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    September 23, 2000 - Lemmings Revolution Walkthrough Available

    A walkthrough for Lemmings Revolution is now available. A big "thank you" goes out to Sally Cort for her continued support of the Lemmings community! Sally has also written walkthroughs for Fun, Tricky and Taxing levels of Lemmings 3D. These walkthroughs can be accessed from the menu on the left.

    August 5, 2000 - Site Updates

    I dusted off some of the e-mail that has been sent over the past few months and have added/changed content on the site. Most of these changes were a result of your feedback, so keep it coming!

    • Added walkthroughs for Holiday Lemmings 94. Big thanks go out to Kilian A. Foth for his hard work in writing these!
    • Added a link to Pingus, a Lemmings clone game originally developed for the Linux operating system (a Win32 version is available as well.) Check out their home page for more info. Thanks go to Corey for letting me know about this!
    • Updated various broken links to the Lemmings demos. I've decided to place all of the demos locally, so you'll always have access to them. It makes for easier maintenence as well.
    • Added a fun Lemmings WAV file compiled from SNES Lemmings sound effects. Thanks go out to James Vanderhyde for the submission!
    • Added "The Peanut Butter and Lemmings Site" to the links section. Many thanks to Matt Baker for sending in his URL!
    • Updated the FAQ section with some Q&A. The full-blown FAQ still isn't completed...sorry!
    Also, I received a note from Sally Cort (of Lemmings 3D walkthrough fame!) letting me know that she has completed a walkthrough for Lemmings Revolution! Look for this walkthrough to appear on this site very soon.

    May 26, 2000 - Lemmings Revolution Reviewed

    One of the first reviews of Lemmings Revolution (at least, that I have seen) is now available on c|net's They gave the game a rating of 7 out of 10. I thought the rating was low at first, but I have to say that I agree with it having read the entire review. Check it out for yourself here.

    May 7, 2000 - Lemmings Revolution is here!

    Great news for Lemmings fans everywhere - Take 2 Interactive has released Lemmings Revolution for the PC! You can purchase the game for around $20 US at your local software shop or online at one of the following online stores:

    Electronics Boutique
    UGO Gamedealer

    A Gameboy Color version of Lemmings Revolution is also due to be released this summer. For those of you who have not played the demo yet, it is available for download at Thanks to all the Lemmings fans for letting me know about the release of this game! Now to start solving the puzzles...

    November 14, 1999 - Another new MIDI!

    Another MIDI has been added to the collection here at the Lemmings Compendium. Adam has created a nice medley of various Lemmings tunes for your listening pleasure. Check it out in the downloads section or grab it right here.

    I also added a link to a new Lemmings-like game called Thinker. This game was created by Aidan B. Check it out in the links section if you get a chance.

    November 13, 1999 - E-mail to protest Lemmings Revolution

    If you are as disappointed as I am that Lemmings Revolution was cancelled, make your voice heard! I have received an e-mail address from my source at Psygnosis that should work. Send an e-mail to to voice your opinion.

    October 17, 1999 - New MIDI!

    I'm pleased to announce a new addition to the Lemmings Compendium MIDI collection. Fellow Lemmings fan Xky Rauh has written a wonderful medley of Lemmings tunes. The medley is very well done - make sure you download this one. Check it out in the downloads section or grab it right here.

    October 6, 1999 - Lemmings in Top 25

    PC Gamer has published their latest "Top 50 Games of All Time" in the November, 1999 issue. Lemmings came in at #25, beating out games like Doom, Duke Nukem 3D and Diablo! There is also a nice little write-up on Lemmings Revolution on page 48. Psygnosis, are you paying attention?

    October 5, 1999 - Lemmings Revolution at risk

    I have received word from my contact at Psygnosis that development of Lemmings Revolution has been cancelled. It is troubling that Psygnosis is not willing to continue development on one of their best licenses. If you would like to see this game get published, I would strongly recommend contacting Psygnosis to voice your opinion. I hope to have an e-mail address to use for this shortly.

