AUTHOR: Psygnosis RELEASE: 1992 TYP: Strategie SPIELER: 1 LEVEL: 120 SPRACHE: Englisch Partnumber: 7108 EAN: 4974365637088 WERT: 12 Euro

Die Lemminge sind auf dem Marsch! Diese putzigen aber unglaublich dummen Geschöpfe laufen über Klippen, wandern gedankenlos in Flammen und fallen wie Steine in Wasserlöcher. Sie brauchen Ihre Hilfe, damit sie sich 120 spannende Spielstufen hindurch in Sicherheit graben, bauen und sprengen können.

The Lemmings are on the move! These adorable but stupid creatures walk off cliffs, wander mindlessly into flames and drop like rocks into pools of water. They need you to help them dig, build and blast their way to safety through 120 challenging levels.






Level Select
When the Lemming pulls the Sega logo across the screen, hold 1 + 2 and press Left, Right, Up, Down, Left, Right. You should hear a confirmation sound. When the title screen appears, choose your difficulty level, then go on to the New Level box and press Right (or Left) to increase (or decrease) the starting level. Now simply press Button 2 to return to the menu screen and choose the One Player box to play the selected level.


Yes, the classic, all-time legend of a puzzle game for your SMS. The original was released around 1991 for PC. After it's success, it was released for nearly every system at the time including the NES, SNES, Genesis/Mega Drive, and, of course, the Master System. I've only played the original, the NES version, and the Genesis version, but looking at this game it, sadly, pales in comparison to almost all three. As far as gameplay goes, this game has nearly everything that the Genesis version does, except for two major details. First off, there are only 4 levels of difficulty to pick from, not 6, thus I gave it a medium difficulty rating since you can't exactly call the game difficult if it's missing the hardest levels. Mind you, and keep this in thought, I only played a few levels here and there, so it may be that some of the harder levels from the nonexistent fifth and sixth levels were put into the SMS game, taking the place of easier ones. I don't know, as I didn't run through the game, since it was all the same as far as I saw there was no need to do so. Therefore, if you've played the whole way through Lemmings before, STAY AWAY from this, it is the same game almost entirely. There may be a few new levels here and there, but I doubt it. Second, the interface is different due to a control issue. I suppose it's not that important, but it kind of can be depending on how you play this game. Actually wait, yes it is, it is. It's beyond important. You'll see why below. Anyway, that's about it. Everything else is essentially the same, including the various tasks your Lemmings perform. In case for some reason you're not familiar with this game, basically you have to get a certain number of Lemmings (different each level) to a goal. You do so by avoiding obstacles and so forth and by using certain skills that you are provided on each level in order to so. These include building, digging, mining, climbing, and so forth. You get the idea. I think most people have played some version of this. […] In conclusion I'd have to say stay away from this game if you're a player, not a completist, it will offer you NOTHING new and nothing really redeeming whatsoever. Fans of Lemmings will be disappointed. In fact, even if you are a completist you probably won't get this. I'm completely anal with my collection and as soon as I played this I decided to streamline my SMS collection by one less title. -

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