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What cha reakon guys? A new zone or just some of the old levels upside down?
The fourth world is another set of 10 levels (based on the general theme of ghosts & ghouls etc, as far as I can remember). You can only access it by completing all 10 screens of the "hard" world.
i can't play that dos version,
from what i can remember its far to fast, and you can't really see were your going an whats chasing you..lol it wasn't all that clear.
Not as good as the original version.
This version was also on Amiga and Atari ST, the levels are less faster on those versions.
The first three screens were called "Dead Centre of Town", "Going Underground" and "Wizard's Tower". I've no idea about the other 7 because I never got that far.
I got this far and died, I take it you need to complete that level to access it on the level select screen.
Got further today, I forgot to take a screenie for level 2. it was a underground sewer sort of level.
This the one you had trouble with AndyC?
Here are the levels after it, the last image was where I got game over.
IMO, this game is pretty much a matter of waiting or trying to reach a certain item to get rid of the monsters and finishing a level.
Heres the music for this level.
And the reason why I've posted all this, is because I find it rare for Dizzy fans to get this far on this version of Fast Food.
That IS odd...
some of those levels do look a tad gruesom dont they....
Thanks for putting those up, Adz.M, I've always wondered what the last few levels looked like. I think the best thing is that you got so far with so many lives left (I remember being on one life for ages, and getting very annoyed at being killed on Wizard's Tower, as I was due for an extra life immediately afterwards).
I wonder if the Food for Thought board was the inspiration for the Amazing Illusion screen on FWD?
^ I doubt it as FWD came before this version of Fast food.. chances our that was the inspiration of this room.
Has anyone completed the original????
By original I take it you mean the 8-bit versions?
I've gotta feeling it doesn't end.
A long time ago, I did an infinate lives thing on the Speccy version, I beat the 20 levels upside down, then after level 30 upside down, I ended up back in level 10 upside down, I gave up at that point.
I think this Puzzle room level is where the Fantasy World Illusion idea came from.
11-06-08, 07:50 AM
How many levels in that game? :v2_dizzy_confused2:
17-08-08, 11:11 AM
Adz is right.
After completing all 4 levels, you get to start all over again from level 1, but this time the screen turns upside down and left/right keys are reversed.
After completing all 4 levels like that again the game reverses to the right way up and you go back to the start of level 1 again, keeping your score as you go and so on and so on...it never ends.
I did this using the St version on an emulator by cheating to save the game as i went so it looked like dizzy never died. (for the upside down bits, I cheated again by reversing the key direction for left/right arrows and flipped the screen using ctrl+alt+up/down) so it was like playing normally.
Does anyone know if theres a cheat code to enter in the high score table? like in Fantasy world?
btw - The ctr+alt+arrows is pretty cool - I did that to someones computer at work and it ws funny watching them panic when they thought theyd got a virus! ho-ho!
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