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Lemmings 2: The Tribes

DOS - 1993

Also available on: Amiga - Game Boy - Genesis

Year
1993
Platform
DOS
Released in
United States
Genre
Puzzle
Theme
Platform, Real-Time
Publisher
Psygnosis Limited
Developer
DMA Design Limited
Perspectives
2D scrolling, Side view
Dosbox support
Fully supported on 0.70
4.39 / 5 - 26 votes

Description of Lemmings 2: The Tribes

Lemmings 2: The Tribes* is a great sequel to Psygnosis’ famous puzzler Lemmings, although it never was quite as popular.

Everyone’s favorite furry critters are back, and this time, they come with all new abilities and much more varied terrain. The basic premise remains the same as in Lemmings: you start out with a certain number of lemmings. Then walk in a strait line, and your goal is to command them to do certain tasks that will help them to get to the exit without dying. Instead of one big happy family, Lemmings 2 features 12 different "tribes" of lemmings. Your goal is to escort each tribe though 10 levels so you can win a talisman for each tribe (you win gold, silver, or bronze depending on how many lemmings you are able to save). There are now 60 instead of 8 skills that you can assign to the lemmings, but fortunately they are limited to 8 per level, so the simple elegance of Lemmings is kept intact. Lemmings 2 is also more forgiving than its predecessor in that you don’t have to rescue every lemming in a level to proceed. You have 60 lemmings at the start of each tribe, and any lemmings you rescue come over to the next level. However, since you can only finish a game after you have all pieces of the talisman, you have to try to save as many lemmings as possible on each level. Although most new skills are variants of the old ones, there are some fun additions, such as hanggliding, that require both precise timing as well as planning. With more devious level designs, more skills, and more lemmings antics than the first game, Lemmings 2: The Tribes is a strong sequel that deserves no less notice than its famous ancestor does. Two thumbs up!

Review By HOTUD

Comments and reviews

Trollo 2016-04-20 0 point

Could only play the first level of each world, next level button only put me back to main menu. Worked as expected after running install and copying the crack file to installed folder. Ran the game with l2crack and no more problems :)
Such a great game! Shame there's no modern version for smart phones.

honestfi 2013-08-17 0 point DOS version

Had no such trouble. Sorry if this is stating the obvious, but you do realise that all worlds start on level 1, and you have to beat each one? Anyway, mine's working fine on windows 7. Save the download items somewhere you can find it easy, such as c:\games, I called the folder lem. In DOSBox type
mount c: c:\games\lem (or wherever you saved it).
Type c:
Type l2p1 (this unpacks some files)
Type l2p2 (this unpacks some more files)
type l2...and away you go :-)

duck 2012-10-21 0 point DOS version

magilvia said Only loads the first level for each world

duck said yes Only loads the first level for each world

magilvia 2012-10-13 0 point DOS version

Only loads the first level for each world.

Elizabeth 2011-12-29 0 point DOS version

it wont open ):(

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