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Atari ST User
Your sleep will be haunted by the cries of our dead and the challenge of that screen you just couldn't manage to escape from. These Lemmings are endangered. But puzzling ability is not enough, nor are sheer reflexes or timing. You've got to think like you never have before, feel the level and live as a lemming. Then you might just have a chance.
The One for ST Games
But where Lemmings really scores is in its addictive playability: the initial levels are no real challenge, but they do warm you up nicely by introducing the elements gradually - and by the time you reach the trickier levels you'll be hooked.
Lemmings is damn near perfect. It has all the ingredients of a classic game: simple rules, massive playability, enjoyable graphics and that indefinable something that draws you back again and again. The only major drawbacks are the lack of sound and the potential illegibility of graphics, but neither of these makes the game unplayable. Get into the world of Lemmings and you'll never want to come out again.
Joker Verlag präsentiert: Sonderheft
Die Maussteuerung ist so brillant wie eh und je, dasselbe gilt für das unglaublich fesselnde Gameplay, die witzigen Soundeffekte und die abwechslungsreiche Musikbegleitung.