time ago? :v2_dizzy_tongue:


Okay, so maybe they meant a modern Windows version...

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dizzy update

Post by pamuch » Sun Dec 11, 2011 8:26 am

ok i've just gone in to my ipad app store and there is a update to the new dizzy game version 1.02 :v2_dizzy_thumbsup:

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Post by Deejay » Sun Dec 11, 2011 2:53 pm

Bag of Magic Food wrote:Say, how did "Thank you" get turned into "Tar"? I never understood that expression.
It's probably an ancient corruption of the Norse "Takk", which is thankyou. The vowel sound is almost the same, and whilst the Vikings were raiding the north eastern shores of the British Isles, there was quite a lot of language exchange.

I'm not a linguistics expert, but my missus is Norwegian!
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