It is currently 22 Dec 2014, 09:25

What is lbz?
Lemmingball Z is a fighting game for linux and windows, loosely based on `Dragonball Z` the hit anime.
And when we say loosely based, we mean with a big twist.
Instead off the normal characters from the anime, this game features cute LEMMINGS fighting DBZ style!

LBZ’s main features:
  • Destructable 3d terrain
  • Ability to add your own levels/characters/moves to the game
  • Multiplayer with 2-4 players online or local
  • Good old-fashioned Hot-seat play
  • Slow-motion, like in "The Matrix"
  • Fancy graphics, like cell-shading and stuff
  • Netplay, without configuring or hamachi
  • Stupid AI to practice with
  • Blood! lots of it! :)

Check out the steam community group:


Patch online for connection troubles.

Fixed a couple of nasty bugs in the engine, online play should be easyer again.
Greetz: AnalyticaL
04 Nov 2014, 11:18

The website has been down for a few days.
Due to a buggy bash update.

Back up now... focus back to coding :)
Greetz: AnalyticaL
01 Oct 2014, 14:44

New update out
Hi all!,

A new update is out, and it should fix a ton of bugs + enhance performance.
The biggest change is that texturing limits on the level are completely gone...
You want 8192x8192 textures? you can do it.... (engine will only scale down if the underlying hardware requires it.)
Greetz: AnalyticaL
29 Jul 2014, 11:55

Patch 8792
Hi Folks,

A new patch has been put online, this updates add the following stuff:
- HTML and LGS are now integrated, no more seperate script language for the GUI.
- A new rule has been added that unlocks any character you defeat in a game.

Hope you enjoy this update!
Greetz: AnalyticaL
31 May 2014, 15:25

Website hosting update

I've moved the website to a new server and added some optimizations.
Website and updating the game should both be faster and the website should look better on phones and tablets.
Greetz: AnalyticaL
21 May 2014, 12:27

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