A downloadable game for Windows

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This game started out as an entry for PyWeek#32 and was then ported to C.

How to play: Control the white rectangle with the UP and DOWN arrow keys. Stay on the lanes, avoid the gaps. Survive longest and retain health points for high score.

The "modern" Windows build uses mingw-w64 and SDL2.

The PS Vita Homebrew port uses Vita SDK and libvita2d.

The 3DS Homebrew port uses devkitPro and citro2d.

The NDS Homebrew port uses devkitPro.

The PSP Homebrew port uses pspsdk.

The Gamecube and Wii ports use devkitPro.

The PS1 (PSX) port uses PSn00bSDK.

The PS2 port uses ps2sdk.

The retro ports use OpenWatcom and DJGPP (there are multiple builds, using OSMesa, a custom renderer, and 3Dfx Glide).

Retro port testing and debugging with help from Vogons Forum members.

Project webpage: https://thp.io/2021/dzzee/

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
Made withSDL
Tags3dfx, Arcade, dizzy, DOS, glide, Homebrew, opengl, Retro, Rotation, two-button
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Gamepad (any)


Buy Now$4.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $4 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Dzzee 1.2.0 for Windows 7 and newer (32- and 64-bit) 969 kB
Dzzee 1.2.0 for PS Vita (Homebrew) 92 kB
Dzzee 1.2.0 for 3DS (Homebrew) 127 kB
Dzzee 1.5.0 for PSP (Homebrew) 117 kB
Dzzee 1.6.0 for Wii (Homebrew) 217 kB
Dzzee 1.6.0 for PS1 (Homebrew) 306 kB
Dzzee 1.6.0 for PS2 (Homebrew) 104 kB
Dzzee 1.6.0 for Nintendo DS (Homebrew)
Dzzee 1.6.0 for GameCube (Homebrew) 139 kB

Download demo

Dzzee 1.2.0 for Retro PCs (DOS, Windows 9x/Me/2k/XP) 1 MB

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Awesome graphics! Reminds me of a demo program of QuickBASIC. Any chance this game is open source?

Dzzee is not open source at the moment, however the prototype game (written in Python) is: https://pyweek.org/e/mary-go-round/

This game is awesome! It would've been really cool to explore the source code... Keep up the great work!

wow, this is so cool!