The Dizzywood Look Book and Fashion Cam

The Dizzywood Look Book and Fashion Cam

One of the most popular things to do in Dizzywood was to try on all the different fashion and clothing items in the game. Many items were rare and only rewarded as quest items. Others could be purchased with coins in one of the several stores found throughout Dizzywood (Groomfur’s in Canal City was a favorite). One of the earliest fashion features was the Dizzywood Fashion Cam, which let you take a snapshot of your style and save the image to your computer for sharing with friends. A later feature of the game was the Dizzywood Look Book, which allowed players to store their favorite “looks” for immediate recall. What was your favorite look in Dizzywood? Share your fashion memories in the comments below!

Dizzywood Fashion Cam

Even the basics looked stylish with the Dizzywood Fashion Cam.

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  1. Started playing Dizzywood when I was 10 and now I’m 14 and I still miss this site so much. It helped me through a lot as my parents were getting a divorce and I was showing signs of depression and other mental illnesses, I needed this site and I cannot thank you enough for that.
    Please bring Dizzywood. I no longer play on sites but I would play DW everyday, loyally. It makes me happy. People still care about Dizzywood, a lot of people. It’s wonderful that you guys are updating and making blog posts but all I want is to (somewhat) escape again, no matter how old I am.

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    • My mistake, I started playing Dizzywood when I was 9.

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  2. I was a respected Dizzy, I was in the DW Movie Club. I started playing when I was 7 actually. I looked forward everyday to going home from school and going onto Dizzywood to talk to the friends I never really had. I play ourworld now with a few Dizzywood friends, but it’s just not the same. BRING DW BACK!

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  3. I wish I still could do this

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  4. I miss everything about Dizzywood 🙁 i cant believe its gone….please bring it back.

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  5. My favourite look was wearing black hair with the upwards baseball hat…. and for outfits, I had the heart leggings or jeans, and a tank top!

    And yeah, I began playing Dizzywood in 2007 when I was 13 and now I am 19, and still miss Dizzywood too!

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  6. :'( imiss dizzywood

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  7. Even though you (dizzywood) are posting these things
    People aren’t getting anything out of it.
    We want back the game and we would want to hope that it was coming back but our hope has been crushed since these past years /;
    .Sigh.

    We miss dizzywood.

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  8. I enjoy these posts, I really do. I remember all of the amazing emotions I had playing the game, getting so many flashbacks – 7 years old, no worries in the world~ However I think these are giving us false hope. Like showing a puppy to a kid, and he expects to keep the puppy, but then you just take it away. I know you cannot say for sure if Dizzywood will return, but the most we’ve gotten is ‘Dizzywood could return in some way, shape or form’ or something like that. Even if you don’t have a proper plan yet, could you do a post confirming that you are, or are not working on plans to bring Dizzywood back somehow? It would mean a lot to us loyal people that have stayed here until the end.

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    • I really agree. Stop teasing us Dizzywood. We are looking for answers! Just tell us if you are bringing dizzywood back in a shape or form or not. If you don’t tell us soon you are going to lose even the most loyal people. I’ve been checking this website every month.

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  9. Also posting these things are not helping.
    You are just making us more sad.
    We miss dizzywood.
    We miss you.
    We want you.
    We want trust.
    We want hope.
    We just want dizzywood in a shape or form.

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  10. Dizzywood helped me through my Social Anxiety a lot. It hit me hard again when Dizzywood closed down, I didn’t feel like an outcast on Dizzywood. Please re-open it 🙁

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  11. It’s rather nice that the website is still being updated 🙂

