Lemmings Review

Lemmings Review

Published On June 3, 2007 | By Russ Clow | Reviews
Overall Score
84 %
Great addictive gameplay with plenty of thought having to go into each and every puzzle. Any fan of previous lemmings titles must get this!
Some of the puzzles are quite difficult, and the music can sometimes get a bit repetitive.

Ahh Lemmings, the good ol’ classic game we all love. Well, it’s back, and it carrys the same excitement and entertainment as the original did. For those of you who have never heard of lemmings, the game allows you to take control of a large chain of small blue-green characters (called Lemmings). They will continually walk in a single direction until something gets in their way or are told otherwise by you with one of 8 different commands, including dig, build and stop. It’s not that easy though, as you only get a set amount of the commands, and you have to tactically use them within the puzzle to get them to the exit. With over 40 high definition levels, and new features such as teleporting, the longevity of this already addictive game increases ten-fold.

About The Author

Russ Clow not only nearly shares his name with one of the best Gladiators around, but he also has a bundle of experience under his belt. Since a very young age he's been playing video games, and has been working in the video game industry for most of his working career. Russ is a secret Sony Fanboy, although he tries hard to hide it so as to keep his position as Editor-in-Chief. When he's not playing games, Russ likes to play football with the "lads".