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Lemmings 2: The Tribes is a sequel to Lemmings, and was released, among other consoles, for the Sega Mega Drive in 1994.
Gameplay is much the same as in its prequel, however now Lemmings are split into "tribes", each with their own special skills. There are over 120 levels and 60 different skills.
Sega Master System and Game Gear versions were reportedly completed (and even reviewed), but never released. In 2014, the main programmer Matt Taylor released them both in the SMS Power! community boards.
Mega Drive version
- Sega Conversion: Digital Developments
- Program Code: Andrew Bond, Graeme Love, Tim Swan
- Sega Graphics: Lee Doyle, Andrew Bond
- Audio Soundtracks: Krysalis Software
- Original Game: DMA Design
- Quality Control: Mark O'Connor, Paul Evason, Stuart Allan
- Thanks To: Dave Jones, Mike Dailly, Russell Kay
- Project Manager: Tony Parkes
- (C)1994 Psygnosis
Master System and Game Gear versions
- Produced by: Richard Biltcliffe
- Assisted by: Chris Rowley
- Directed by: Steve Marsden
- Game Programmed by: Matt Taylor
- Intro Animation Programmed by: Darren Clayton
- Graphics by: Roddy McMillan
- Music and Sound by: Mark Cooksey
- Levels Converted by: Dave De Pauw
- Quality Control by: Stuart Allen, Mark O'Connor, Jonathon Wild
- Published by: Psygnosis, Ltd.
- Developed by: Spidersoft, Ltd.
- Special Thanks to: Dave Cooke, Martin McKenzie, Chris Jones
- Licensed by: Sega Enterprises, Ltd.
- Main article: Lemmings 2: The Tribes/Magazine articles.
Print advert in GamePro
(US) #66: "January 1995" (199x-xx-xx)
also published in:
- GamePro (US) #68: "March 1995" (1995-xx-xx)
Mega Drive version
| Based on|
| Mega Drive, US
| Mega Drive, EU
ROM dump status
|| Build Date
|| Cartridge (US)
|| Cartridge (EU)
- ↑ Computer & Video Games, "December 1994" (UK; 1994-11-15), page 80
- ↑ Computer & Video Games, "October 1994" (UK; 1994-09-15), page 60
- ↑ GamePro, "March 1995" (US; 1995-xx-xx), page 73
- ↑ Consoles +, "Septembre 1994" (FR; 1994-xx-xx), page 130/131 (130)
- ↑ Computer & Video Games, "December 1994" (UK; 1994-11-15), page 80/81 (80)
- ↑ Mean Machines Sega, "January 1995" (UK; 1994-11-30), page 108/109 (108)