Lemmingball Z

Lemmingball Z

<strong>Lemmingball Z</strong> is a fighting game for linux and windows, loosely based on DBZ, the hit anime' And when say loosely based, i mean with a big twist' Instead off the normal characters from the anime, this game features cute LEMMINGS bashing eachothers skull in! The game is released, and new versions are always in development. LBZ’s main features: <ul> <li> Destructable 3d terrain <li> Ability to add your own levels/characters/moves to the game <li> Multiplayer with 2-4 players online or local <li> Good old-fashioned Hot-seat play <li> Slow-motion, like in "The Matrix" <li> Fancy graphics, like cell-shading and stuff <li> Netplay, without configuring or hamachi <li> Stupid AI to practice with <li> Blood! lots of it! :) </ul>
Minimum system requirements: 

CPU: 1 GHz (x86 compatible)
RAM: 256 MB
GPU: A video-card from NVIDIA or ATI with 64 MB VRAM.

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Another game that doesn't run on AMD64

It requires Glew 32 bit to run, as it cannot find Glew normally installed and gives a "wrong ELFclass" error is symbolic link is added.

then we would need a pocketpc, arm, mips, sparc, whatever tag...

try something like this:

mkdir -p /tmp/glew32 && cd /tmp/glew32
wget -c http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/pool/main/g/glew/libglew1.5_1.5.4-1_i386.deb -O /tmp/glew32/glew32.deb
ar p glew32.deb data.tar.gz | tar zx
mv usr/lib/libGLEW.so* $YOURGAMEPATH/lib

I have already got libglew.so.1.5 installed in /usr/lib/ , I am afraid this will cause a mess with that

Also, the game seems to be looking for libglew in /usr/lib32. (I get the wrong ELFclass error after linking "ln -s /usr/lib/libGLEW.so.1.5 /usr/lib32/libGLEW.so.1.5")

because you linked the 64Bit build, remove your link and try the solution from above.