I've haven't played Lemmings, the game never tempted me. Perhaps that's why I found this game to be, well, boring. I don't want to give you the wrong impression, there was nothing wrong with the game. It wasn't bug-ridden or riddled with spelling and grammatical errors, it just failed miserably to capture any vestige of interest.
In fact, when playtesting, it was hard work for me to force myself to play through this game, it is quite small (14 locations) and I felt a great sense of relief when I finally terminated Larry's existence.
The problems are not difficult, although I did find the solutions a bit illogical at times.
I don't like to be so negative about any adventure, but I can't really think of anything positive to say about Larry the Lemming. I would have been quite happy never to have had the misfortune of playing it.
Other adventurers might enjoy the game and find my comments a little too scathing. Be that as it may, the only recommendation I can make with regard to this game is to give it a miss.
Reviewed by Phill Ramsay, played on the Amstrad