Welcome to Dizzy Stories
The computer game character 'Dizzy' is an egg-shaped character with boxing gloves, devised by The Oliver Twins. He was the star of a number of successful 1980's computer games, primarily for the Sinclair Spectrum, but also released on the Amstrad, Commodore, PC, and NES.
As with most successful game series, there has been a small but active fan-base ever since the series ended, and this fan base is centered on the forums at www.yolkfolk.com. In 2006 Alex Simion launched DizzyAGE, an Adventure Game Engine dedicated to Dizzy style games, which made it easier for fans to make their own Dizzy games in the original Spectrum style.
This website is intended to be a resource for all the games that I have made using DizzyAGE. This includes not just all the games, but also everything to do with those games, including walkthroughs and maps, as well as hopefully providing a small insight into how the games were made, and the thought processes behind them.
Latest Update - 16/01/2012
Late last year I created a very small game, with as many puzzles as possible all squeezed into one room. The result is Log Cabin Dizzy, which you can download from the games page (now that I've finally been able to upload it!)
The Legal Stuff:
"Dizzy", "The Yolkfolk" and all related characters and titles are trademarks of
Oliver Twins Limited and The Codemasters Software Company Limited.
All rights reserved.
All games available on Dizzy Stories are licensed under a Creative Commons License.