- Share your custom game levels with other Lemmings fans via the Infrastructure mode (wirelessly upload and download levels)
- Gamesharing allows players to wirelessly transmit via Ad Hoc sample game levels to other PSP system players
- Extensive level editor allows you to create your own game levels
- Addictive levels set in puzzling environments include new & classic levels
- Save the Lemmings in more than 150 levels of frenetic bashing, digging, building, climbing, mining and bombing
List Price: $29.99
Reviews By MaryBeth Carroll : Date October 25, 2006
This game is really great fun for people of all ages. There’s no real violence (well, lots of lemmings die, but the goal is to save them!) and no dialogue at all. The point of the game is to get the lemmings to a safe house, but they all follow each other. In most levels, you have to prevent them from walking off cliffs, drowning, etc. by using tools or skills that you’re given. For instance, you could build stairs, or open an umbrella while jumping off a cliff to lighten your fall. Stuff like that. The easy levels are really easy and the hard ones are really challenging, so there’s fun for all. My only complaint is that the lemmings are so tiny on the screen, even though you can magnify.
Reviews By Lisa Shea : Date June 18, 2006
We have loved Lemmings since their very first game. The concept is simple and oh so fun. You are responsible for saving the dutiful little green-haired creatures from nasty death.
Let me first say that the whole idea of lemmings following each other over a cliff is a MYTH!! This was a FAKE scene filmed by Disney (of all people) for the 1958 film Wild Wilderness. They imported lemmings to Alberta, Canada and forced them over a cliff for dramatic storytelling. Real lemmings don’t do this!
Still, it makes for a fun computer game. The lemmings march along in a line. You can turn individual lemmings into climbers, bashers, or other types in order to avoid lava, water and other obstacles. Really, you don’t need great graphics for lemmings, because it is all about logic and puzzle solving.
However, I was really impressed by the graphics they did offer. The backgrounds are in motion and add to the feel of the level. The level walls and pillars are very detailed in some situations.
Reviews By Naz : Date June 5, 2006
I was amazed at how sharp and beautiful the graphics were upon starting up this game on the PSP. What shocked me even more was how intuitive the controls were. Even though this game is over a decade old, it is the perfect PSP pick up and play game. the PSP wide-screen enhances one’s ability to follow the action. The number of levels is almost infinite as you can create your own levels and also download levels from others (I have yet to be able to connect to try this out) and also download additional offical levels from the official website. Combined with Me and My Katamari, Lemmings makes for a must have for addictive puzzle fans on the PSP.