    September 17, 1999 - Guestbook problems fixed

    If you have tried to sign or view the guestbook for the past few weeks, you may have received a "404 Not Found" error. I'm not sure what the problem was, but it seems to be working now. I've sent a message to Guestworld for an explanation but have not heard back from them yet.

    Also, a number of you have pointed out that some of the links to the demos are broken. I'll go through and clean up the dead links over the weekend.

    September 13, 1999 - Hurry up...

    If you haven't downloaded the Lemmings Revolution demo yet, you have only two more days to do it. Psygnosis will have the demo available until September 15, so go get it while you can. Please note that the demo weighs in at about 7.5MB. See below for the links:

    Lemmings Revolution (US Mirror)
    Lemmings Revolution (UK Mirror)

    Make sure you fill out the survey at so that Psygnosis will have valuable feedback to continue development of this game. Personally, I liked the game and hope that they will publish it.

    August 23, 1999 - Lemmings Revolution

    I have received some (hopefully) good news about Lemmings today! I just got an e-mail from our friends at Psygnosis UK regarding an upcoming demo called "Lemmings Revolution." I have no idea what it is, but I am hoping it will be a compilation of sorts. All my contact provided was a press release, given below:

    Lemmings Revolution Promises To Have Gamers In A Spin!

    An exclusive Lemmings demo and limited edition prizes await gamers at a new website being launched on 31st August by the brand's creators Psygnosis. The playable PC demo will be available to download, giving players a sneak preview of an exciting concept that the UK based developers are rumoured to be considering as a new PC-CD ROM game.

    With the title 'Lemmings Revolution', the one level demo is a spin on the highly addictive original that had players glued to their cliff edges when the furry rodents first fell on to our PCs in 1991.

    Located at the site will offer you the chance to win some fantastic prizes including a Sony Discman and limited edition Lemmings Revolution T-shirts. The team at Psygnosis will also be giving you the rare opportunity to have your say on the concept of Lemmings Revolution and whether you would like to see this early demo developed into a full game.

    But you'll have to hurry - while Psygnosis aren't giving any secrets away about the demo other than its arrival on 31st August, they have warned that the site will be live for two weeks only. After that, who knows? If our furry friends have their way we could be in for a full revolution!

    Note that the demo will be available for download at the Lemmings Revolution website. I am also looking into opportunities for this site to participate as well. At this time, I do not have any more information than what is stated in the press release, so please do not ask me for additional insight into this product. If I get more information, I will post it to the site.

    August 18, 1999 - Upcoming "Lemmings-like" Game

    For those of you looking for something different to play, Empire Interactive is bringing out a new puzzle game called Sheep which shares some gameplay elements with Lemmings. Check out this article to read more about it. Thanks go to Robert Church for the heads-up!

    On a related note, I've been playing quite a bit of Worms:Armageddon (WA) lately. WA is a turn-based strategy/puzzle game that is very addictive and a lot of fun. Gameplay is much different than Lemmings, but it has a similar appeal. Check out the Worms homepage for more information. A demo is also available.

    August 14, 1999 - Still Alive

    Whew. It's been a while since this page has been updated, mostly due to the lack of pertinent Lemmings news.

    I noticed that Lemmings for Windows now can be purchased at CompUSA stores for around $15US. Not sure if it is available elsewhere, but this is a pretty good deal. I also noticed that Lomax in Lemmingland for Sony PSX is available at GameDealer for $15US, in case anyone is looking for this title.

    April 3, 1999 - Another place to buy Lemmings

    In addition to the Star Vector site mentioned below, another online resource to purchase Lemmings has been discovered. Check out CD Access for Lemmings Paintball, Lemmings Chronicles and Lemmings 3D. Thanks go to Mike for the tip!

    March 17, 1999 - Chronicles, Paintball for Sale

    If you are looking for a place to purchase new copies of Lemmings Paintball or The Lemmings Chronicles, I have some great news! I happened upon a site called Star Vector that sells out of print software. Just search for "Lemmings" on Star Vector's front page and it will bring up a list of Lemmings games, including these two titles. These appear to be new, shrink-wrapped editions of the games.

