NES and Game Gear versions for sale (UK)!
UPDATE: All items are now listed on eBay - see http://search.ebay.co.uk/_W0QQsassZjda2012QQhtZ-1.
As a long-term Dizzy fan I've amassed most of the games over the years, but now I could do with getting rid of a few excess copies.
At the moment I have 2 copies of Fantastic Dizzy available (plus one Cartoon Collection featuring the original Dizzy), all of the following come complete with the original boxes and manuals (and the game media of course!). Photos of all of them are linked to below. P&P will need to be added on but I'll only be charging the amount it costs me, and I think the prices are very reasonable anyway.
I'm getting rid of them as the MD version is enough for me - I don't really need all these copies of basically the same game.
Platform - Item - Additional Info - Media - Box - Manual - Price
Commodore 64 - Cartoon Collection (CJ's Elephant Antics, Dizzy, Seymour Goes to Hollywood, Slightly Magic, Spikey in Transylvania) - complete, and is the big box version - 9 - 6 - 7 - ?2.26
Nintendo Entertainment System - The Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy Plug-through cartridge with map - 100% complete, with the very rare map - 8 - 8 - 7 - ?14.07
Sega Game Gear - Fantastic Dizzy - very rare complete, as it is here - 7 - 6 - 7 - ?3.72
Anybody interested please post here!
Last edited by JDAdams; 02-08-10 at 07:42 AM.
Hard Boiled Egg
Unfortunately I already have all of those, but for those of you out there that love the genesis version I heartily recommend playing the NES plug-thru one through to completion. I'm positive after completing the genesis one there's even more content in the NES one.... I don't remember finding the 'down the rapids' section in the genesis version at all... Hmm....
Hard Boiled Egg
I only played the Sega version once, but from what I remember it looked and played identically to the Amiga version. In the Amiga version, the Down the Rapids section wasn't included; you could collect the barrel just by going to the right hand end of Bridge Street and picking it up, instead of having to play the rapids game first. I assume that this was one of the small differences between the versions of the game called "Fantastic Dizzy" and those called "The Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy".
Originally Posted by Mataeus
Well you were right about the barrel part but the difference between the names were that the game was called Fantastic Dizzy Europe and Australia but the game was called The Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy in the U.S
Exit and don't drop - MOD
Not really m8
Originally Posted by Mervin1337
The Amiga, Sega Megadrive and Master System versions are called Fantastic Dizzy and the NES version is called the Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy.
And as for the games you're selling, well I already own the Megadrive version, including the cartridge that comes with Cosmic Spacehead.
They're still available, and I'm now selling my older Dizzy games as well since I want to "upgrade" to the Amiga versions. I have a "Dizzy Collection" for C64 available, as well as perhaps a "Dizzy's Excellent Adventures" and a "Cartoon Collection"
Quick bump - I've updated the original post and prices are much reduced, quite keen to shift these now
Edit: And again, very cheap now!
Last edited by JDAdams; 22-06-10 at 01:21 PM.
Your Backpack is Empty
How much would the Game Gear one be altogether with shipping?
EDIT: I'm aware that a new member asking to buy something probably seems pretty suss; however, hopefully my eBay feedback can be of assurance.
P&P for the GG one should be ?2.60 for 2nd class, or ?2.82 for 1st - thanks for your interest and sorry for taking so long to get back!