NES game Mystery World Dizzy finally releases after more than two decades
Posted on 4 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News | 4 Comments
Mystery World Dizzy was initially planned to hit the NES in 1993 as a port of the arcade game Fantasy World Dizzy. More than two decades later, it has finally been released in celebration of the character’s 30th birthday. You can play it in your browser right here. A Kickstarter campaign will also be taking place soon to offer an NES cartridge version.
Adding on to that, the National Videogame Arcade in Britain also has a new exhibition in place featuring organization sketches, design documents, and a recreation of the team’s original work studio. And if you want even more than that, you can pick up the book Let’s Go Dizzy: The Story of The Oliver Twins with commentary from Philip and Andrew Oliver.