The squeaky voices on the wind can only mean one thing. They’re back…
To celebrate the recent release of Worms: Ultimate Mayhem on PlayStation Store, we’ve teamed up with lovely people at Team 17 and Lunch PR to give you the opportunity to one of five copies of the game and a Worms t-shirt. Be the envy of your friends as you proudly wear your annelid branded garb, and then placate them by letting them bury you under a pile of homing missiles, grannies and super sheep.
Worms has always been a multiplayer favourite of ours, stretching back as long as we can remember, and this latest instalment of the humorous, turn-based battler is no different. We described it as very “moreish” in our recent review.
Of course the true test of any Worms title is in the multiplayer, be it over Live or jostling with a couch-sharing buddy, and the joys are still there. The prospect of a Worms battle may not be as fresh as it once was, but the familiarity swings both ways; yes, you’ve played it countless times before, but there is a reason for that and it’s because boiled down it is simple and moreish. Be it custom weapons or a classic fight involving nothing but bazookas and grenades, any issues are forgotten as the worms start throwing high-pitched insults at each other. All it takes is the wind blowing a missile slightly off course and hilarity can ensue in any number of ways as mines roll into the course of unsuspecting worms, strings of explosions can reach unintended targets, or even a good old double-cross.
For a chance to win, simply answer the following question in the comments below or via Twitter: if you could create a weapon for the Worms, what would it be?
You’ve until midnight on Friday 30th March to enter at which point we’ll try and contact the winners for their details.
- Shirts can only be won by UK residents, so mark your entries with #UK so we know you’re eligible.
- Download codes can only be won by those in the US or Europe. Codes are for PlayStation 3 only.
- Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash or credit or other goods.
- Prizes may take 28 days or longer to deliver.
- The judges’ decision is final.