worms, the classic game is once again available for pre-order on Game Boy, SNES and SEGA Genesis. Worms was originally released in 1995 for the ‘Amiga’ console and is the first installment in the long-running series of the same name. Since then it has been released on various platforms including PC, PlayStation, Game Boy, SEGA Genesis and SNES among others. There was also a remake of Worms that came out in 2007 for Xbox 360 and in 2009 for PlayStation 3 and iOS.
The Serie worms has released several titles since the start of the franchise, many of which have kept the same turn-based artillery gameplay. However, several spin-offs have also been released that have tried to change the formula of the game. In 2020, developer Team17 attempted to grab a piece of the popular battle game genre with the release of the 2.5D action game Worms Rumble. Although the game received some praise for its gameplay, which strayed from its roots, Worms Rumble failed to capture a dedicated audience, making it difficult for players to find matches in the game’s PvP modes.
The new worms has been announced by Limited Run Games and will only be available until April 10, 2022. Fortunately, there is no purchase limit for the game, so those interested in getting their hands on a copy won’t have to worry about running out before the release date. deadline. According to Limited Run Games, after the pre-order period is over, it will take eight to nine months for the product to reach buyers.
Limited Run Games is known for releasing physical editions of classic video games, or games that were initially only going to be digital releases. One of his most recent projects is the physical edition of Castlevania Requiem, which went on sale last January, to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the series. Like the new installment of Worms, the physical edition of Castlevania Requiem for PS4 was available in both a standard edition and a collector’s edition. Although the new version of Worms can be difficult to play, as it is not easy to get a Game Boy, SNES or SEGA Genesis to play nowadays, it is still an attractive product for collectors and fans of the Worms series, especially for those who were able to play the original when it was first released.