Available Now Coming Sep 04, 2007
Worms: Open Warfare 2
The acclaimed mix of action and strategy comes to handhelds, now with wireless multiplayer capability. Easy to play, hard to master!
Retaining the classic 2D game play, cheeky humor and clever mix of action and strategy from Worms: Open Warfare, Worms: Open Warfare 2 takes gaming on the move to the next level by taking the battle online. Test your skills and fight it out with other worms fiends from anywhere around the world. With all new single player and multiplayer modes, weapons, scenarios and unprecedented customization options for your worms, Worms: Open Warfare 2 is the most comprehensive Worms title yet.
- Extensive Multiplayer Action: Few other gaming series' have had multiplayer so central to their focus and "Worms: Open Warfare 2" extends this even further. Take on anyone online, anywhere and at anytime—utilizing the Wi-Fi capabilities of the Nintendo DS.
- It's Worm War throughout the Ages! 6 all new landscapes allow the worms battle it out through history's most famous wars! Pirates, WW1, WW2, Cold War, Gulf War, and Space War!
- Brand New Game Modes: As well as classic "Worms" deathmatch, a range of new single player and multiplayer modes like "Puzzle Mode" and "Fort Mode" will demand new strategy and team-play from you and your worm army.
- Customization: Customize your worms and create your own landscapes with all new custom editors.
- System Nintendo DS
- Release Date Sep 04, 2007
- No. of Players up to 4 players
- Category Strategy
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