Spindizzy Worlds

This sequel to Spindizzy is an isometric, navigation-based puzzle game developed and designed by Paul Shirley.


Spindizzy Worlds is an isometric puzzle game in which the player controls a spinning top named GERALD (Geographical Environmental Reconnaissance And Landmapping Device). The goal is to explore each world, collecting fuel and reaching the exit before GERALD's fuel reserves expire.

The game was originally released on the Amiga and Atari ST home computers in 1990, and then later published by ASCII Corporation for the Super Famicom and SNES consoles in 1992/93. It was also made available for the Japanese home computers the Sharp X68000 and PC-9801 by Arsys Software, where it was known as Spindizzy II. It is the sequel to the 1986 game Spindizzy.