Update: The ‘new game’ really is Fast food dizziness, A remake specifically created using the game design package FUZE4 Nintendo Switch. Fast Food Disney was first launched in 1989 on Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Armstrong CBC, Commodore 64, Amiga and Atari SD home computer systems.
The game is included for free with FUZE, and it even has the source code, so you can skip it and learn how it works.
Commenting on the news, Philip Oliver said:
We really enjoyed re-imagining one of our classic original Dizzy games, and that’s it, we kept adding features. It is easy to learn, very intuitive and very powerful. We hope people enjoy the game, and it’s challenging and inspiring.
His brother Andrew added:
The best way to motivate students to learn the code is to provide them with tools to help them create games, just like us, working with the team at FUZE is fantastic. Scratch and FUZE is a step-by-step solution between industry-standard languages such as C ++, Java, Python and Lua.
The original story [Thu 5th Nov, 2020 16:15 GMT]: If you are a British player who grew up in the 80s Dizzy No introduction required. The egg-based hero created by The Oliver Twins has starred in numerous adventures in a variety of settings, including NES.
Some similar adventures have been immortalized on Evergate portfolios lately – but if you’re looking for some brand new yolk activity, you’re in luck.
Oliver has twins Announced They are about to release details about the brand new DC installment coded for the switch during the first UK lock (this week, we just entered Locking II: Khan’s Anger).
We are pleased to announce that a news release of our new DC game we wrote on Switch during the first lock will be out very soon!
Nothing more than that announcement, but the fact that Dizzy is getting a new trip is the reason for the celebration. Let us know if you would like to see the news by leaving a comment below.
If you are new to the series, this video of The Incline Game Room will give you a good site: