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Old 04 April 2007, 23:03   #41
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who needs egss when youve got amiga
Or who needs boobs when you've got little men
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Old 04 April 2007, 23:14   #42
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who needs egss when youve got amiga
Yeah, but if you've got Dizzy (the game that is) you can have eggs AND an Amiga!
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Old 05 April 2007, 01:39   #43
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Or who needs boobs when you've got little men

haha i won't admit that

GH, i think i may have to try Dizzy. didnt think there was easter games on AMIGA
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Old 05 April 2007, 01:58   #44
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I love Dizzy

...not you Dreamcast Dizzy, don't get excited

Here are all the Dizzy games (take out Spindizzy Worlds though):

http://hol.abime.net/hol_search.php?find=dizzy

Treasure Island Dizzy has to be my favourite as it was the first Dizzy game I ever tried and the most played

There's even an Easter Eggstravaganza Starring Dizzy on one of the Cover Disks
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Old 05 April 2007, 10:45   #45
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Treasure Island Dizzy has to be my favourite as it was the first Dizzy game I ever tried and the most played
Wasn't it difficult though, with only one life? Kinda put me off it to be honest, though I think Fantastic Dizzy is a really good game.
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Wasn't it difficult though, with only one life? Kinda put me off it to be honest, though I think Fantastic Dizzy is a really good game.
It sure was, very frustrating

Still love it though
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Old 06 April 2007, 06:46   #47
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Hey guys, im sure people will think im weird but all my favoutie games feature colourful little men like

SWOS
Sensi Golf
Settlers
Cannon fodder 1 + 2
Mega lo Mania

Does anyone know any other games that are like this?

The great Australian pub-sport of dwarf-throwing?
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Old 06 April 2007, 07:19   #48
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Wasn't it difficult though, with only one life? Kinda put me off it to be honest, though I think Fantastic Dizzy is a really good game.
That's part of why it was fun!

Fun!

Remember when computing was fun!

FUN!!!
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Bit of a long shot this one, but im after a list of cannon fodder magazine relases. at the moment i have
Alien Levels
And Cannon Soccer

is there anymore?

also any clones? I have sensible massacre 1 and 2
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Old 13 March 2009, 21:18   #51
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Not quite Cannon Fodder, but there was Sensible Trainspotting on a coverdisk.
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Asteroids.

The pilot must have been teeeeny
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Not tried it yet but last night I stumble upon Not very festive fodder in HOL.
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thank you for your suggestion but those men are too big for me.
I'm still laughing my ass off a this phrase...
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Old 14 March 2009, 01:07   #57
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This is a great thread! I too like games with tiny beings that I can control (they don't have to be men for me, women will do nicely)

I know this is an Amiga forum but whatabout the Clonk games? I have played Clonk Planet and it was confusing controls. But it just came to me when I read this thread.

The men in Clonk are tiny but it is not top-down, sorry:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clonk
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Someone already mentioned Mega-lo-Mania? Lots of little men to fiddle around with!
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