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Lemmings: Arranged/Remixed tunes

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Game info

Name: Lemmings
Characteristics: Simulation, Strategy, Side-View, 2-d, Vertical-Scrolling, Meditative / Zen, like Lemmings
Publishers: Atari, Sega, Psygnosis, Ocean, Imagineer, Sunsoft, Data East, EA Victor
Developers: Psygnosis, DMA Design, Probe Software
Original/port composers: Tim Wright, Brian Johnston, Malc Jennings, Tony Williams, Tim Wright (Amiga), Brian Johnston (Amiga), Jeroen Tel (C64)
Platforms:
Sega Master System
Apple II
Atari Lynx - United States
PC Engine CD / TurboGrafx-CD - Japan
Super NES - United States
Macintosh
CD-i
Nintendo Ent. System - United States
3DO - United States
Amiga CD32 - United States
CDTV - United States
Amiga (1990) - Europe
Arcade (1991)
ZX Spectrum 48/128 (1991)
Super NES (1991) - Europe
PC Dos (1991) - Europe
Nintendo Ent. System (1991)
Atari ST (1991) - Europe
Super NES (18 Dec 1991) - Japan
Sega GameGear (1992) - United States
Sega Mega Drive (20 Nov 1992) - Japan
Sega GameGear (05 Feb 1993) - Japan
Game Boy (23 Sep 1993) - Japan
Amstrad CPC (1994) - Europe
Commodore 64/128 (1994) - Europe
PC Windows (1994)
3DO (06 Aug 1994) - Japan
PlayStation (04 Nov 1998)

Music info

Released: 1991
Related Plaform: Amiga
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composers of these tunes: Xky Rauh, M. Van Vugt, Maxime Abbey, ???
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, Dr. Spa, Reactor
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 23
Size of archive: 76923 bytes

User reviews

  • "Oh no!!!" (by Smebb, 31 Jan 2005) [10/10]
    Lemmings was one of my many favourite games when I wan young, it wasn't the graphics. Oh no! (lol) It was the playability and music that did it for me. The game was, and still is, very addictive and the music that accompanied it made it even more enjoyable.

    I remember humming the music on my way to primary school.

    As with many retro gamers I have searched and searched for decent MIDIs of games, and especially the soundtrack for lemmings. I have found a few, which were made and remixed by artists, but these here! They are the real deal! I even set my amiga up and listened to it! Apart from my soundcard having crap synth voices, it sounded -EXACTLY- like the amiga! :D which I am very pleased with.

    All in all, a must download for any retro gamers. Perfecto!

  • "Excellent" (by Kalamat, 19 Feb 2005) [10/10]
    Whoa! These mids here are great.Very good ones.
    My favorite is the lemmings first level music.
    I love abandonware games,all old games were different now they are all the same, im tired of playing first person shooter.

  • "Brilliant" (by JS, 4 Jul 2005) [10/10]
    Exactly what I was looking for. Great collection.

  • "Poor little lemmings" (by Tepe, 12 Jun 2007) [9/10]
    Nice graphics, music and different puzzlegame makes that game unforgettable. I'm very happy when i listening lemmings music because i can see my mind greenhaired little mans walking in one after another

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Record created/updated: 25. May 2006.
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