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Closely rivalling Tetris as the most deviously addictive video game of our childhood, Lemmings brings back fond memories for most 80s kids.

In what can most easily be called a human version, but without the cliff part, this strange video features an endless stream of divers shuffling along to a diving board and taking it in turn to impress us with their skills.

Spoil sports are already claiming the vid is a case of digital trickery, but we don't care. It's insanely compelling.

Anyone else had a nightmare closely resembling this before?

(Image: Rex Features)

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