They do not come with the need to look up stuff in the manual (thank goodness) BUT I tried copying the disks to make a backup of them and it just ended up with a borked 'non-copy' which Workbench did not recognize.
And yep, they did indeed have write protect tabs, aaand like an idiot I didn't make sure they were write-protected before I tried installing it, I expected the HD install to be like all the other 'install programs' which ask for the installation type first (novice, Intermediate, advanced) and then ask for a location but nope, it just goes straight to installing at the location the install executable is, without even checking to see if it is a floppy disk (or even ITS OWN INSTALL DISK)
I'm holding out that intric8's version he found is different from all the others I saw online - they all DON'T have the iHD install file I need.
Shot97 wrote:I find it odd the game even had the write protect tab in there to be able to do such a thing... I could swear the original Lemmings came without one. Though I guess Lemmings 2 had a save feature built in... More likely terrible copy protection that wouldn't let you copy the disk without special copy programs, necessitating a need to save onto the original disks... Awful policy when you have the right to your own backup copy. Did the 2nd game also have manual lookup for copy protection as well? The first one definitely had that, but to go that route with the 2nd game while doing their best to not make the disks themselves be copied, double awful.