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Commodore 64Commodore Format (Feb, 1992)
A glorious collection for the thousands of Dizzy fans. And a lot for your money.
Atari STAtari ST User (Jul, 1992)
If you're a Dizzy fan then I'd buy this immediately, but if you hate the little egg and wish he would go and get scrambled then avoid - it's as simple as that. My own opinion is that it's an eggcellent little package! OK, so I made a Very Poor Joke - so sue me.
ZX SpectrumSinclair User (Jan, 1992)
Dizzy's excellent adventure has to be the best budget compilation available for the Spectrum this Christmas. It's not exactly riveting action but it will keep you played out and puzzled for a long time.
ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair (Jan, 1992)
All in all, Dizzy's Excellent Adventures is a stonker of a compilation. What's more, it's exactly what you need for the Christmas hols. Eventually you'll get really bored with cold turkey and mince pies, the pine needles will start dropping off the tree and the only choccies left will be the crap coffee creams. At this point of despair you'll be so glad that you bought this game. So think ahead mort petit bleu chapeaux, get down to your local gaming paradise and buy this. So what if you've only got enough money to buy the dog a present. Buy it this, it'll soon get bored when it discovers that cassettes don't smell of other dogs. Then you can nick it back.
AmigaAmiga Power (Jun, 1992)
A great compilation, and even the one-previously-available game deserves a wider audience than it had before, so, er, why not go out and buy it? (Basically.) And on the grounds of the whole being greater than the sum of the parts, I'm going to give it...
AmigaAmiga Action (Jun, 1992)
Codemasters are a strange bunch. The other software houses release games that are usually priced at around £25 or more and can be dull and uninteresting to play while the guys from Shropshire churn out consistently good products for under a tenner.
Atari STST Format (Jun, 1992)
If you're a hardened games player, Dizzy's Excellent Adventures isn't going to offer you anything new or exciting, mentally stimulating or addictive. But if you want something to lighten up your relationship with your ST, this collection is for you. All the games are easy to get into, attractive to look at with big, bold graphics and you can play them and get somewhere without too much trouble, so they're satisfying too. The spark of originality in the uplifting Bubble Dizzy is also very refreshing. So, forget about eggs being bad for you - and get this.
AmigaAmiga Joker (Sep, 1992)
Sonderlich originell sind die Spiele zwar allesamt nicht, aber da den zwei Disketten auch hier wieder fünf Poster beiliegen, könnte der Eiersalat zumindest eingefleischten Dizzy-Fans schmecken. Sofern sie mit der englischen Kurzanleitung klarkommen...