I tried to be weird without it being too strobing but if this is a difficulty for people let me know
And I know that in a lot of cases I would be screaming the opposite from the rooftops to any hapless fool willing to wander into earshot of me, but Lemmings is deeply, starkly improved by the inclusion of a rewind ability
Here's a picture of the cat we've had for the last two months, who we got at the shelter. I think she was a feral for the first 4 months but she's mostly been adjusting well to domestic life if being about as recklessly playful as one can expect from such a small kitten. I spend a lot of my evenings lately keeping her occupied so she doesn't cause trouble. Her name is Star.
I wish there was a good source port for Lemmings 2 the way we have NeoLemmix, but on the other hand the DOS version with MT-32 audio is actually close to definitive already.
I think if there's one way that Lemmings 2 significantly improves over original Lemmings it's in dealing with the circumstances where you HAVE to kill lemmings to get by and reducing how much that happens -- this makes it a little clearer, usually, what a correct solution looks like
I've been very impressed with NeoLemmix. Even without some of its quality-of-life improvements like rewind and movement outlines, it supports the original Amiga music as well as anything else I can throw at it in OGG files (i.e., the redbook audio from the DOS CD release found on archive.org)
About a month ago I started getting into some of the Lemmings games. I had Lemmings 2 on Genesis as a kid but none of the other ones. Now I'm messing around with NeoLemmix and mostly having a really good time -- using the Lemmings and ONML and All The Extra Levels sets. Did you know the GG/SMS game had a set of small levels built around the classic Sega logo?
Whoever is shouting OF COURSE WE WANT KITTY PICTURES THIS IS THE INTERNET at my window, uh, I can just show you her in person??
Max Headroom meets the cat from every Rippingtons album
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