Description: Worms Revolutionised
Pros: New physics objects, great blend of 2D and 3D, new classes, multiplayer is a ton of fun.
Cons: Not many multilayer opponents, it’s essentially the same Worms gameplay.
Worms is one of those franchises that has embedded itself into our gaming culture, ever since the original 1995 classic on the Amiga. After a staggering 15 games later, we’ve seen the Worms franchise jump from the Playstation Portable to the Nintendo Wii, from the second dimension into the third. It’s been a crazy ride for the guys over at Team17, with the team continually working to bring Worms to new audiences. But after 18 years, and 15 games, is Worms finally out of steam? Worms Revolution, happily, doesn’t take its foot off the pedal, with a whole new 3D engine that doesn’t sacrifice the nostalgic 2D turn-based destruction, but allows for some cool new physics objects and effects. It’s certainly not a perfect package, but if you have a few friends and a lot of spare time, Worms Revolution is the ultimate killer… of time and virtual enemy worms.