|gumpy - 2012-06-12|
This game has some of the best C64 music ever!
|TeamRocketReviews - 2011-09-07|
I don't know why, but this is my favorite in the series. Maybe it's Matt Grey's amazing soundtrack. I haven't really played many of the games in the series.
|p.a. - 2010-08-29|
It's Dizzy, therefore it's good, but it's one of the weakest, I think. People like this game more than the previous Dizzy game, and yes, there's an improvement - great music, slightly better graphics and the ability to carry 3 items at a time...But, on the other hand, the inventory system is dreadful (especially when you have to pick/use things in the water) and you have only 1 life. I also preferred the puzzles and atmosphere in the first Dizzy game. Treasure Island begins in a mysterious way, but later on it's just trading, nothing more.
|stujwilson - 2009-06-04|
This was the only Dizzy game I ever completed without cheating!
It was definately my favourite from the series.
|Richard of TND - 2009-01-18|
Good game, but it is a shame that Dizzy only had one life and then game was over. Best part of the game was the music by Matt Gray. Awesome stuff!
|Almost a Fallen Angel - 2007-12-10|
I seem to remember this as one of my favourite Dizzy games, though I think I found it pretty irritating and tough too. Still otta love the little egg though
|||)()|_ - 2007-10-30|
I played Dizzy - A Cartoon Adventure first and loved it. But this is my favourite out of the series. Ok, you might only have one life, But you can hold 3 items compared to the first in the series. I guess something had to give. I still load this one up hoping to complete it again one day. Maybe tomorrow! If your stuck on the last coin, Im pretty sure your talking about the one hidden behind the tree bark at the tree house complex. That always caught me out. F'in Top Game!
|Roger Frames - 2007-10-20|
Crap, like most Dizzy games.
Where to begin? From the Spectrum-esque graphics? The crappy movement which makes navigation a pain in the ass? The hideous inventory system (only 3 items and you must use them in the order you pick them up)? The bog standard puzzles?
The C64 was blesssed with many excellent arcade-adventures, but this one ain't one of them. Music's good though.
|Robin Rixon - 2004-07-24|
Fantasy was better, had more storyline than this. I also hated the one life on this, one little mistake such as a mis-hit of the firebutton or a step in the wrong direction mean't going back and starting again. Regardless, it's still a classic game.
|Joe - 2004-03-24|
I agree with "Dean Woodyatt" I could never find the last coin in this game, but it was the best game I ever played for sure!
|Zodiac - 2004-03-11|
Now he"s on a island?!How the hell did he get there?If he's dumb enoughf to keep geting into this shit you should just leave him there!...Die walking egg thing!!!
|Mayboy64 - 2004-02-14|
Great game Very hard mainly because of the 1 life, and how easy it was to drop the snorkel while scrolling through inventory in the water If u fancy a challenge this has 2 be the most difficult Dizzy
|Gemma Brown - 2004-02-02|
This was the first Dizzy game I ever owned, and it remained my favourite even after playing all the others.
|dreael - 2003-12-03|
Fortunately, we have C 64 emulators today where there is a RAM snapshot function so you can simply "save" and "load" the game and getting rid with the one life limitation.
|DeAdLy_cOoKiE - 2003-04-13|
Perhaps the best in the series. I liked playing the Amiga version (nice tune).
|TWR - 2003-04-01|
Another game in the Dizzy serie and another childish game from Codemasters. Pretty colourful and neat graphics, OK sound and allright to play.
|Dean Woodyatt - 2003-02-28|
Where was that last coin, 29 of 30 was the most I ever got...
|Phil - 2002-12-09|
A superb game well ahead of its time. Such a good strategy game. The best Dizzy game
|Magnate - 2002-10-21|
The spirit of Treasure Island makes this game the best one in Dizzy series. I won't forget those great times spent in front of my old b/w TV...
|Mike - 2002-09-24|
A far more polished article than the previous Dizzy game. Treasure Island is augmented by improved visuals, a great soundtrack and the ability to carry more than one item at once!
The only downside is you have only one life. This can prove very frustrating if you slip up later on in the game. Don't let this put you off though - Treasure Island Dizzy is a must play game.
|Dan - 2002-08-30|
I totally disagree with the review for this game. Treasure Island Dizzy was the first game I ever played on my Amstrad CPC 464 and in my opinion is the best of all the Dizzy-genre games
|Arius Myst - 2002-06-30|
The Dizzy games in their entirety are still the best games you can get. No matter what platform you're playing these games on they rock and will always rock. I salute you Oliver Twins.
|chris - 2002-05-20|
I think this game is excellent, I grew up with it and I remember the nite my mum and dad brought it me home as a present! we spent ages looking for that snorkel, what a classic
|Adrian - 2002-01-04|
This games is more fun on Amiga computers.
But it is cooler sound on the Commodore 64.