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DOSGénération 4 (Jan, 1994)
Très jouable et mignon tout plein, ce jeu est vendu à un prix extrêmement compétitif !
Atari STST Format (Mar, 1993)
Bubble Dizzy is a prime example of a super idea that sadly falls flat as a game. Your basic vertical-scroller, the twist in this game is that the bubbles pop after a random amount of time, tumbling you all the way back to the ocean floor. So, you have to guess when they're going to go, and just before they do, you have to hop onto another one. Unhelpfully, the bubbles appear randomly as well, so - yes - advancing through the level is more a matter of luck than judgment. There are ledges and friendly creatures you can jump onto for a breather, but acute frustration is likely to set in after you've fallen all the way back about twice.
Commodore 64Commodore Format (Mar, 1992)
The idea isn't bad, but when you actually get into the game, it's, er, rather boring. After a while, you'll get the hang of it and will complete level one, Level two is a different set of ledges and stuff, but the game is the same. Level three is more of the same too. Bubble Dizzy is a bit like a sub-game, really - it's just not exciting to be a £3.99 game in its own right.
DOSPC Player (Germany) (Jan, 1994)
Da seufzt man zufrieden und denkt, man habe es hinter sich. Doch ein halbes Jahr nach »Magic Land« läßt der Hersteller seinen Dizzy mit dotterweichen Spielprinzip auf die Nerven des unbescholtenen Testers los. Anscheinend mögen Code Masters ihr Serien-Ei nicht, sonst hätten sie es nicht mafiamäßig versenkt und das Spielprinzip derart ausgedünnt — wenn so etwas überhaupt noch machbar ist. Hatte der Vorgänger »Magic Land Dizzy« wenigstens noch den obskuren Charme eines Billigspiels, so ist Bubble Dizzy einfach nur noch billig und obskur. Wie so oft ist man - trotz des niedrigen Preises — mit einem Shareware-Titel besser bedient. Also, Jungs - noch so‘n Dizzy und ich haue euch mitsamt eurem Ei in die Pfanne.