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Submitted by valvenews 875d ago | review

Worms: Revolution Review | GameFans

The newest Worms title from Team17 brings Worms back to the 2D landscape, with some very nice 3D accents. Now on a new engine, the game introduces some new physics elements such as small bodies of water that can be manipulated by destroying the surrounding environment, explosive zippo lighters, and also water-bottles filled with water ready to drown your opponent. (PC, Worms Revolution) 4/5

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