FAST FOOD ZX SPECTRUM

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Artikelnummer: ZX-FASTFOOD-CIB
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Fast Food (sometimes referred to as Fast Food Dizzy) is the title of two slightly different arcade-style maze video games in the vein of Pac-Man featuring the video game character, Dizzy the anthropomorphic egg designed by the British-born Oliver Twins. The game was originally released in April 1989[2] and published by Codemasters. It was the third title to feature Dizzy.

In both games, Dizzy's aim in each maze is to gather all of the food (burgers, pizzas, etc.): some of the food also moves around the maze, either evading Dizzy or trying to meet him. Dizzy is pursued by four mushroom-like monsters: Bonzo, Wizza, Pippa, and Fido. Power-ups and breakable walls add to the complexity of the game.

The 8-bit versions of the game were released for the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC and featured mazes of abstract design, whereas the 16-bit versions released for the Commodore Amiga, Atari ST and MS-DOS featured entirely different environments that were identifiable as real-world locations such as gardens, harbours, graveyards and more.

 

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