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Worms World Party (Game Boy Advance)

68
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.7
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

User Reviews

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Our Users Say

Category Description MobyScore
AI How smart (or dumb) you perceive the game's artificial intelligence to be 3.7
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 4.0
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.3
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 4.0
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.7
Overall MobyScore (3 votes) 3.7


The Press Says

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82
neXGam
Top-Umsetzung der Würmer auf den GameBoy Advance. Technisch recht einfach, dafür wurde aber das Gameplay hervorragend portiert. Eindeutig ein Titel der Oberklasse für Nintendos Kleinstem...
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Officiel Nintendo Magazine
Mignon et ultra rigolo, Worms World Party est un jeu de stratégie unique en son genre. À goûter absolument et de préférence à plusieurs !
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All Game Guide
Worms enthusiasts will be surprised by the game's lack of any save feature -- not even passwords. Players can edit their own team, give them names and a special weapon, but they won't be able to save that team after the power is turned off. Statistics aren't tracked either (they're not even displayed at the end of a match), taking away some of the fun associated with replaying your team, not to mention the all-important bragging rights earned from a winning record. Of course, the lack of battery or passwords means games in progress cannot be saved as well, which is disappointing to say the least. It's a shame that Worms World Party falls short of greatness based on two relatively simple and inexpensive items: battery backup and Game Link support. Players who can overlook these issues will be happy to know that Worms is still as fun as ever. It's addictive, it's funny, and it's well worth looking into for strategy fans.
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GameSpot
While you should take the deficiencies mentioned above into account if you're thinking of purchasing Worms World Party, you should temper them with the knowledge that the game is thoughtfully designed and fun to play. Worms World Party is a decent strategy game, even if it doesn't look as good as, sound as good as, or carry the same number of features as other games in the genre.
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Planet Gameboy.de
Worms World Party ist ein nettes Party-Game für Mehrspielerfreunde. Das war es schon früher, daran hat sich nichts geändert. Wer sich von dem Bug nicht abschrecken lässt bekommt ein nettes Game für zwischendurch, dass jedoch nicht unbedingt den hohen Preis der GBA-Spiele rechtfertigt. Insgesamt doch ein wenig zu fizzelig. Jetzt fehlt nur noch Lemmings GBA...
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Modojo
Worms World Party is yet another quality game for the N-Gage and a must buy. It's not particularly thrilling and it doesn't offer anything new if you're a longtime fan of the series, but its rock solid gameplay coupled with its personality and deep customization options make it an essential selection for a system in need of some hits.
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Jeuxvideo.com
On n'est jamais aussi déçu que par ce dont on attendait beaucoup. Soyons clair, on attendait Worms pour sa formidable convivialité en mode multi, qui aurait pu être géant sur Gameboy, et on se retrouve quasiment avec un jeu solo. Et très franchement, jouer à Worms en solo, c'est comme passer le réveillon seul, sans électricité, en mangeant des endives à l'eau, avec une petite coupe de Villageoise à la main. Très franchement (encore une fois) si vous comptiez passer de longues et intenses heures avec vos camarades sur ce Worms, vous allez être déçu, car sachez que la visibilité sur la GBA n'est pas celle d'un écran de PC ou de télévision, et que vous risquez fort d'attendre votre tour en aveugle. A moins que vous ne désiriez vous entraîner en cachette pour briller en société sur la version PC. Cependant le mode solo est bien réalisé, et si jouer contre seul à Worms contre l'ordinateur ne vous dérange pas plus que ça...