    March 13, 1999 - Site Updates

    I've added two new sections to the page. The website info section has been updated with a brief expanation of this page and its "mission statement." I've also created an e-mail form for questions and feedback. Check it out in the new e-mail section on the menu bar.

    March 6, 1999 - Demand Aran

    Although it has nothing to do with Lemmings, I have placed a link in the menu bar to the "Demand Aran" campaign to bring Metroid to the Nintendo 64. If you are a Metroid fan (or even if you've never heard of Metroid,) please take the time to visit the Demand Aran campaign page. Join the cause if you are interested!

    I've also added some graphical enhancements to more of the pages in the site. Expect more enhancements to be added in the coming days.

    February 17, 1999 - New look, new home

    If you are reading this message, then you are looking at the new site design in its new home. The Lemmings Compendium is now hosted by Interspeed Network. Check out their site if you are interested in having your web page hosted. Although I have most of the page uploaded to the new server, you may notice some broken links on the downloads that are stored locally. Rest assured that the files will be available as soon as possible. I have also added a couple of new sections, including a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section. Although the FAQ is still under construction, I plan to have it available soon (really!) How do you like the new design? Drop me a note and let me know!

    February 11, 1999 - We're moving

    Just as a heads-up, the Lemmings Compendium will be switching web providers over the next week or so. You may experience difficulty accessing the site during this time, but I do not expect there to be any major problems. Once I have received the new IP address, you will be automatically forwarded to the new server. I also expect to have the new site design up and running by the time the transfer is complete.

    February 4, 1999 - New Guestbook

    As a prelude to the renovation to this site, I am changing the format of my guestbook. I am using Guestworld as a guestbook provider, rather than the CGI script that I have been using. This change will allow the guestbook pages to load faster, as well as relieve me from having to reformat them from time to time. Feel free to check it out and sign in!

    December 21, 1998 - Clone game removed

    I have been asked by Peter Spada to remove all copies of the Lemmings Clone game from my server. It seems that Psygnosis feels that it infringes upon their intellectual property. Since this site provides only legal software downloads, the game and all level packs will be removed immediately. Please do not ask me to provide you with a copy of the clone as I will be unable to do so.

    November 8, 1998 - Heads up

    Sorry for the lack of updates recently. I've been working on the Lemmings FAQ as well as a new look for this site. Sometime in the next couple of weeks I will be taking down the site for a very short time to give the site a facelift. Please don't be alarmed if you visit during this time - the remodeling shouldn't take more than a couple of days. The new look should be easier to navigate. I will also be adding a mirror site for downloads over in Germany for those of you living on the continent (thanks go to Michael Schoen for setting this up.)

    In other news, Gamecenter has posted a review of Lemmings for the Playstation. Although the review points out that there is nothing new about the release, it at least gives Playstation owners the opportunity to fulfill their Lemmings needs. Go here to read the review.

    For those Quake II players among you, a Lemmings player plug-in model has been released recently. Now you can frag your friends as a loveable Lemming! Go here for more information and download locations.

    October 6, 1998 - PSX Lemmings game confirmed

    Gamecenter has confirmed that Lemmings is indeed coming to the Sony Playstation this year. Although it is basically a rehash of the original Lemmings game, the new game release at least proves that the Lemmings franchise is still viable. Check out the preview for more information.

    September 8, 1998 - And those level packs just keep coming!

    Two more level packs for the Lemmings clone game have just been added. Thanks go to Craig Kelly and Andy Wright for their submissions! Craig even included a special level (#54) to commemorate Mark McGwire's 62nd home run! As always, these can be found in the downloads section.

    August 23, 1998 - Lots o' Level Packs

    I have added four new level packs to the downloads page. Thanks go out to the following Lemmings fans for their contributions:

    • BlurNM submitted two level packs for "homemade" levels 1-20 and 21-40. BlurNM also helped Peter Spada with some of the original levels in the Lemmings clone.
    • Luke Seybold submitted a seventeen-level pack for your enjoyment.
    • Elisa Butch submitted a pack containing a new level 31.
    Please note that installation of these level packs will overwrite existing "homemade" levels previously installed. Make sure you back-up any previously installed level packs before installing new ones.

