Title Lemmings Game Type Puzzle Players 1 or 2 Compatibility All Submission Angus Manwaring Profiled Reviewer Review "Platform" doesn't really do this game justice.... and that's why Lemmings hasn't been put in that category. That and the fact that Den said unless I created a new "Puzzle" category, and put Lemmings in it, not only was he not going to play anymore, not only was he going to take the ball home, but he was going to get my street dug up, so that even if I could afford a ball I wouldn't have anywhere to play with it. ....Sorry. Anyway, in Lemmings, the well known PUZZLE game, you control a small army of ...erm Lemmings, who must be guided across a hazardous landscape to the level's exit. This is complicated by the fact that your charges will not patiently wait for your decisions, they haven't got time for that, they'll keep on marching, probably over the nearest cliff. Lemmings come in a variety of professions though, so you can assign one Lemming to redirecting his friends, while another clears an alternative route. This is the game's major appeal, solving the puzzle that the landscape provides you with by clever and quick utilization of your Lemmings. It's cute, but it's also brutal and amusing. This was an important game in the Amiga's success story, and is well worth having.