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Spellbound Dizzy (Atari ST)

Spellbound Dizzy Atari ST Title screen

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Description

Spellbound Dizzy is a continuation of the adventures of the egg and his friends, this time containing over 100 screens with individual names. Dizzy has trapped himself in a strange world whilst experimenting with a spell book, and must find his way out. Gameplay is mostly similar to the previous games, combining puzzle-solving and object manipulation with arcade-style jumps and hazard-dodging. Lateral thinking is required to decipher the riddles found on scrolls. There are also extra arcade sections on a runaway mine-cart and for a spot of scuba-diving.

Screenshots

Spellbound Dizzy Atari ST The starting location
Spellbound Dizzy Atari ST Jumping on a trampoline
Spellbound Dizzy Atari ST Title screen
Spellbound Dizzy Atari ST The windy shaft!

Alternate Titles

  • "Dizzy 5" -- Informal Name

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The Press Says

ST Action Feb, 1993 77 out of 100 77
ST Format Jan, 1993 71 out of 100 71

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Trivia

There are in fact two Spellbound Dizzy games. The one documented here was released on its own, for several systems, and contains over 100 screens. The other was included in the C64 compilation 'Dizzy's Excellent Adventures' and contains an entirely-different 25 screens.
Knyght (645) added Spellbound Dizzy (Atari ST) on Oct 31, 2003
Other platforms contributed by Martin Smith (63136) and Knyght (645)