As the title indicates, players will navigate through menus and play all 100 levels using the easy-to-use “touch and swipe” interface implemented throughout the game, according to Campbell.
“It’s fantastic to finally be able to talk about Lemmings Touch. d3t has been working on the Lemmings franchise since the Playstation Mobile version, which we were extremely happy with,” Campbell wrote. “We always wanted to see what we could do with the Lemmings franchise on a device as capable as PS Vita, so we took on board all of the feedback we received from the Playstation Mobile version and, as you will see when you get hands-on with Lemmings Touch, you guys have helped d3t make it an extraordinarily refined and enjoyable experience.”
Lemmings Touch also features new ways to play due to the different objects players will be able to interact with using the new interface, such as cannons and trampolines that you need aim by touching them on-screen, platforms you can slide to transport Lemmings, buttons the Lemmings need to press to access new areas and objects you can lift up and down to create new paths.
In addition to the redesigned control scheme, Lemmings Touch introduces brand-new environments specifically designed for the new touch objects and themed levels that allow for unique interactions with the Lemmings.
At the end of the post, Campbell mentions a “twist” to the game, saying that “not all Lemmings are what they seem,” but does not elaborate.
No word yet on pricing or a release date, so be sure to check back for further details.