This is one aspect of the site where I would really like some feedback from my visitors. The Dizzy games were released
such a long time ago that getting hold of them is very difficult.
If you know of anywhere where the Dizzy games can be bought for any platform, then I
would be very glad to hear from you. I will put my findings up here.
I can make no guarantees about the security or integrity of any of these
sellers or companies.
The Commodore 64 version of Treasure Island Dizzy is available from Codemasters here. It's a
free download, but you'll need to register.
The Attic Bug, an "independent video game and gaming machine supplier", is a great source for hard-to-find games and accessories, and comes highly-recommended by one of our visitors. They've plenty of Dizzy Games available.
EAGER (Every Amiga Game Ever Released)
has details of where to buy a number of Dizzy games for Amiga. Go to the page for
the game you are looking for, and look at "availability" under
Bolton Game Centre sells Super All-stars for PC. This is a
compilation collection which as far as we know, includes Magicland Dizzy, as well as some
other non-Dizzy games.
Their phone number is +44 (0)1204 494272. However, you need to buy
from the shop itself. The address is:
Bolton Game Centre
148-150 Chorleyold rd
It is worth phoning to check what they have in stock (they may have other
Dizzy games, although when I tried, they didn't); since Dizzy games for PC are rare in the
And finally, one good way to get hold of Dizzy games is to visit auction sites such as eBay.
Please note: there are a number of people around selling illegal Dizzy
CDs (which are often poor-quality too). You can find out more about this issue in this thread of the
Dizzy Community forums.