Whizz is an isometric platform game used by 3D platformers to see an isometric viewpoint.
It was released for the Amiga, Amiga CD32, and MS-DOS. Some years later, it was ported to the Super NES, PlayStation, and Sega Saturn.
A player character with magical talents is used within a game and is called ""Whizz"", the short form of Wizard. This game includes many moments as well as magical drama within.The isometric viewpoint is controlled by a controller moving to the right which moves the character from down and right, down directly, and so on.
Each level has a time limit and these controls the time a player can play the game for.Paths through the level aren't always clear-cut. Four types of doors are present in this game, each of which needs a particular icon to pass through it. The doors may be of the form such as ice bricks, key etc. that would take some effort when clearing a path.
You can avoid killing the enemies in your path and instead avoid them, as killing would require you to spend some of your energy.
Saving energy by not killing reduces the significance of the points system.
The name Whizz was used when marketing for the game in it’s reference to the slang term for urination, such as in the advertising slogan ""Ever feel the need for a Whizz real bad? You will.
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