Links page added - Thursday, October 28, 2004
It's been shamefull that after all of my updates I've neglected to make
a links page, so that's what I've finally done today. Although I knew
of most of them already, I gave each another quick browse to make an
If there's a site you feel I should add, let me know and
I'll consider adding it.
Minor updates - Thursday, September 30, 2004
Fixed some of the previously mentioned bugs, and finally added a "submit news"
page which you can now see available at the top of the navigation menu. Oh, I
also got a nice e-mail from the Lemmings HQ Webmaster and have added his link button.
His site looks rather promising, so check it out!
Finally, I've added an About page for Oh No! More Lemmings and the Holiday Lemmings games.
Little Big changes - Saturday, August 14, 2004
Okay, that took a while...much longer than I anticipated too...not just
my own laziness, but just getting every single little thing to work right...each
page and both IE and Opera (which I both use)... Didn't get everything
exactly the way I wanted it to be, but the whole template plan works
So yeah, little changes really for anyone viewing these pages...except
that from now on all pages will have the site's header and left-hand
navigation column (not including the incomplete pages right now, but
that'll come too). So now the place should look pretty everywhere and
not just on the front page as if to be a clever disguised ugly site.
Of course you might still think it's ugly...but I rather like it.
Obviously there's still some bugs around...pop-ups appearing under that
Flash file in the bottom in Opera, for example...and I've spotted some
broken images on some of the codes pages. I'll probably fix those next,
and after that I'll find something to do that's actually helpful to the
Lemmings community out there.
Hope you like what I've done with the place. If not...hey, at least
I didn't let the site die.
Nothing - Tuesday, June 29, 2004
Haven't seen much change around here lately, have you? True, I've been
busy with some other things...but the site's not dead and I should be
adding improvements again soon. Right now I'm working on getting the
same site template to work for all pages, which may take some time. But
be patient, and more interesting additions will follow.
Info page added for jukebox - Monday, April 5, 2004
I've received a couple of e-mails from people asking about where I got
the music files for the jukebox from
and if I could send the original files to them. To help these people
out I've added an info button to the jukebox which opens a
page that provides more information on the jukebox and how to extract
songs from it.
This will save some webspace for me by not having to put up all these
files in multiple formats and will hopefully help others get access to
the files they're interested in.
PC Lemmings review added - Tuesday, March 30, 2004
Nothing amazing, but I've added a short review for the PC (DOS) Lemmings
on the Lemmings Reviews page.
SNES codes 100% completed! - Friday, March 26, 2004
Yup, all 125 levels are up on the SNES
codes page! That was fast, wasn't it? I'll admit, this is mainly
because almost all images and level info could be taken from the Amiga
version. If I made a mistake though, please let me know. Also, if there's
a section of this site that you'd like to see created, let me know
too so I can prioritize better.
Genesis codes 100% completed! - Saturday, March 20, 2004
Yup, all 60 Present and Sunsoft levels are up on the Genesis
codes page, totalling a whopping 180 levels. Go
check them out, even if you don't have a Genesis or Megadrive console,
as they could still be converted in a lemmings editor, now the images
and stats are available...I'd do it myself, but...ah...already got
too much other things to do for the site!
Genesis codes update - Monday, March 15, 2004
All level preview data and images of the Mayhem
Genesis levels are now up!
Code page unchanges - Tuesday, March 9, 2004
Well, apparently the previously mentioned mix-up wasn't actually true...both
levels and names are the same for both Game Gear as well as Mega Drive,
just not the same as those for the Amiga version. Details of these levels,
however, are starting to fill up on that single