I think I'm the first person to reply with some feedback on the Android version. I was playing on a HTC Desire running CynaogenMod 7. It was not a pleasant experience. I'm a Dizzy fan, so I endured it to reach the end, but here's some of the problems I faced:
Straight off the bat, installing from the Android Market was a problem, the game wanted 70MB of space. Luckily I've modified the default partition sizes on my phone, so was able to get away with deleting a few apps to make enough room for it, however I think people running stock ROMs with stock config would struggle. It's by far the largest app on the entire phone.
The game was OK, but the chunks of scenery took a while to load in, I would commonly be able to walk along and if I was lucky, hit a wall and be unable to move until it loaded. If I was unlucky, I'd end up trapped in the terrain. This made walking across clouds annoying (and dangerous). The upstairs corridor with the Dizzy doppelganger was bugged like you wouldn't believe, half the time I'd fall through the trapdoor while walking along, even when it did work, I'd then find the next bit of scenery would refuse to load and I'd be stuck.
When this occasions happened (regularly) where I'd be stuck, the only option is to force quit the Android app from the applications menu. This happened regularly enough that it became tedious (every few minutes).
Another problem I had was that I dropped the holy cheese and was unable to pick it up again, I just couldn't get the pixel perfect alignment sorted.
I know it's a bug thread, but I feel bad giving negative feedback, so here's some positive for balance.
It's great to see a Dizzy game again, even if it's one that I know the story to off-by-heart. The music was OK, although I'm a C64 person, so wish it was that music instead
. The ending music (Treasure Island Dizzy in-game music on C64) was really good. The graphics look amazing, they really capture the classic feel of Dizzy in a good way.
The only other things to hope for is that the game is released on PC (distribute via Steam!) and that these bugs and issues can be polished and maybe some of the bigger classic Dizzy games can be released (Fantasy World, Magicland). Thanks to Paul and the team behind this game for bringing Dizzy back.