OK, so I’ve played a few of these NES Dizzy games now and without wanting to point out they’re all the same… they are a bit?
I mean, some of the puzzles are very similar, and there’s a whole heap of asset reuse, but it’s different enough. I think.
This was longer than Dizzy the Adventurer, but actually easier. The puzzle solutions were more obvious (especially if you’ve read Alice in Wonderland on which much of the game is based), and although it was possible to die from high falls or falling in water (but only some water, confusingly), that didn’t happen nearly as much. I also collected all the stars without actually needing to hunt them down.
But, like the other games, Wonderland Dizzy was very enjoyable and still stands up well today.