    Peter Spada also sent the latest iteration of the Lemmings clone game. This version fixes Mayhem 23 so that it can now be finished successfully. This latest version is available in the downloads section as well.

    I have also added a couple of new Lemmings links to the links section - "Lemnet" and "The Lemmings Page". Please take some time to stop by both of these nice sites.

    July 19, 1998 - Final version of Lemmings clone...and more

    Peter Spada sent me the final version of the Lemmings clone with all of the levels completed. Visit the download page to get it. I have also posted the first "level pack" for the Lemmings clone game. This was contributed by Karl Meyer and is also available in the downloads section. Thanks Karl!

    Robert Church was kind enough to send the following audio files for everyone's enjoyment:

    • (2) Lemmings rap MP3 files
    • a Lemmings mix in MOD format
    • a number of Lemmings mixes in MIDI format
    • MIDI files from Lemmings Paintball
    The MIDI files have been incorporated into the "Lemmings MIDI" ZIP file that is available in the download section. The MP3 and MOD files are available for download as separate files. All of these are very well done and are very fun to listen to. Thanks Robert!

    Finally, I received word from Rebecca Eash that the Holiday Lemmings games are available directly from Psygnosis. She was able to order both the 1993 and 1994 versions for about $20. Call Psygnosis at (800) 438-7794 to order. Thanks Rebecca!

    July 3, 1998 - Lemmings on PSX?

    Next Generation Online is reporting a possible release of Lemmings and Oh No! More Lemmings on the Sony Playstation. This bodes well for a possible re-release on other platforms. Click here for the full story.

    June 19, 1998 - Another new version

    Peter Spada sent yet another update to the Lemmings clone game, which fixes more bugs. As always, check it out in the downloads section.

    June 11, 1998 - Updated version of Lemmings clone game available

    Peter Spada sent me an updated version of the Lemmings clone game, which is now available in the downloads section. This revision should fix the installation and video problems many of you have been having. After clicking on the newlem.exe file, please run the install.bat file to install the game properly. Peter has added some more Mayhem levels to the game as well - bringing the total up to Mayhem 15. If any of you are still having problems with the game, please let Peter know.

    June 9, 1998 - Download links updated

    I have fixed a number of dead links in the downloads section. All of the links should be operational now.

    June 6, 1998 - Petition closed

    Per my May 31 news item, I have disabled the petition sign-up as of midnight, Central Standard Time. I will make a final count of the signatures this weekend and then send off the petition to Psygnosis. Once again, many thanks to everyone who added their name to the petition!

    June 2, 1998 - Installation note for Lemmings Clone game

    I neglected to note that in order to install the Lemmings Clone game, you must specify that the directory structure be extracted from the executable. To do this, you must type "newlem.exe -d" (without quotes) from either a command prompt or from the "Run" command under the Windows 95 Start Menu.

    June 1, 1998 - Lemmings Clone available for download

    I have just added a beta version of a new Lemmings clone game which was sent to me by Peter Spada. Peter has created new, original Lemmings levels on his own and has even included a level editor so that you can create your own levels. Currently, all 30 levels have been completed for the Fun, Tricky and Taxing levels. There are 8 Mayhem levels complete. As the game is developed, Peter will forward new versions to me to make available on this page for download. Check it out when you get a chance and let Peter know what you think!

    May 31, 1998 - Petition sign-up to end soon.

    I've tallied up the signatures for the petition, finally. As of 10:00 p.m. CST, there are 636 signatures on the petition. I will keep the sign-up page open until midnight CST on Friday, June 5. After that time, no more signatures will be added to the petition. So, if you haven't added your name yet, please do so before this coming Friday. After the final tally, I will send the petition off to Psygnosis. Thanks to everyone who has supported this effort!

    May 28, 1998 - Lemmings 2 Lives on the SNES

    I was able to score a copy of Lemmings 2: The Tribes for Super Nintendo at one of the malls in Austin today. I bought it at a store called Gamefellas which sells new and used games for most of the console game systems. The copy I bought was brand new (not used, surprisingly) and only cost me 35 bucks. I'm not sure if Gamefellas is a national chain or not, but they have stores in three of the malls here in Austin. Check 'em out if you live nearby.

