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Magicland Dizzy

Released 1990 · consists of 12 releases.

The fourth game in a series of multi-platform adventure-platformers by the Oliver Twins, produced by Codemasters.

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Magicland Dizzy

First release date 1990
Platform Amiga , Amstrad CPC , Atari ST , Commodore 64 , ZX Spectrum , PC , Sharp MZ
Developer Big Red Software , Codemasters
Publisher Codemasters , EDOS
Genre Adventure , Platformer
Theme
Franchises Dizzy
Aliases Magic Land Dizzy Dizzy 4: Zaks Revenge Dizzy IV

Overview

Magicland Dizzy is a direct sequel to Fantasy World Dizzy, where once again all of Dizzy's friends have been enchanted in some way and Dizzy must cure them. It is, like Fantasy World Dizzy and the others in the core DIzzy series, a platformer with several adventure game puzzles to solve.

Notably, Magicland was not created by the Oliver Twins, as they were busy with other projects for Codemasters. It was instead designed by Neal Vincent and coded by outside developers Big Red Software, with oversight approval from the Oliver Twins.

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Specific release details

Magicland Dizzy
Magicland Dizzy
Platform ZX Spectrum
Region United Kingdom
Developer Codemasters , Big Red Software
Publisher EDOS
Release date N/A
Product code None
Company code 795
Rating
Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players 1
Resolutions N/A
Sound Systems N/A
Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support No
Notes (Cassette re-release)

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