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Worms Reloaded is the first traditional 2D entry in the Worms series for the PC since Worms World Party and incorporates some of the new ideas in the versions since released on the Nintendo DS and Xbox 360.

The game's core game play is still identical, but many new features have been added or upgraded since previous releases. In either single player or multi player two to four teams of up to four worms per team duke it out in turn-based combat. Using a variety of weapons players attack each other in what is essentially a more complex version of the classic Artillery. Player's can lob grenades, fire rocket launchers, drop mines, fire guns or use many of the wacky fictional weapons such as Monty Python's holy hand grenade or exploding sheep. The terrain is fully destructible and surrounded by water. Worms can't swim so when they are thrown in the water by an explosion it's an instant kill. There are also various hazards present on the terrain such as the familiar mines and oil barrels (that put the terrain on fire), but also new hazards such as sentry guns.

The game features an all new single player campaign with 35 levels, an advanced campaign with 30 levels and an additional 5 unlockable levels. Finishing levels earns money which can be used to buy these new levels, new weapons, themes, hats, etc. Using Steamworks the game has an automatic match making system and online matches are ranked in the global and friends leader boards. Players can control up to four worms per team with up to four teams per match. There's also a selection of achievements which can be unlocked as is usual with games released on Steam.

Worms are fully customizable, including colour, hat, gravestone, victory dance, names, fort (for the fort game mode) and soundbank. All soundbanks of earlier Worms games are included with the addition of 20 new ones. Levels are also fully customizable. A simple drawing program allows the player to draw his own levels and simply apply a skin and automatically fill it up with hazards and worms, or carefully determine the exact position of everything manually. Levels can now also easily be made more vertical, for those who aren't afraid of some steep heights.


Worms: Reloaded Windows The landscape editor
Worms: Reloaded Windows A napalm strike just barely missed this enemy worm
Worms: Reloaded Windows In the tutorial you get some targeting assistance
Worms: Reloaded Windows A dangerous speed run

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Worms: Reloaded Screenshot
Worms: Reloaded Screenshot
Worms: Reloaded Screenshot
Worms: Reloaded Screenshot


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Critic Reviews Aug 27, 2010 90 out of 100 90
Worth Playing Oct 01, 2010 9 out of 10 90
Thunderbolt Games Oct 14, 2010 9 out of 10 90
Gaming Nexus Aug 30, 2010 8.9 out of 10 89
GamingLives Jan 08, 2011 8 out of 10 80 Sep 03, 2010 8 out of 10 80
GameSpot Aug 27, 2010 8 out of 10 80
Gameplay (Benelux) Sep 29, 2010 75 out of 100 75
Game Revolution Oct 05, 2010 B 75
Game Rant 2010 2.5 out of 5 50


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On July 4th, two special Independence Day-themed hats are unlocked to use in the game for 24 hours.

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vedder (38860) added Worms: Reloaded (Windows) on Aug 25, 2010
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