The curate's Egg, Dizzy has had all of his relatives kidnapped. Before their heads are viciously cracked open with spoons, you've got to save them all by moving from relative to relative, guiding them around an updated Pac-Man like series of screens. What a plot eh?
It certainly feels like it's aimed at the younger player, this game. Bright primary colours and ear-filling, zappy noises abound, and you move the large, cartoony sprite around each location avoiding ghosts and scoffing point bonuses. Kwik Snax is pretty big, so you have a lot to do, but it's ultimately rather repetitive and your attention will wander. It's smooth enough, though, and gets harder as you progress, making it fairly playable for a while.
The different scenarios you can play do add a feeling of getting quite a lot for your money. But each level does seem to be a similar proposition to all the others. The backgrounds and sprites are changed, but the basic gameplay remains the same. It's still a sort of up-dated Pac-Man.
If you're looking for an arcade game, and you're not under the age of 12 (and completely fixated by talking eggs and bright flashing colours), it's better to go for an altogether more interesting and stylish re-release. One like Venus The Flytrap, for example.