    April 20, 1998 - A clarification, and an update...

    I have received a number of e-mails from some of you who are concerned that this site is going away. I am assuming that these concerns stem from my April 2 update (below.) My e-mail problems were only temporary and were due to a mail server glitch. Please be assured that I intend to keep this page active indefinitely and add to it as new Lemmings news items and files are made available. This site is not (and I repeat, NOT) going away!

    In other Lemmings news, signatures to the petition keep coming in. Thanks go to everyone who has signed up so far! I am going to try to count them all up and plug them into a spreadsheet this coming weekend, if possible. At this time, I am setting a goal of 500 signatures before I send the petition off to Psygnosis. If we have already met this goal, I may set it a little higher.

    Work on the Lemmings FAQ is proceeding, albeit slowly. I have an outline of the FAQ completed and have begun work on the actual content. I hope to dedicate more time to it in the coming weeks and have an alpha version available by the end of May.

    April 2, 1998 - E-mail woes

    My e-mail has been down for the past 48 hours. If you sent me a message over the last couple of days, please resend it as I most likely did not receive it the first time.

    March 25, 1998 - More cool stuff added

    Added some really cool Lemmings music to the downloads section. Five of them are from the first Lemmings game and one is from Lemmings 2: The Tribes. I have posted Windows 95 module players that you will need to download if your system cannot play MOD or MED files. As always, if anyone knows of any other music files (in any format) please let me know where to find them. Enjoy!

    March 7, 1998 - Mac Lemmings sighted

    Some good news for Macintosh users! I was browsing in a local (Austin, TX) store called Cyber Exchange today and came across 3 NEW copies of Lemmings for the Mac. Cyber Exchange is a franchise that buys and resells previously-owned, discontinued and new software for computers and game consoles. The company has local franchises in most major US cities. Check out their web site for more information. By the way, I did not buy any of the three copies (I don't have a Mac) so they are still on the shelf if anyone in the Austin area is interested.

    March 4, 1998 - Truly "Great Stuff"

    Apparently, Psygnosis has teamed up with the The Great Stuff Network to distribute Psygnosis titles over the internet. The first game that will be made available for download is none other than Lemmings for Windows. This title is available for $4.99. Visit The Great Stuff Network for more information. Incidentally, the description that appears for Lemmings looks vaguely familiar...

    March 2, 1998 - Lemmings FAQ in development

    I have begun work on a Lemmings FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) which will act as a single-document repository for much of the information contained in the "About" and "Hints" sections. I plan to make a plain-text version and an Adobe Acrobat (PDF) version available for download, as well as have a hypertext version for on-line reading. Please keep in mind that due to work schedules and such, it may take quite some time to compile.

    March 1, 1998 - Another 3D Lemmings?

    For those of you who are into Quake, a site called Nocturnal Conversions is working on a "Save the Lemmings" conversion. The goal is to get the Lemmings from the beginning of the level to the exit without killing them. As each Lemmings dies, a percentage of the player's health is decreased. Should be interesting once it is completed. Thanks to Blue's News (an awesome resource for Quake and Quake 2) for the information.

    February 17, 1998 As of 6:00 p.m. CST today, there are 121 signatures on the petition. This is absolutely fabulous, considering the petition has been up for only 3 weeks. Let's see how quickly we can get to 500!
    January 31, 1998 Added a MIDI song from The Lemmings Chronicles to the downloads page. This MIDI was composed and submitted by Danu Poyner. Thanks, Danu!

    I reformatted the downloads page to (hopefully) make it easier to navigate.

    At last count, I have already received 34 signatures for the petition. Not bad for a week's time! Keep 'em coming!

    January 24, 1998 Sign-up for the petition is now available. Go here to add your name to the list. I haven't decided how many names I will need, but I'll keep the sign-up page active for at least a couple of months. I may design a "Lemmings Now!" button to help advertise the petition if I have time.

    Also, I have been getting a lot of requests for the full, registered versions of a number of Lemmings games. Please do not ask me to provide illegal copies of any Lemmings game (or any other game, for that matter.) This site is dedicated to providing freeware and demo versions of the games only. Thanks for your understanding.

