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  • Publisher: Acclaim
  • Genre:Strategy
  • Developer: Team17 Software
  • Release Date:Mar 12, 2004
  • # of Players:4 players
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Titles rated "Teen (T)" may be suitable for ages 13 and older, and may contain violent content, mild, or strong language, and/or suggestive themes.)
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Game Description:Moving from the 2D format of past classic Worms titles, Worms 3D adds another dimension to demented Worms warfare. Playing now in first-person, third-person or bird's eye view, you can now engage in battle in a more intuitive and immersive manner. As usual, the environments are randomly generated and entirely destructible. All the humorous weapons are also here, including flying super sheep, exploding moles, holy hand grenades, banana bombs and mad cows, only this time you'll have the added challenge and delight of using them in a 3D environment! Using those weapons can be tricky, and friendly fire and sudden turns of fate make for constant surprises and laughs. There's no better way to blast and vaporize your buddies than in this thoroughly entertaining and addictive franchise!
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  • Worms Ultimate Mayhem Is A Little Bit Old, A Little Bit New

    You have to appreciate the charming simplicity of the gameplay in Worms: two warring factions of the slithery little beasties take turns launching a startling array of firepower across a map, until one group or the other has been wiped out. It's the reason the games continue to be so popular and also why fans are sure to be excited about Team...

    Posted July 29, 2011

    Worms Ultimate Mayhem Is A Little Bit Old, A Little Bit New

 


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