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  12. okay so I was in love with Dizzywood, it helped me when I was first diagnosed with depression and anorexia. everybody on there was so nice! I never told anybody about my real life problems, but I did meet one girl and we instantly connected and we were going through the same thing. anyways, what I’m trying to say is so many people loved Dizzywood! when my sister left for the service I remember being on Dizzywood instead of saying goodbye. I remember just sitting in school dreading the fact that I could be online on this website if I was at home. everyday I would run home and just log on. Dizzywood was my world. So many of the people on here were better friends than my “friends” in real life. there was rarely ever any drama! everyday I come home and I get on the computer and get on this website to see if its back. When I found out it was closing I started bawling my eyes out. I didn’t talk to anybody for weeks. But when the glitch was there and you could still on I would just enjoy my moments on there knowing that it could possibly be my last. The day it was officially gone I remember just logging on and seeing it, and saying to myself.. “This is it, it’s really over now.” To be honest, I’m still mourning this website. It was like a part of me died with it. I think all the Dizzys could agree with me. No website could ever compare to Dizzywood! It was the perfect place to get away from reality. Please, bring it back. We all loved it and still do! I know that nothing I say could change the fact that it’s gone, but its worth a shot, a shot that must be taken. I was on Dizzywood since a little after it began. My first day, this girl came up to me and she was the nicest person, I couldn’t remember her name if my life depended upon it, but she had blue hair. It’s just hard to realize that it’s gone, and has been for awhile. Dizzywood changed my life. It gave me a forever within the numbered days, and I cant tell you how thankful I am for that little infinity. (I just quoted TFIOS but whatever) I must thank the staff of dizzywood though for making this all happen. Even though I don’t know any of you I love you all for just creating this perfect website. I can’t blame you for it getting shut down, so I’m not going to take it out on you. Welp this is really long and I think I’m going to wrap this up. Dizzywood influenced everybody’s life so positively, and we thank you for that. No other website could compare to its beauty.
    ~ lilybean258 (former dizzywood user)

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  13. The feels are strong with this one.

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  14. I dont like Dizzywood because I LOVE DIZZYWOOD!

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  15. I first discovered Dizzywood when I was about eleven. As a shy kid, often bullied for preferring books over people, making friends was remotely impossible for me. I stumbled upon Dizzywood one day- my attention was sparked by an add- and three minutes later I was hooked. It became my haven, a place where I could escape. A place filled with secret spy headquarters, and ancient ruins. Creative freedoms, and equally quirky friends. I could be a vampire one day, and a cheerleader the next. In truth, Dizzywood’s pixels and keyboard cliques were more real to me than reality itself. Dizzywood brought out beauty in everyone it touched. It was a place children could let their imaginations run and truly be themselves. I am forever grateful for what your website did for me, and how it helped mold me into who I am today. I am seventeen now, and about to graduate a year early. I can’t say I’d return to Dizzywood if you brought it back to life. I’m not at a stage where I need it anymore, but that doesn’t mean I’ll ever forget the friends I made there or the joy and freedoms it granted me. I hope one day you all realize that what you created was more than a simple virtual world for us, but a realm of beauty, imagination, and acceptance. And I thank you from the bottom of my heart for gifting us with that.

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    • Aww I’m sorry you were bullied 🙁 I was 8 when I joined, and I truly love Dizzywood

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  16. Since this post has become a minefield of nostalgia I’ll just join in…
    … When I think of the experiences in my life that most empowered me to seek my greatest potential, that would be playing Dizzywood. It truly was a realm of acceptance, friendship, problem-solving, and creativity. The memory of its depth, character development, programming magic, illustrations, format, etc. etc., inspire me to this day. When I begin projects, I imagine myself approaching them in the way that I imagine the Dizzywood creators approached this game. I try to approach them with the same attitudes of cooperation and collaboration that Dizzywood taught me.
    I thank the creators of Dizzywood for providing me with such learning experiences and for being the conduit through which my childhood flowed on to a greater understanding of the world around me.

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    • I couldn’t say it any better ^^
      I found Dizzywood while searching for adventure and I sure got a unique virtual world. The concept and characters are still very important to me.

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  17. I remember using the look book function, great memories!
    Dizzywood offered a great amount of options for customizing your character.

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  18. What was so special about dizzy woods???

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  19. well I will like to play this game

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