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Lemmings 2 The Tribes - MS-DOS

Lemmings 2 The Tribes2.txt Lemmings 2 The Tribes Another game from the famous Lemmings series, significantly expanded compared to the original. The main task of the player is to get twelve pieces of a powerful talisman that have been scattered throughout the land. The very first contact with Lemmings 2: The Tribes shows us the huge changes that the authors have made to diversify the gameplay. We will not find a traditional division into difficulty levels here, only a map of the land, with which we can choose one of the twelve tribes of lemmings. Once that's done, the traditional head-breaking begins. Just like in the original, we have to guide reckless creatures through a series of boards, at the end of which there is one of the talisman parts. If we get it, we can move on to another tribe and so on, until the end. As the most important in the game is the progress in obtaining all parts of the medallion, the authors have provided the option of recording the state of the game, the use of which will save us in the future from repeating all boards from the beginning. But this is not the end of the changes that The Tribes offers us. The biggest novelty is the number of functions that we can assign to our pupils.Perfectly mastering each of them can take a lot of time, so it is worth using the training option and before starting the actual game, practice thoroughly. Lemmings 2: The Tribes seems to be much easier than its predecessor, but these are only appearances. The fact that we are not limited by the number of lemmings that must necessarily reach the exit helps greatly in the game. As a matter of fact, it is enough for only one creature to find the desired freedom and the board is completed. The problem is that there may be stages later on where the help of other greenheads may be necessary and you will have to repeat the entire segment from the beginning. The matter is also not made easier by the large number of functions that can be attributed to lemmings. For at least half of them are completely useless.