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Post by AndyC » Wed Apr 25, 2007 3:52 pm

I came to Dizzy at the relatively old age of 14. I went round to a friend's house one day, and we spent most of the day on his Amiga. One of the games that we played was Fantasy World Dizzy, and after a couple of games I was hooked. It wasn't all that long before I started getting the games for my Amiga, and 17 years on I still enjoy the games, and now have the choice between playing Spectrum & C64 versions on my PC (via emulators), or occasionally setting up my Amiga (which still works perfectly) for a real blast from the past.

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Post by Tetsuochris » Thu May 03, 2007 3:43 pm

My father brought a spectrum when I was 4 years old, my favourite game was dizzy. I was also particularly fond of "fast food" the pacman clone. It seems like destiny really but now I am working for the Oliver twins as I am an Artist at Blitz Games. Philip Oliver told me that they coded Fast Food from scratch in a weekend - amazing!!!
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Post by Dizzy » Thu May 03, 2007 4:19 pm

Tetsuochris wrote:Philip Oliver told me that they coded Fast Food from scratch in a weekend - amazing!!!

Yeah it looks like they did too.. :drool: (j/k) hehe

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