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I am very thankful I had the money to purchase The Oliver Twins Collection on the Evercade system. There are eleven retro video games on this cartridge. The eleven games on the The Oliver Twins Collection are The Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy, Super Robin Hood, Wonderland Dizzy, Panic Dizzy, Go! Dizzy Go!, Firehawk, Professional BMX Simulator, Dreamworld Pogie, Dizzy the Adventurer, Mystery World Dizzy, and Treasure Island Dizzy. There are seven action adventure, one racing, one shooter, and two puzzle games on the The Oliver Twins Collection cartridge.

I vaguely remember some of the Dizzy video games from the past. To be honest I did not know about many of them. Which is what makes the The Oliver Twins Collection so very cool. I can now be educated to those games in one place to easily play them. What impresses me most about The Oliver Twins Collection is how the action adventure video games have a step beyond what I was expecting. We collect and use items in these games. There is even a previously unreleased game on the The Oliver Twins Collection cartridge.

The Oliver Twins Collection spans 8-bit and 16-bit machines. The Oliver Twins Collection contains console and PC video games. It is neat to see how easy it is to play PC video games on the Evercade handheld and home console video game systems. These games look good and sound good considering the era they come from. The games on the The Oliver Twins Collection cartridge are fun to play.

I love how we get to explore in The Oliver Twins Collection. The Professional BMX Simulator is fun once you learn the controls. Firehawk is an interesting shooter. The puzzle games are fun to learn on the The Oliver Twins Collection cartridge. Dizzy was a well known mascot from the past. I hope this character comes back in future video games. The price of the The Oliver Twins Collection is very reasonable at twenty dollars brand new.
- Paul


Graphics: 74%
Sound: 83%
Replay/Extras: 95%
Gameplay: 88%
Family Friendly Factor: 77%

System: Evercade
Publisher: Blaze Entertainment
Developer: Oliver Twins
Rating: ‘7’ - Everyone SEVEN and OLDER ONLY

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