Do they come with parachutes as standard?
No, but they do approve of the Raspberry Pi;
EDIT: after reading this thread yesterday I also discovered & downloaded Lix and had a quick play last night (on Windows). Big Fun, but it just wasn't Lemmings. Just like after I'd tried Pingu, I felt a bit guilty afterwards - like I'd been unfaithful...
It's still a work-in-progress, to be fair. I do recall there being support for importing the MS-DOS Lemmings graphics, but I can't seem to find the info about that, now, annoyingly...
You may also like to check out the Java-based Lemmini
, on that note, which has the original levels, as well as an insane amount of user-created ones (check YouTube for Lemmini levels
to get a taste of that). It does require the assets from Lemmings for Windows 95, though, although that's cheap enough to pick up. I'm not sure how well it would run on the Raspberry Pi, though - I've not used Raspbian in a while (I've been wanting to learn more of RISC OS), so I don't know how things stand with regard to Java.
EDIT: It's also well worth noting, while we're here, that the Acorn Archimedes versions of Lemmings, Oh No! More Lemmings, and Lemmings 2: The Tribes (sadly, the Arc never got a port of All New World of Lemmings/The Lemmings Chronicles, which is Lemmings 3...) are among the games allowed for release by the Archimedes Software Preservation Project
, and will be made natively compatible with RISC OS on the Raspberry Pi.
This brings us neatly back to the hardware that is the subject of the forum, even if not to the Lemmings statues in Dundee.