User Reviews

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Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 4.2
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 4.0
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 4.0
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 4.0
Overall User Score (12 votes) 4.0

Critic Reviews

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Power Play (Feb, 1992)
Im Gegensatz zur MS-DOS-Fassung lassen sich die Lemminge auf Amiga und ST wieder zu zweit retten. PC-Eigner müssen alleine spielen, deshalb kommt es hier nur etwas niedrigeren Wertung.
Info (Mar, 1992)
Oh No! is available in two versions, one a stand-alone and the other an add-on disk that requires the original Lemmings. There are 100 new screens to solve and they have the same range of difficulty as the originals. Overall, these new levels are even better than the first set. I think that's probably because the designers have had more time to create them and have also had a year's worth of feedback from players. At any rate, if you're a Lemmings fan, Oh No! is an absolute requirement for your collection.
Datormagazin (Mar 12, 1992)
Psygnosis bjuder som alltid på snygg grafik och bra musik. Inte mycket att säga om med med andra ord. Helt enkelt en bra och prisvärd uppföljare som ingen Lemmingsfantast bör missa. Och givetvis en höjdare för alla som missade Lemmings förra året.
Amiga Action (Feb, 1992)
The big question with most data disk releases is usually: is it worth spending money on more of the same? With Oh No! More Lemmings the answer is undoubtedly YES! Under 20 quid for 100 levels of pure addictive fun is a steal and if you don't believe me, buy this product now and I'll guarantee that within five minutes you'll be completely absorbed. And, having played the game for several nights on the trot, I can say with the same amount of certainty that the radically hardened environment will keep you going for quite some time yet. Prepare to lose your sanity. Forever.
I had my doubts about this when it first came into the office - the price seemed high for what was really only an extra 80 levels, and at first all it generated was a sense of déjá vu (the restriction of the two-player game to 10 levels also seemed a touch miserable). The trouble was that when I went to sit down and actually put these feelings on paper, I couldn't drag myself away from the computer to get started! It may be more of the same, there may be a lack of consistency in the toughness of the levels, it may even be outrageously expensive (Psygnosis probably reckons that you can charge what you like when you're selling to addicts), but this is just as compulsive and frustrating as the original - great stuff.
CU Amiga (Feb, 1992)
Oh No, More Lemmings is exactly what you'd expect it to be and if you liked the first game then you'll definitely find this to your liking. At £19.99 the data disk does seem a tad expensive, but it's one game which will certainly bear the test of time. You'll probably still be playing this a year from now!
Was soll man noch sagen? Lemmings ist halt Lemmings, ein Genie-Streich damals, ein Genie-Streich heute, wenngleich die Begeisterung nicht mehr gar so groß ist – es ist halt nicht mehr neu. Trotzdem sollte sich kein Lemming-Liebhaber diese Data-Disk entgehen lassen, zumal bis zur Veröffentlichung von Lemmings 2 noch ca. ein halbes Jahr vergehen wird.
Amiga Power (Jan, 1992)
Definitely a missed opportunity (I suspect DMA are keeping most of the good stuff under their hats for Lemming 2), but still an excellent game. This lot should keep you going until next Christmas.