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Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Original Amiga Works, Early Game Soundtracks, Worms Open Warfare - Original game soundtrack, Worms 4 Mayhem - Original game soundtrack, Worms Forts: Under Siege - Original game soundtrack, Worms Battle Rally (abandoned game) - Original game soundtrack, Worms 3D - original game soundtrack, Worms Blast - original game soundtrack, and 8 more. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $46.42 USD or more (50% OFF) Send as Gift Share / Embed 1. Worms 3D Fanfare Title Theme 01:16 buy track 2. Wormsong 2003 05:32 lyrics buy track This is the continuing saga of courage, honor, and Worms.Many generations have passed since we were last witness to such a raging war.Long forgotten by creatures who dwell on the world's surface,The ongoing struggle of the Worms had caused much bloodshed,As cults and clans battled on for dominance of the world.Over the years, Boggy B had seen many a bloody battle, yet still he fights on!For glory, for honor, and for his fallen friends, he must settle the score,So that future generations may live without fear of Air Strikes and Grenades,Or face the hardship every day that the war has brought upon his world.[Chorus]We are Worms, we're the best, and we've come to win the war.We'll stand, we'll never run; stay until it's done.Though our friends may fall and our world be blown apart,We'll strike with all our might, we'll fight for what is right,Till the end.If anything, life as a Worm had become even more dangerous.Experiments had brought new and more powerful weapons to the battle.Stories of exploding Bananas were used to scare the young ones from mischief.Sometimes even hardened war veterans could not hide their simmering fear.We join Clagnut, son of Spadge, as he sets out on a scouting mission behind enemy lines.The memory of his father clear in his mind, Clagnut carefully peeked over a leaf.It was then, to his horror, he saw his uncle, Boggy B, trapped in a cave,And the enemy's evil smile, as he reached for the Soft Fruit of Doom![Chorus]This was the moment he had trained for since he was only half an inch long!Using the Rope he had packed, Clagnut lowered himself down the hill.Primed for action, silent and deadly as only the slimiest of Worms can be,He crouched down, and quietly squirmed up behind his foe, prepared to make it count.At such close range, a Grenade or a Banana would surely make things worse.So he drew his Baseball Bat and struck his foe across the neck with a mighty swing!The enemy flew high and into the abyss, where Boggy then rained 3 Cows upon his head!And once again, the cry was heard far across the land,"WE'VE WON THE WAR!" 3. Worms 3D Worms Theme Ompah version 00:40 buy track 4. Worms 3D In Game Arctic 1 04:22 buy track 5. Worms 3D In Game Arctic 4 04:12 buy track 6. Worms 3D In Game Gothic 1 04:01 buy track 7. Worms 3D In Game Gothic 2 04:50 buy track 8. Worms 3D In Game Gothic 3 04:23 buy track 9. Worms 3D In Game Gothic 4 04:15 buy track 10. Worms 3D In Game Pirate 1 04:32 buy track 11. Worms 3D In Game Pirate 2 04:22 buy track 12. Worms 3D In Game Pirate 3 04:24 buy track 13. Worms 3D In Game Pirate 4 04:43 buy track 14. Worms 3D In Game Space 1 04:15 buy track 15. Worms 3D In Game Space 2 04:30 buy track 16. Worms 3D In Game Space 3 04:01 buy track 17. Worms 3D In Game Space 4 04:25 buy track 18. Worms 3D In Game Tudor 1 04:30 buy track 19. Worms 3D In Game Tudor 04:14 buy track 20. Worms 3D In Game Tudor 3 04:14 buy track 21. Worms 3D In Game Tudor 4 04:12 buy track 22. Worms 3D In Game War 1 04:16 buy track 23. Worms 3D In Game War 2 04:07 buy track 24. Worms 3D In Game War 3 04:09 buy track 25. Worms 3D In Game War 4 04:24 buy track about For this game, I composed a lot of music. Available now is a digital download album of 25 tracks, available in high-quality MP3 or lossless FLAC download.Those with a keen eye for detail may not ice that there is an "Arctic 1" and "Arctic 4" but no 2 or 3.Truth is, whilst gathering my files many years after this release, I could only find these files in my archives. Arctic #2 and #3 are lost to me - which is why they are not included here. $(".tralbum-about").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_about"), "more", "less"); credits released August 1, 2003 Bjørn Lynne - all music $(".tralbum-credits").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_long"), "more", "less"); license all rights reserved tags Tags electronic electronica game ost original video game music video game video game music video game ost video game soundtrack videogame music videogame ost videogame soundtrack worms Stavern Shopping cart total USD Check out about Bjørn Lynne (aka Dr Awesome) Video Game Soundtracks and Retro Amiga music Vestfold Og Telemark, Norway
Not all the weapons that were previously available have made the cut into the 3 dimensional realm, however Worms 3D comes too with a selective set of new weaponry such as the Lottery Strike or the Gas Grenade which should allow you to find a few dozen of new ways to kill your fellow worms online.
