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There are 7 shops proposing this game for digital download at an average price of $ 14.08. We found the best promotion ongoing with a discount of 14%. See the comparison below, best prices on top:
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|DLGamer||Key [?]||$ 13.49 $ 14.99||view deal|
|GreenManGaming||Key [?]||$ 14.39 $ 14.99||view deal|
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|Steam||Direct [?]||$ 14.99||view deal|
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Worms are back!
Worms 3D was generally considered something of a disappointment, as the long-running series of artillery-based games with those famously aggressive worms just didn't really work in 3D. Worms 4: Mayhem was the sequel to that game and which didn't add much to the formula beyond a few new weapons so it's something of a surprise to find that Team 17 went to the both of making Ultimate Mayhem as this is effectively a straight remake. It does add in all the maps from Worms 3D making it a combination of the two previous games but there's no denying that the basic concept is flawed from the outset. The idea here is the same as usual, which is to take control of a squad of worms and then use a variety of mad weapons to destroy the other teams who are trying to do the same to you. The whole thing plays out in turn-based fashion, with limited time to move and shoot with your team before play passes on. As in the 2D games, the environments here are fully destructible and there's also the expected huge range of totally over-the-top weapons which are always fun to use. And although this isn't as good as the 2D offerings, there's no denying that there's still something irresistible about the concept of blowing up worms with exploding sheep and other such whacky creations. If you can get some chums around to have a multiplayer match then there's much riotous entertainment to be had, but the 3D nature does mean that this isn't as fluid or intuitive as earlier offerings, so if you're a diehard fan, do beware.