    The About Lemmings section has been updated.

    January 7, 1998 Responses to the idea of a petition have been overwhelmingly positive. I hope to post a sign-up page as well as a sample of the petition letter within the next week or so.
    January 1, 1998 Happy New Year! Best wishes to all of you in 1998.

    I am considering putting together a petition to Psygnosis to re-release all of the Lemmings games on a Windows 95 CD-ROM. It appears that the popularity of Lemmings is still quite high and that such a product would be well-received in the marketplace. The petition will be placed on my site and sent via snail-mail to Pygnosis once I have received enough signatures (not sure what the number is at this point.) Let me know your thoughts on this.

    I have also reorganized my guestbook into separate pages to decrease load time. Each page will contain a maximum of 20 signatures.

    In addition, I have added an additional code to the Lemmings 3D code page (special thanks to Matt Dravich for the contribution) and have made some minor aesthetic modifications throughout the site.

    December 25, 1997 Merry Christmas! Make sure you download a copy of Holiday Lemmings for good cheer!
    October 25, 1997 Added two more Lemmings demos for your enjoyment - The Lemmings Chronicles and XMas Lemmings 93.
    October 24, 1997 For some reason, my guestbook file got corrupted. I have restored the file from an October 1 backup, so if you had signed the guestbook between October 1 and October 24, you will need to re-sign. I apologize for any inconvenience.
    October 3, 1997 Some good news from my web host - they have just switched to an OC-3 (fiber-optic) backbone provider with a maximum throughput of 155Mbps. This is good news for those of you who are accessing this site from overseas as well as stateside (my site is located in the central U.S.) You should see improved, more reliable access from here on out.
    September 30, 1997 In order to better filter and manage my e-mail, I have created an e-mail address specific to this page: Please use this e-mail address for any questions or comments regarding this site. Thanks!
    September 29, 1997 Started formatting all pages with the Verdana font. Not all pages have been updated with this font, as I am gradually updating them over the next few weeks. If you don't have this font and wish to view this page as it was intended, you can download it at Microsoft's Free Font Page.
    September 17, 1997 Redesigned the page slightly with a more extensive use of document frames. I'll be making a few more cosmetic changes over the next few days.
    September 15, 1997 Well, it looks like I spoke too soon. My web host has had all sorts of problems stemming from the Labor Day ping attack, resulting in the renumbering of my domain several times. It looks like everything is back to normal, so hopefully everyone can access this page again. Please note that if you sent me e-mail during the past couple of weeks, it is likely that I didn't receive it (my mail server went down as well.) If you haven't received a reply from me, you might want to resend your e-mail. Sorry for the inconvenience.
    September 3, 1997 If you have had difficulty accessing this site over the past 4-5 days, it is due to technical problems my web hosting service has been having. Apparently, some fool maliciously attacked the parent ISP with a huge volume of pings starting Friday night (August 29,) causing several routers to fail. Consequently, the parent ISP shut down the main DNS for my web host over the weekend to try to fix the problem. When this did not work, a new IP had to be assigned to as well as many other domains on this particular server. All seems to be in working order, now.
    July 20, 1997 I just realized that the guestbook has not been working for the past two weeks. I'm not sure how it got messed up, but it is working again.
    July 19, 1997 Added a new demo to the downloads section - The Adventures of Lomax. This game is a side-scrolling platform game similar to Sonic the Hedgehog. It was originally released on the Sony Playstation. I have also redesigned the downloads section to make it easier to use.
    June 29, 1997 Thanks to the submissions from several Lemmings fans, I added a number of new items to the hints section:

