Lemmings 3D


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Description: 
3D Lemmings is played by using four different, movable cameras to fly around and get an overview of the level. While some levels have fixed cameras, most of the time they can be freely moved at any time, although without the ability to tilt up or down. Another viewing option is the "virtual lemming" (VL) which allows the player to see through the eyes of a selected lemming. All skills from the original game are available, with one new one: the turner. A turner is similar to a blocker, in that he stands in one place and can only be removed by being blown up or dug out from underneath. However, instead of making other lemmings turn back, he directs them 90 degrees either left or right, as chosen by the player. Diagonally positioned blocks in levels will also make lemmings move left or right (basically reflecting them). One of the by-products of being 3D was the importance of the camera-handling. Even though most of the levels didn't need complex camera setups, some levels could only be solved if the player was skilled enough to move the camera in the correct way - or by using the Virtual Lemming mode. For example, one level featured a massive indestructible block of wall with the lemmings arriving on top; the only way the player was able to deliver the lemmings to the bottom floor was by digging through a certain part of the block which was left destructible, and the only way to handle that was to use the VL mode, because the player was unable to fit the camera through the hole. Some levels included rooms or halls where the camera couldn't go into (or come out from) and the player had to peek in through windows or use VL mode. The release rate buttons, i.e. to increase or decrease rate of lemmings; instant replay mode; and fast forward button all return from previous games. Levels are once again divided into four difficulty settings: Fun, Tricky, Taxing and Mayhem. There are 20 levels of each setting, with 20 more practice levels to learn about different game elements. Each level has a set amount of lemmings again, and can be returned to through the use of passwords. Cutscenes are shown at the end of certain level milestones, which feature lemmings from the various 3D Lemmings themes (army, computer, etc.).
Cheats/Hints/Walkthroughs: 

Go To Last Level
Enter the code, BABIRUSA at the Password screen and press end to skip ahead to the last level

Hidden Level Select Screen

Select the passwords option screen and enter; LAMPWICK. If entered correctly Password Correct will appear. Select the difficulty you wish to play and you will be taken to the hidden level select screen with levels to choose.

Passwords:
01:LEWISIAN 02:BLIMBING 03:FANAGALO 04:DRICKSIE 05:KARTOSIS 06:GREGATIM 07:WALLAROO 08:AVENTAIL 09:GAZOGENE 10:JINGBANG 11:DIALLAGE 12:BUNODONT 13:NAINSOOK 14:YAKIMONA 15:FUMITORY 16:CINGULUM 17:BESLAVER 18:ANABLEPS 19:QUINCUNX 20:TARLATAN 21:KAMACITE 22:GUMMOSIS 23:PRODNOSE 24:NGULTRUM 25:COTTABUS 26:BEDAGGLE 27:EPICALYX 28:HOMALOID 29:LALLYGAG 30:BILABIAL 31:CACOFOGO 32:METAVURT 33:SLOWBURN 34:PELLUCID 35:MAKIMONO 36:KHUSKHUS 37:DISPLODE 38:RACAHOUT 39:ORGULOUS 40:DUNCEDOM 41:CABOCEER 42:GEROPIGA 43:BONTEBOK 44:EMPYREAL 45:LANGLAUF 46:NANNYGAI 47:SARATOGA 48:QUINTAIN 49:MUSQUASH 50:ZOMBORUK 51:SKILLING 52:WOBEGONE 53:BINDIEYE 54:FRAXINUS 55:LINDWORM 56:CURLICUE 57:HANEPOOR 58:IDEMQUOD 59:BLANDISH 60:MALAGASY 61:CHORIAMB 62:GARGANEY 63:KAOLIANG 64:MAROCAIN 65:OBTEMPER 66:TASTEVIN 67:VELLOZIA 68:BORACHIO 69:JACKAROO 70:COOLAMON 71:BANAUSIC 72:FABURDEN 73:RECKLING 74:MIRLITON 75:OPAPANAX 76:BIMBASHI 77:CAATINGA 78:PENSTOCK 79:SPRINGAL 80:BABIRUSA 81:SPACEAAA 82:EGYPTAAA 83:ARMYAAAA 84:MAZEAAAA 85:LAMPWICK

Platform: 
DOS
Game year: 
1995
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