For all that Worms is such a massive hit, it's not a game that's seen all that many clones. There have been plenty of artillery games in the past, but Worms offered style as well as the dynamic bombing and shelling gameplay. DChoc's latest offering, Super Water Bomber, is just such a clone, however, and understands its inspiration so profoundly it even captures much of the old Team 17 game's unique approach to styling.
Because Super Water Bomber has every bit as much comic flavour as Worms, it's very much its own game and takes the opportunity to fine tune the artillery mechanics to the mobile platform. But beyond all its platform-specific technicalities, it's the dry wit of its premise that really brings the game to life.