    • Corey Saunders submitted codes for the Mac version of Oh No! More Lemmings.
    • Dustin Flewitt submitted codes for the Playstation version of Lemmings 3D.
    • Hannah submitted walkthroughs for the Taxing levels of Lemmings Paintball.
    June 9, 1997 The guestbook is now operational. Make sure you sign in and tell me a little bit about yourself!
    June 7, 1997 Added codes for Macintosh Lemmings. Thanks go to Corey Saunders for sending them to me. Corey also sent a list of general gameplay tips which I have added to the hints section. Thanks again, Corey!
    May 27, 1997 I have a confirmed sighting of the original Lemmings game at the local Best Buy. Lemmings is being distributed by GT Interactive on CD-ROM in the budget software section. I picked up a copy myself for $9.99 US. Another Lemmings fan has reported that the same CD can be found at Walmart. Happy hunting!
    May 15, 1997 Added another Lemmings Paintball walkthrough for the Tricky levels. Thanks once again to Hannah for her submission!
    May 11, 1997 Added the first Lemmings Paintball walkthrough! Many thanks to Hannah for writing walkthroughs for the Fun levels.
    April 30, 1997 For those of you who are looking for the original DOS versions of Lemmings and Oh No! More Lemmings, I have a solution courtesy of alt.lemmings. Call Damark at 1-800-729-9000 and ask for the "Aztech CD-ROM set," catalog number B-50052-473770. Apparently, it costs $29.95 and is full of mostly worthless drivel. However, if you want to snap up the first two Lemmings games, here's your chance. If anyone else finds these or any of the other older Lemmings games for sale anywhere, please let me know.
    April 26, 1997 Did a major overhaul to the site today. The site now employs document frames and should be easier to navigate. I also cleaned up some superfluous HTML documents for easier navigation. In addition, I added logos to most of the individual walkthroughs.
    April 6, 1997 Added walkthroughs for the Fun, Tricky and Taxing levels of Lemmings 3D. Special thanks go to Sally Cort for allowing me to post her walkthroughs on my page! I now have walkthroughs for all of the PC Lemmings games except Lemmings Paintball. If anyone has written a walkthrough for this game and would not mind it being posted on this page, please let me know.
    April 2, 1997 Just got the latest PC Gamer in the mail today. Lemmings was rated as the 30th best game of all time! Personally, I would have rated it higher...
    March 28, 1997 We've moved! Our new site is hosted by Nethosting, Inc. I will have more space and bandwidth to add more Lemmings info and files, now.
    March 25, 1997 Added file sizes to the Downloads page. Thanks go to Rose Kenner for the suggestion.
    March 2, 1997 Added new logo to title page.
    March 1, 1997 Completed SNES Lemmings section. Added codes for Holiday Lemmings 1993 and 1994. Updated all of the "codes" tables for a consistent look and feel. Updated the About Lemmings section.
    February 28, 1997 Added a guestbook section. It's not fully operational at the moment, but I should have it fixed soon.
    February 23, 1997 It's been awhile since my last update, so I thought I'd do some polishing up. Below is a list of updates to the site:

    • Added new codes for SNES Lemmings. Thanks go to Michael Nelson for the update.
    • Added new codes for Lemmings 3D. Thanks go to Eddie Wittner for the update.
    • Added new codes for Sega Genesis Lemmings.
    • Added new codes for Lemmings Paintball (PC.)
    • Added new URLs to the links section
    • Updated all HTML documents for a consistent look and feel.
    January 8, 1997 Due to bandwidth/throughput constraints, I have gone back to a text-only page. However, I may be able to put up a graphically-intensive page in the future.
    December 24, 1996 Updated graphics on title page. Look for more graphical improvements to all of the pages in the near future!
    December 1, 1996 Added a link to the WinG libraries on the downloads page. WinG is required to run the Lemmings for Windows demo. I also added some new codes to the Lemmings Paintball section. Thanks to Hannah for sending me the codes!
    November 20, 1996 Added a Javascript pull-down selector for all of the walk-through documents. This should make the pages less cluttered and easier to use.
    November 18, 1996 Added new Lemmings logo to title page. This may change.
    November 17, 1996 Added all supporting documents (walkthroughs, codes, etc.) to the site. I am also working on a "guestbook" in which visitors can register. Please keep in mind that I am just starting this page; there may be some glitches or broken graphics/links. However, feel free to let me know about any that you find.
    November 15, 1996 Everything's new! This is the "official" roll-out date of my Lemmings page. More cool stuff to come!