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Oh No! More Lemmings is the follow-up to Lemmings. The game features 100 new levels, and all new graphics and music. It was released in both a stand-alone and an add-on version.


Oh No! More Lemmings DOS Objective Screen (Tandy)
Oh No! More Lemmings DOS Crazy - Level 2
Oh No! More Lemmings Atari ST Blowing up the Lemmings
Oh No! More Lemmings DOS Main Menu

Promo Images

Oh No! More Lemmings Magazine Advertisement

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User Reviews

Oh Yes, More Lemmings! DOS Nowhere Girl (7664)
The worst Lemmings release - basically a cash-in DOS Martin Smith (74140)
One of my favorite games of all time Macintosh Steve Kudelko (3)
An absolute classic DOS James Walter (285)

Critic Reviews

Info Amiga Mar, 1992 5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars 100
Power Play Amiga Feb, 1992 5 out of 5 100
Datormagazin Amiga Mar 12, 1992 95 out of 100 95
Amiga Computing Amiga Mar, 1992 94 out of 100 94
The One for Amiga Games Amiga Jan, 1992 91 out of 100 91
CU Amiga Amiga Feb, 1992 84 out of 100 84
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) DOS Jan, 1992 10 out of 12 83
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Amiga Jan, 1992 10 out of 12 83
Amiga Power Amiga Jan, 1992 82 out of 100 82
Amiga Format Amiga Feb, 1992 82 out of 100 82


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PC Player covermount

On the cover CD of the German magazine CD Player 02/1994, the "demo version" of the game is the full game instead. The editorial team received two unlabeled disks from Psygnosis - one with the full version and another one with the demo version for the CD - and mixed them up.


The order the six tunes play on each system is sometimes a little bit different. The Amiga and Macintosh versions play them in this order:
  • Tune 1
  • Tune 2
  • Tune 3
  • Tune 5
  • Tune 6
  • Tune 4
The MS-DOS and Atari ST play them in this order:
  • Tune 1
  • Tune 2
  • Tune 3
  • Tune 4
  • Tune 5
  • Tune 6
The original six tunes from the Amiga version of the game were quite short, while on other systems (Atari ST, DOS, and Macintosh) the songs had parts added to them making them almost a minute longer. For example, the original Amiga Tune 5 goes for 46 secs while the Macintosh version goes for 2 minutes and 5 seconds, twice as long as the original. The song has a new Intro (0:00-0:12) before the original Amiga tune, which loops twice (0:12-1:25), and a new finish (1:25-2:05). Similar things are done to the other five songs.

Two-Player Exclusive

As with its predecessor Lemmings, the Amiga and Atari ST ports contained 10 special two-player levels.


Oh No! More Lemmings was available either as a stand-alone game or as a datadisk for Lemmings. The stand-alone version cost more. A Windows 95 version of Lemmings was released in 1995, including (nearly) all of the levels from Lemmings and Oh No! More Lemmings. The game was ported to the new operating system (OS) by Visual Sciences.

Information also contributed by Copland-II and krammer.

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Contributed to by Famine3h (405), Kabushi (256017), Martin Smith (74140), IJan (1990), Terok Nor (30335) and Copland-II (143)