What perfect timing I hear you cry.
With new games arriving from the legendary Oliver Twins including those from Dizzy, it seems the perfect moment to be bringing a Fast Food Dizzy Tee to the journey.
The original Fast Food Dizzy game was developed incredibly fast and was originally going to be used as a Happy Eater restaurant marketing campaign but this idea was dropped during development and Dizzy was added to the game. What a great idea that was.
The 8-bit versions of the game that we primarily remember were released for the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64. It was the 64 version mostly played. The maze style of the game was different to others but enjoyable all the same.
The new version of this wonderful maze game is now available on the Switch, so we thought instead of the retro image, we would share one of the new ones, so here you go...
Thanks to the Oliver Twins, their royalties from the sale of all Dizzy Tees go to support the work of games industry mental health charity Safe In Our World.
Please continue to share the journey with other retrogamers and get them on board and wearing their story.
Together we are all #KeepingTheGameAlive