Team 17 understands the value of juxtaposition. It's the crux of the Yorkshire-based developer's flagship series, Worms, where cute, squeaky-voiced cartoon earthworms have been gleefully knocking the tar out of each other with bazookas, grenades, land mines, baseball bats, flying sheep, and just about anything else they can get their hands on for the better part of a decade now. But underneath all the absurdist violence, Team 17 has cleverly been sneaking in some high-quality strategy action that can be enjoyed by novice and expert players alike. The differences between past Worms games have been pretty incremental, and the transition to 3D marks the biggest change the series has seen yet. It's a transition that has ruined better games, but Team 17 makes the transition seem pretty easy.
Save for the anomalous and oddly compelling Worms Blast, all of the previous Worms games have been turn-based strategy affairs, and Worms 3D doesn't mess with that formula. The fundamental task in Worms 3D is to take a small team of worms and use a wide array of weaponry to dispose of an opposing team. During your turn, you're given control of one of your worms. You can inch around the landscape, use jump and backflip moves to get past smaller obstacles, or use special gear such as the ninja rope or the jetpack to access harder-to-reach spots, but there's also a timer in place, making sure you don't dawdle. Once you're where you want to be, you can choose a weapon with which to inflict damage on your opponent. The selection of weapons in Worms 3D is both vast and completely silly and definitely accounts for much of the game's appeal. There are plenty of conventional weapons--bazookas, grenades, shotguns, land mines, and Uzis--but then there's the weird stuff, like the exploding sheep, the Street Fighter II-style dragon punch, and the agreeably chaotic banana bomb. And these are just some of the highlights.
Despite their absurd setting and cutesy presentation, the Worms games have always been pretty serious tactical strategy affairs, with factors like the wind direction, fall damage, and the blast radius of different explosions coming into play. The projectiles are definitely harder to use now than when the worms had only two dimensions to consider, which will usually force you to get a lot closer to your enemy before you launch an attack. Since all of the maps in the Worms games have been bound on all sides by water, one of the most practical strategies is to just knock a worm into the drink rather than try to whittle away at its health, since, as we all know, worms can't swim. By taking the game into 3D, this tactic is made even more prominent, since there are now more sides to push opponents off of. Worms 3D is still a pretty good strategy game, but curiously, taking the game into full 3D seems to have actually detracted from some of the depth found in the 2D games.
But the most attractive aspect of Worms 3D is its multiplayer game. The game itself doesn't differ that radically from a regular game against the AI, but what makes it so great is the amount of customization it allows for. Up to four teams of worms can play in a round-robin game, and the variables you can tweak include, and are not limited to, the weapons available during the match, the amount of health each worm has, the length of the game, the length of each turn, the number of rounds in the match, whether worms take damage from falling, whether the landscape is destructible, and the size, shape, and color of the landscape. All these options, combined with the fast-paced hot-seat nature of Worms 3D, make it a fantastic multiplayer game with a great amount of replay value.
The look of Worms 3D is usually very sunny and very cartoony. There's no consistent theme, really, and the levels you'll do battle on include a spooky graveyard, a re-creation of King Kong climbing the Empire State Building, and the moon. The graphics are pretty simple, looking kind of blocky and sporting some rather simple textures, but it has a clean look to it, and the personality definitely helps the game overcome the relatively basic technology that powers it. After seeing Worms Blast, where the worms were cel-shaded, it's a little disappointing to see that the worms here are just textured normally, though they still look and move pretty well, regardless.
The voices of the worms have been a linchpin to the aesthetics of the series from the beginning, and Worms 3D knows not to mess with a winning formula here. On the whole, the worms will make off-the-cuff comments in a cute, squeaky voice, but the beauty here is that there are just shy of 40 different voice themes that you can assign your worms, giving you plenty of options if you grow tired of a particular set. The bulk of the in-game sound effects have been lifted directly from past Worms games, and the familiarity of the squeaky noise the worms make as they inch along, the hollow clank of a grenade bouncing off surfaces, and the solid kerplunk when worms end up in the water not only let you know you're playing a Worms game, but also complement the game's outlandish tone on their own. There's a bit of music in there too, which is light and upbeat, though not in an overly cartoony way. Think of MIDI music from an Apogee shareware game using improved instrumentation, and you're almost there. 041b061a72