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This cute little turtle is very dizzy and sliding all over the place in this free online game and really needs your help. It is up to you to help him avoid the sleeping penguins and sliding eskimos, they'll cause you to bounce back. You also have to make sure you don't bounce into the walls as that will cause you to lose a life. Collect as many pizzas as you can each level to earn points. Get bonus points by collecting sweet cherries. You have three lives, and if if you loose them all it is game over. Have fun!
Use the arrow keys (or WASD) to control the turtle.
Do you like turtles, and do you also enjoy to play a cool web game for free? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Dizzy Turtle game online.
A lot of kids thinks it is fun to be dizzy. Visit any playground on a warm summer day, and you'll see them: kids whirling on merry-go-rounds, playing ring-around-the-rosie and simply spinning around and around until they fall down. Spinning around isn't just fun for kids. It actually trains their balance system, which is under construction until about age 15. But, being dizzy isn't always fun, especially not for grown-ups. Who hasn't gotten up quickly from sitting down and felt a little bit dizzy? Or had a stomach virus and things spun a bit? According to Huffington Post dizziness can be a side effect of minor health issues, but it can also be a sign of a serious health problem. Dizziness is a more common complaint among older adults and that is probably because it's a side effect of nearly every prescription drug. Doctors urge you to take dizziness seriously, because even if it is not signaling a serious health condition, it can be the cause of dire health consequences.
No, turtles don't eat pizza. According to livescience.com turtles also eat a variety of foods, from earthworms, grubs, snails, beetles and caterpillars to grasses, fruit, berries, mushrooms and flowers. Both aquatic and land turtles have been known to eat carrion (decaying flesh) when it's available.