I still greatly enjoy Dizzy AGE games. I too haven't posted in a while because there are few new games, but I greatly regret that Dizzy AGE definitely seems to be having its heydays behind it. On the other hand - at least it was
a success, over the years probably about 200 games have been created! So by all means make another game - and more, if you would change your mind. I also hope that the Russian team who remade the Spectrum fan game "Dizzy X" will also remake "Dizzy Y". They wrote that they aren't sure and I haven't heard from them since - and the Dizzy AGE version of "Dizzy X" was visually astonishing...
Even though I pretty much have no visual imagination - I'm an extreme verbal thinker and I can only "think about how something looks like", never visualise (at least not without a certain kind of external help...) - I'm a sucker for eye candy when it comes to games. Let's diverge from Dizzy for a while: for example, I greatly liked "Broken Sword" 1, 2 and 5 (plus I also enjoyed the fan game "Broken Sword 2,5: The Return of the Templars") and didn't even bother to play parts 3 and 4 because it's ugly 3D
... Back to Dizzy: I never really appreciated Spectrum and have no sentiment for it because I always used to have PCs (the first, non-mine computer I played was an Atari, if I remember well) with DOS and then Windows (btw, I'm such a technological conservative that I deliberately chose Windows 7 even though my computer is just two years old) - but I love the effect some talented game makers can squeeze out of Dizzy Spectrum sprites. I actually like the Dizzy AGE games which are based on Spectrum sprites the best. And the effects achieved in some of the best Dizzy AGE games are really amazing. Some of the ones I liked best in terms of graphics were "Dizzy X", "Mystic Forest Dizzy", "Don't Panic Dizzy", "Dizzy and the Ring of Zaks", "Grogg Island Dizzy", "A Pirate's Life Dizzy", "Dizzy vs. the Snow Queen"... (Btw, I really liked it when I realised that one of the melodies used in that game is "Shchedryk / Carol of the Bells"; I started playing this game for my Ukrainian teacher to show it to her and I asked if she recognises the tune and she started singing: "Shchedryk, shchedryk, shchedrivochka...".