|Worms 2: Armageddon|
|Platforms||Android, Xbo x360 (XBLA), PlayStation 3 (PSN), iOS|
|Rating||ESRB: Everyone 10+ with mild cartoon violence|
|Genre||Turn-based strategy game|
Worms 2: Armageddon is a strategy game developed and published by Team17. It was first released on Xbox Live Arcade for 800 Microsoft points on the first of July 2009. On September 8 2010, the game was released on the PlayStation Network in Europe. By October 28 2010, the game was released globally on iPhone and iPad.
Worms 2: Armageddon is a sequel to Worms (2007). This game also appears in the Worms Collection. It made another retail appearance as part of Worms: The Revolution Collection, which was released on May 3rd, 2013, exclusively on the Xbox 360.
An expanded version of this game titled Worms Reloaded was released for the PC on August 26, 2010.
- Air Strike
- Banana Bomb
- Baseball Bat
- Buffalo of Lies
- Bunker Buster
- Cluster Bomb
- Concrete Donkey
- Dragon Ball
- Fire Punch
- Gas Pump
- Holy Hand Grenade
- Homing Missile
- Lightning Strike
- Marked For Death
- Napalm Strike
- Petrol Bomb
- Poison Strike
- Sentry Gun
- Super Bunker Buster
- Super Sheep
The bold weapons and utilities are only available with the Battle Pack DLC, with the exception of the iOS version (due to what is likely an oversight by Team17, the weapons are invisible but still can be accessed by tapping the location of where the weapon would be if the DLC was purchased. Invisibility is also invisible in the select screen, regardless of whether or not the DLC was purchased.)
- Time Attack
- Wild West
Bolded terrain are only available in DLC packs.
- Main article: Worms 2: Armageddon/Achievements and Trophies
Worms 2: Armageddon includes 25 achievements in the Xbox 360 version, and 75 trophies in the PlayStation 3 version.
- Main article: Worms Reloaded/DLC
The Battle Pack includes new weapons, missions, and game styles. The Puzzle, Forts, Time Attack, and Retro packs contain new content originally developed for Worms Reloaded. The free Mayhem Pack was released to promote Worms: Ultimate Mayhem.
The critics' reaction to the game has been generally positive. As of August 17, 2010, it has a rating of 84% on Metacritic, based on twenty three reviews. IGN gave it a score of 8.5/10, concluding: "This is one of the most fun multiplayer games around, and now the single-player campaign provides a satisfying experience, as well."
|2D variants||First Generation|