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The best arcade Dizzy game DOS Nowhere Girl (8532)

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ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair (Feb, 1991)
A completely different turnip than the other Dizzy games, but still just as good - if not more so 'cos it's just so spookily addictive. It's really nicely presented too - with colourful graphics and everything. It's ace. In fact I like it so much, I'm not even going to give my copy back!
ZX SpectrumCrash! (Dec, 1990)
Kwik Snax is addictive beyond belief. Once you start playing you just won’t be able to stop, and why should you when it’s as good as this? 100% pure CodeMasters fun and frolics — cannot be missed.
AmigaAmiga Format (Oct, 1992)
Crivvens! The Dizzy family has been banished to lots of vaguely unpleasant places! And you're the only person who can save them. Although you patently don't care, you might know of some youngsters who are into Dizzy. The bright, cartoon-style graphics, the easy-to-read storylines and the general egginess of it all is just right for the tots. And there are four variants of the game here, each involving a different ovoid character. It's like a sort of updated PacMan. There are obvious collectibles to grab, blocks to push around and the nasties to avoid. It really is fine fare for the little 'uns
AmigaGames-X (Oct 24, 1991)
It's a simple little game which has some nice bold cartoon-style graphics, typical of the Dizzy games, and coupled with this there are some suitably amusing sounds and tunes which drive the game along effectively enough. Overall it's a very pleasant game which is a bit of simple fun. I really enjoyed it and can highly recommend it.
Atari STST Format (Nov, 1992)
This is a pleasant, playful little ditty with lots going for it. The sprites are immensely colourful and there are some some excellent backdrops. Kwik Snax is addictive with fiendishly difficult gameplay. Amusing and slick, superb value-for-money.
AmigaAmiga Action (Feb, 1992)
The Dizzy line of games has been around for ages now and more are appearing all the time. In the past the programmers have opted for good gameplay rather than going for breathtaking graphics and stunning sound. This latest release is no exception. While it is not an amazing game the budget price makes it a tempting buy that is ideally suited to those who want a game that they can have a bash at every now and again. However, dedicated gamesplayers will find it a little on the easy side. To sum up, Kwik Snak is an ideal game for those who just want to play something simple and fun.
AmigaAmiga User International (Nov, 1992)
Kwik Snax is playable and fun. Playable. Fun. Those are words scarcely used uttered these days, when all of the media attention is focused on graphics and the size of the game. I'm not suggesting for a moment that the playability of Kwik Snax will set the world alight - just that it makes a nice change to be able to forget a headfull of controls, forget looking at a 3D radar and just play a game for the sake of playing it.
AmigaAmiga Format (Apr, 1992)
The different scenarios you can play do add a feeling of getting quite a lot for your money. But each level does seem to be a similar proposition to all the others. The backgrounds and sprites are changed, but the basic gameplay remains the same. It's still a sort of up-dated Pac-Man. If you're looking for an arcade game, and you're not under the age of 12 (and completely fixated by talking eggs and bright flashing colours), it's better to go for an altogether more interesting and stylish re-release. One like Venus The Flytrap, for example.

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