Lemmings Paintball is an excellent game with excellent art work, music and puzzles. Its Network Option is also excellent, it is really fun with objects to hide behind. I highly recommend it.
There are over 100 levels in 1 Player Mode, all varying with difficulty.
It also has an isometric view, aka the Sim City view, making it sort of 3D, but not so it can get confusing.
A Level Creator would be fantastic, though it lacks this option in Lemmings Paintball. The interface can also get annoying when you click on a Lemming, and more than one gets selected. They haven't made a patch for it, probably because so many people disliked it (For reasons I don't know why)
the gameplay is ok. some levels are challenging so if your good at gaming this may be a good purchase. the buttons you use to control the game are easy and most of them are on the mouse.
The game is kinda stupid. i was expecting you would see like a lemming (like in goldeneye when your james bond and you can see whats in front of you). the game can be a little more detailed and can get annoying if you lose
i dont really think it's worth what it costs. id recommend it to children since my brother is hooked on the game. its more of a kids game (ages9-13)
Ahh, this brings back memories. Havent heard anything about this game in years. 320x240 graphics and midi music! Only wierd thing is that it was made for Windows rather than DOS. Can't be that old then. This game was a radical break from the other Lemmings games, and it was their last one until Revolution, and I don't know if the publisher even decided to release it. Instead of the 2-d side view, you have an isometreic view of the game world. You move the lemmings like you would in an RTS game, like C&C. It's not just clickey action, you have to use your head sometimes, and quickly too, fulfilling that aspect of the Lemmings series. The new perspective certainly made the lemmings look a lot cuter, and the animations were quite well done for the time. It's also quite addictive
On the other hand, it's not enthralling. There isn't a whole lot of replay value since its just the same old routine with different switch-and-gate puzzles. Also, the new perspective and gameplay shocked the crap out of a lot of the hardcore lemming-players out there (not that anyone cares, the series is so old). For a while, it looked like this game just about drove the last nail into the coffin.
-Some nice puzzles
-...for a while. Limited replay value
-Gameplay will turn you into a zombie after a while
-Break in Lemmings tradition
-Overpriced, like all games
-See if you can find the demo online somewhere. It's fun while it lasts, and you probably won't play it anymore than that anyway.