The Lemmings Games
If you know something which is missing here don't
hesitate to tell me
The commercial games
All of them are published by
They are available on numerous platforms:
Commodore C 64,
Sinclair Spectrum 128k,
Sinclair Spectrum 48k
Nintendo Game Boy,
Sega Mega Drive (Genesis),
Sega Master System,
Sega Game Gear,
Amiga CDTV + CD32,
For demo versions take a look at the
- the original Lemmings game.
also called: Lemmings 1
includes 120 levels in 4 different ratings (Fun, Tricky, Taxing and
Mayhem). The Amiga and Atari ST version has 30 extra levels for
2-player mode. I got information that SNES version has got an
extra 5th rating called Sunsoft which seems to have at least 10
For the Archimedes a different version running on the desktop in
windows is available
Platforms: Amiga, Atari ST, PC, Mac,
Archimedes. not sure about the levels: Nintendo
(SNES, NES, DMG), Sinclair Spectrum (128K + 48k), C 64, ...
- Oh NO! More Lemmings
- similar to the original Lemmings
sometimes referred to as Lemmings 2.
100 levels in 5 different ratings (Tame, Crazy, Wild, Wicked,
Amiga and ST version with 10 two player levels.
Again, there is an Archimedes windows version too.
Platforms: Amiga, Atari ST, Mac, Archimedes, PC, ...???
- Lemmings for Windows
- contains all the levels from the
original game and Oh No! More Lemmings.
Platforms: Windows 3.1 with Win32S and WinG, is
said to make trouble within Windows 95 - there will be a special
version soon. WinG is not included in the
(download WinG10.zip, unzip it and run setup).
- Lemmings for OS/2
- This version might never get finished. Like
the Windows version, this one includes the original levels and Oh
No! More levels.
- Lemmings 2 - The Tribes
- much more different tasks available
Platforms: Amiga, Atari ST, Archimedes, PC, Nintendo - SNES, Sega Genesis &
Sega CD, Sony Playstation... ? (MAC version has been canceled)
- Christmas Lemmings '91 & '92
- Holiday Lemmings is it's other name. Both versions are available
Platforms: Amiga, PC
- Holiday Lemmings '94 and Holiday Lemmings '93
- also called Christmas Lemmings
whereas the Holiday Lemmings before 1993 where free demo versions with
only few levels these are full games. The '93 edition has got 32
levels and the '94 one 32 new one but includes the 1993 levels too.
Platforms: Amiga, PC, Mac
- Lemmings 3 - The Chronicles
- European name: All New World of Lemmings (the different names
confused me a lot!). Enhanced graphics; style of game has been
changed - I am still not really used to it but I haven't played
it that much yet.
Platforms: PC, Amiga (AGA only)
- Lemmings 3D
- real 3D graphics. 20 training levels + 80 normal game levels.
Warning: game control is quite hard to learn but still a lot of
fun. I am currently in level 50 and hope that the last 30 levels
will be a lot harder to solve.
Platforms: PC, Sony Playstation
- Lemmings Paintball
- totally different from the other Lemming games. In about 100 levels
two teams of lemmings have to shoot each other with colour bullets.
There is a two-player mode for networks.
Platforms: PC with Windows 95, Sony Playstation, MAC?
- Operation Lemmings
- It is a Charityware game (like Shareware, but you pay the money
to charity). It was written by
Chris Foote for the
Amiga. The game may show up here soon, so if you are interested keep
looking here. The right one to play if you are really stuck on one of
the levels or you just finished one you had to start over and over again.
- HP 48 Lemmings
- HP 48 S* version
HP 48 Lemmings. A Lemmings
game for a 'pocket calculator' including a level editor.
HP 48 G* version
(note: I could not verify these 2 links),
Platforms: HP 48
A Lemmings 2 Level Editor
for the Amiga
arrived. It is
written by Chris Hodges
in 100% assemly language and needs Kickstart 2.05, OCS, harddisk,
Lemmings 2 Harddisk version and is shareware. It is available on
Aminet too (in Aminet/game/misc/Lem2LevEd103.lha).
The editor should work
with the UAE (U* Amiga Emulator) which is available for several
The emulators will get their own section once I've got enough
time. For now:
As the Amiga and PC levels differ a bit, Hermann Schinagl wrote
a conversion tool for Amiga levels
to PC ones.
If you want to start your own Lemmings 2 editor,
Hermann Schinagl has written a
Lemmings 2 - The Tribes
level encoding/decoding program.
The Psygnosis Website
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hints and tech help.
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© 1995 - 1997 by Thomas Linder,
Student of Computer Science at:
University of Technology, Vienna,