Worms Armageddon

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Third party DRM: Steam

This game requires a free Steam account to play.


Those intrepid invertebrates return with a vengeance in the much-loved Worms™ Armageddon. It’s a whole new can of worms! It’s hilarious fun that you can enjoy on your own or with all your friends.

Key Features:

  • Use over 55 weird and wonderful weapons and tools including Earthquake, Freeze and French Sheep Strike.

  • Play single-player Deathmatch plus an exciting 40+ mission campaign.

  • Learn tactics using five special training modes including Sheep Racing, Crazy Crates and Advanced Weapon Training.

  • Over 30 custom and comedy sound banks (including stiff upper lip, Cyberworms and more).

  • New for multi-player mode: Handicapping (add or deduct energy for a team), Allied Teams (team up with others to target another player), ‘Worms Disease’, Home Runs and many, many more.

Customer reviews


Extremely funny!

coop | April 10, 2014 | See all coop's reviews »

Probably the best of the series, Worms Armageddon is a classic of the franchise. It's the first Worms that I've played, and maybe the better of the franchise, so if you want a Worms game, buy this game. It’s hard to describe that game: it’s a sort of platform game, and you have to “kill” other worms with weird weapons. But it’s very funny, especially if you play online or with friends! Buy it! Now!!!


The best

Gmen | April 5, 2014 | See all Gmen's reviews »

Worms Armageddon picks up where Worms 2 left off. Overall, the presentation here is better than in said game, and most of what made that game great is still here. But there are a lot of other things that have been added too, like even greater customisation, right down to the chances of a weapon appearing in a crate.

The game looks pretty much the same and plays the same as Worms 2, but I will say that it’s more polished and ambitious than said game. Having said that, there were more than a few annoying bugs that spoilt it for me, to be honest. The good news is that there are still patches being cranked out for it to this day and even cross support with Worms World Party (Armageddon's immediate sequel) for multiplayer is planned. This isn’t just the best game in this series – it’s a cult classic that still has a major following to this day and plenty of people play it. This is turn based strategy at its finest. While the singeplayer campaign and skirmish modes against AI are great, multiplayer is the biggest draw here.


Well worth the asking price

DaxterD1 | Sept. 29, 2013 | See all DaxterD1's reviews »

I recently returned to this game after trying Worms Revolution. Both titles are great games, but if you want a blunt opinion, Team17 have never bettered themselves with this A* classic (or indeed Worms Armageddon if you want extra options!). A lovely art style, endless gameplay, hilarious sound banks, memorable music, thriving online multiplayer and more besides. It is a testament to Team17's community that this game continues to survive despite all the other iterations in the series. It'll stand the test of time for many more years..!


The Alpha and Omega for the Worms Franchise

phool | Sept. 10, 2013 | See all phool's reviews »

Simply put this is the quintessential worms game, taking the familiar mechanic of it predecessors and polishing it to perfection. If you only own one worms game, make sure this is the one.

I have lost days of my life huddling around a 15" CRT monitor with a few friends and laughing uncontrollably as we cause complete and utter devastation eradicating our teams of legless friends and piloting our super sheep.

Why are you still reading this? Just go on and buy the game already.


A classic

PaulLFC | Aug. 23, 2013 | See all PaulLFC's reviews »

Ever wondered why a lot of Worms fans kept asking for Worms Armageddon to be rereleased digitally before it actually happened? Why every new Worms game announcement was met with "meh, it's not Worms Armageddon"? There's a reason for that. Not since has there been a game in the series that so perfectly balances fun and, well, balance. Few experiences can compare to multiplayer deathmatches on Worms, and still today we play the game, even though it came out over a decade ago. Maybe you should play it too. You just might like it.