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Lemmings 2: The Tribes (Genesis)

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Title Screen

Lemmings 2: The Tribes

Developer: Digital Developments
Publisher: Psygnosis
Platform: Genesis
Released in US: 1994
Released in EU: 1994
Released in AU: 1994


DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
Sgf2-unusedicon1.png This game has unused abilities.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.


The Sega Genesis port of Lemmings 2: The Tribes. Less cut content from the original, more glitches!

Unused Text

Placeholder Text?

These numerical passwords are located in the password entries, but the final game's password system uses letters, not numbers.

classic   - 0123456789101234567891

Misc. Text

At 0x56D3:

HP \

At 0x56F9:

Time: 1:30

Unused Music

There's an unused track that doesn't play anywhere in the game. Possibly an alternate/early level complete fanfare? It may have also been intended for the "tribe extinct" screen, which uses the generic level-complete fanfare in the final version.

Training Levels Statistics

They're exactly like in the DOS version.

Semi-unused Skill

For unknown reasons, the developers had to cut some skills from the console ports of the game. Strangely, this version has all 51 skills available, but for some reason, there's one that appears to be either partially completed or partially deleted: the skier. This skill is available in the 4th polar level, but assigning it to a lemming does nothing but decrease the stock number (unlike the SNES version).

Regional Differences

Console Names

Europe US
Lemmings 2 The Tribes Megadrive(EU) Opening Credits.png Lemmings 2 The Tribes Genesis(US) Opening Credits.png

The European version uses the Sega Mega Drive name during the credits that appear during the opening sequence while the U.S. version uses the Sega Genesis name respectively. (Because Genesis uses one less letter compared to MegaDrive the top line of text and spacing are slightly shifted in the U.S version to accommodate the change)