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Lemmings 3D (DOS)

80
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.3
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

Advertising Blurbs

Print advertisement - PC Player 11/1995:
    "Glorreiche Rückkehr ... ein rundherum gelungenes Comeback"
    MANIAC 10/95, 84%

    "Echt Klasse!"
    GAMEPRO 10/95, Note 1 - und Gold Award

    "Technisch .. ein Gedicht...lohnt sich...für Fans herausfordernder Knobelkunst gleich doppelt!"
    MEGAFUN 10/95, 83%

    3D Lemmings

    SEIEN SIE INDIVIDUELL. MASSENHAFT.

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (110179) on Apr 06, 2010.

Back of box (DOS version):
    The world famous Lemmings are lost in a world of their own. They're puzzled, confused, and they're dying at an alarming rate. So what's new?

    Turning corners, that's what. These 3D Lemmings are fat, they're round, and they can turn through 90 degrees. But only with your help. You and you alone can guide the suicidal rodents through dazzling 3D worlds packed with new features and puzzles to solve. 100 levels, 9 Lemmings skills and over 30 sampled Lemmingese last requests make this a huge and hilarious game for humans everywhere.

    Although if you're a Lemming, steer clear. It could be distressing.

    Contributed by krammer (235) on May 10, 2003.

From uk.playstation.com:
    Everyone's favourite suicidal rodents are back for more puzzle-solving punishment over a massive 80 three-dimensional levels.

    Once again, the lemmings have to be guided across a variety of hazards and their special skills have to be called into play. Doing it in 3D adds, well, a whole new dimension to gameplay. There are diggers, builders, bashers, floaters and all the old favourites to help you out of sticky situations.

    PlayStation allows Lemmings to reach new heights - the game is incredibly easy to get into, but not so easy to get out of . . . If you're looking for an alternative to fast cars, big guns and aliens, and feel like putting in some thought and patience, 3D Lemmings is the game for you.




    Contributed by Grant McLellan (545) on Sep 12, 2001.