Windows game, 1997

3rd-person, Platform, Side-view
Windows (1997)
Also known as:
The Adventures of Lomax, לומאקס, ロマックス

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Did you know Lemmings had a nice spin-off in the form of action jump-and-run platformer? You do not? So, now you know, and this sequel is called Lomax. You play as a single Lemming named Lomax, who managed to escape from the evil curse of Evil Ed. It's up to you alone to save the whole Lemming land from his curse and you must save all the lemmings. The game has a very beautiful graphics and to the classic actions like jumping over platforms and running here and there, you have a few extra activities that any lemming can handle: you build bridges, dig through the obstacles, etc. The player takes control of a lemming knight named Lomax, whose friends have been turned into monsters by an evil doctor named "Evil Ed". His mission is to save his friends and stop Evil Ed from using his magic helmet anymore. The resemblance to Amiga games is no wonder - Lomax looks much like The Misadventures of Flink, an Amiga title from 1994, also designed and published by Psygnosis. Actually, the production, graphics, sound and level design in both was mostly done by the same people. Amiga styled platformers were always rare on PCs and were a refreshment in the period marked by the rise of the FPS and RTS genres. The Adventures of Lomax is a good game, surely up to the task in almost every part and will be interesting even to those who don't think platformers are their favorite genre.

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