* FollowTheLeader: A case where the main game is still very popular, but nobody remembers all the imitators it has spawned. ''Troddlers''? ''Creepers''? Anyone?
* KillerApp: Although it's a multi-platform game, it started on the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} and was regarded as one of the best games of the platform.
* MarketBasedTitle: ''All-New World of Lemmings'' was released as ''The Lemmings Chronicles'' in America.
* MissingEpisode: The Windows 95 version removed several levels from the original game.
** All of the levels using special graphics ("A Beast of a Level", "MENACING!!", "What an AWESOME Level", "A Beast II of a Level") were removed, presumably due to the game engine's inability to replicate them.
** "All the 6's", presumably due to censorship reasons (see TheNumberOfTheBeast below)
** The first "We All Fall Down", possibly to cut down on excessive repetition
** The ''Oh No! More Lemmings'' level "Introducing SUPERLEMMING" was omitted, likely due to the game engine's inability to reproduce the fast-forward gimmick that the original level employed. Additionally, for seemingly no reason, four levels of the first difficulty rank were also cut.
** All the above levels in fact still exist in the data files (though the graphics for the special levels do not, only their actual level data), but simply cannot be accessed in game. By hacking the game, or simply examining the level files with a level editor, these levels can be confirmed to exist in the data.
* PortOverdosed: One of the top examples. ''Lemmings'' has been released for practically everything with an electronic display from the past 20 years, at least up until the Sony takeover..
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