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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.
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.
Great Quick, turn-based Multiplayer Action!untitled36 | June 16, 2014 | See all untitled36's reviews »
Ah, worms armageddon. It brings back the memories. My roommate and I used to do 2x2 team battles, and we cleaned up regularly. While there are many many worms games in this series, this one was my first, and still holds a place in my heart. The newer versions are decent, but really, all they do is add fancy shmancy graphics that don't actually improve the gameplay at all. In fact, in some cases, they distract from it. This game is pure old school goodness. You pick from a large selection of weapons, aim, add power (for most weapons) and release. The number of voices and other customizations keeps the game fun.
Best local multiplayer game ever.Furrek | May 21, 2014 | See all Furrek's reviews »
This game is the best Worms game ever. The only one that can compare is Worms World Party, but sadly it's not avaible anywhere.
I remember when I was a kid I played it everyday. Spent many days after school with friends playing this game. Before we started playing, we were making a special rules. Like, we can only use granades, or sheeps. This was so fun. We were also making our maps, some was totally unplayable, some required skill at throwing granades or planning to be sneaky. And when it was getting dark outside and friends were going home, I was always jumping online. There was always someone to play with and have fun. I really miss those times.
Anyway, it's many years later and guess what? Worms Armageddon still have active multiplayer community. Team 17 is also taking care of this old gem - imagine a patch after so many years! Usually Devs stop caring about their games after 1-2 years. It only shows how great guys at Team 17 are.
So, wanna know something about the game? It's just best game ever - best Worms game, best local and online multiplayer. It's one of those games that are must play for every gamer. It's worth every price.
Pinnacle of the seriesAkiMatti | May 7, 2014 | See all AkiMatti's reviews »
Armageddon took everything Worms 2 had done and raised it up to eleven! More weapons, more everything! Intense multiplayer over network!
Truly the apex of the series as new iterations of the franchise have failed to add anymore fun into the game.
This is it. The most fun you can have with digital worms.
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 bestGmen | 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.