Kwik Snax

DOS game, 1993

Amstrad CPC (1990), ZX Spectrum (1990), Commodore 64 (1990), Amiga (1992), Atari ST (1992), DOS (1993)

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Kwik Snax is a direct sequel to Fast Food Dizzy and is therefore a game based on Pac-Man - you move through a maze where you have to collect food (fruit) and avoid being caught by the surrounding monsters. However, you can now also move certain walls to trap or outright kill enemy creatures. During the game, various power-ups can randomly appear on the map, such as bombs, reverse (which means that Dizzy can temporarily drive monsters) or simply bonus points. Dizzy used to be a very popular video game character in the early 90's and the company Codemasters tried to get the most from his fame. They have created several classic Dizzy games and in 1993 released a game, that is sort of mix between Sokoban and pac-man: Kwik Snax. In the game there are several characters from a popular game series - from Dizzy himself to his one love and grandfather. Each level is a some kind of maze in which you move and you can move with individual blocks. Various monsters are chasing you, but you can use blocks to imprison or kill them (better is to imprison them, so the won't appear back). After each successful round there is a bonus round, where nobody is chasing you, but if you decide to move Dizzy one direction, he won't stop untill he hits the nearest obstacle.

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