Worms W.M.D Crack/Patch

Worms W.M.D With a hand-drawn 2D look, brand new weapons, the introduction of crafting, vehicles and buildings plus the return of some classic weapons and gameplay, Worms W.M.D is back.

Download Worms W.M.D Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 78 / 100
User rating
8
Downloads 1345
Genre Strategy, Turn-Based, Artillery
Company / Developer
Team 17 / Team 17

Worms W.M.D reviews ( 7 )

TheRealXSlayer, Aug 24, 2016

This is the best worms game ever made!! there are some bugs and glitches but that's not changing the fact that this game is great! i spend hours in the game messing around with the customization and online multiplayer and it works just great!! ok so what if the game has some bugs and glitches, it's just the beginning and there are going to be some updates. this game is great and it's going to be AWESOME!!!!!!

djnicey, Sep 23, 2016

This has all the classic Worms gameplay yet it feels fresh and fun, what a game should be. Its very polished and I've not had any issues, even when running it on Steam for Linux. Its a lot of fun to play singleplayer but comes into its own multiplayer with friends.

badfantasyrx, Sep 17, 2016

We had a REALLY old school version of this way back in the day with tanks and it really stimulated my creativity and my understanding of simple things like vectors (physics). So cute and fun, but a really educational game too. I love playing it with kids. Tatianna Anne Jindra On YouTube BadfantasyRx

md5fungi, Dec 12, 2017

Worms. Worms 2. Worms Armageddon. Worms 3D. Worms Forts. Worms: Open Warfare. Have they made enough Worms games yet? More than 20 games exist in the main Worms series, and there's still games like Worms Blast and Worms Crazy Golf that take the physics of the Worms games and apply them to other mechanics. What improvements were made from, say, Worms 2 (1997) to Worms: Reloaded (2010)? Umm... Worms: Reloaded did have hats. Don't get me wrong, aside from the period where things went off the rails and the Worms games went full 3D, many of the newer installments have been quite good, but they just haven't really added or changed anything worthwhile. I would be perfectly happy playing one of the original games. Worms W.M.D is literally a game-changer. W.M.D takes the classic 2D Worms formula, and adeptly outfits it with enough new shiny mechanics and enhancements that it's a wonder it wasn't done before. This installment of Worms adds vehicles: tanks, helicopters, and mechs, etc. Each vehicle has a set of disadvantages and advantages, and they all look and sound amazing. The drillboat is capable of traversing land OR water, which can be extremely useful in certain situations. While you can cause some major destruction inside of these vehicles, don't get caught in a bad spot; it's going to hurt when one of them explodes with you inside. Additionally, the game adds machine guns, flamethrowers, and other stationary weapons around the map for you to use as you crawl around the map. Nothing in this game feels superfluous, and it all has a reason behind it. I've found myself realizing game after game about the sometimes not-so-obvious merits and side effects of the new map elements. Over the years, I've bought new Worms games and enjoyed them, but frequently found myself disappointed when some of the great classic weapons were removed. I'm proud to report that W.M.D brings back ALL of the best weapons from the series, as far as I'm concerned. Banana Bomb, Concrete Donkey, Super Sheep, Holy Hand Grenade, Sentry Gun, Carpet Bomb - they're all here... and they can be upgraded. In Worms W.M.D, a new crate drop has resources that you can use to craft weapon upgrades, as well as new weapons. This means that you can upgrade your Concrete Donkey to an Angry Concrete Donkey, which falls through the earth covered in FLAMES. The Shotgun can be upgraded into a Training Shotgun, which has laser sights on it. And if you are having a hard time finding the classic Ming Vase, the Dynamite upgrades into it, which makes sense, as having them be separate item slots would be redundant. The Ninja Rope is back again, and the physics are actually shockingly similar to the classic Worms games, which will be a relief for roping veterans. Maps now will usually have buildings on them if they are enabled. When inside a building, your worms can crawl through their tunnels and seek strategic vantage points. If you don't have any worms inside a building, you can't see any enemies that may be inside. It's very well done, and adds an extra stealth element to the game. While the game still very much shines as a multiplayer/party game, the single player modes are engaging and exciting. There are many challenges of different sorts for you to complete, and as you complete them you will unlock various goodies, such as new speech banks (accents) for your worms. The sound effects, particle effects/explosions, and environments are all fantastic and set a new standard for the series, too. Excellent. Having played MANY of the Worms games in my lifetime, I can confidently say that Worms W.M.D is the best game in the series. It honors the wisdom of the original games by retaining their strengths while innovating in just the right ways. If you have ever found this series even remotely interesting, you need to buy this one.

MarcioCavalcant, Dec 2, 2016

Very good game that stayed true to its origins (strategic war with a lot of comedy and destruction) and added a bunch of new features! Why can't more games sequels stay true to their roots?

gamergurl2427, Aug 25, 2016

Yes, Worms! Worms WMD is everything you expect from a Worms title: comedic chaos and destruction. Back to the roots of the game is where Team 17 needed to go, and Worms WMD delivers.

BFM, Aug 24, 2016

So this is the best Worms game they made since Worms Armageddon and Worms World Party. It's fun and does some interesting new stuff. BUT: This game needs a lot of changes from the developer, or the online community is dead again in a few months as everybody goes back to Worms Armageddon. Besides many small things that need tweaks and fixes, the developer needs to add a global text chat to the server browser, the option to put craftable weapons into schemes, and many missing weapons like Bow & Arrow, Freeze, Moles, Petrol Bombs, Low Gravity, Mole, and others. This game is not on one level with Worms: Armageddon but if they keep working on it, it could be. Also a warning: If you buy this game you don't get all the weapons. Some were exclusive as a pre-order bonus. They have to fix this and give all weapons to all players.