Sequel to the artillery tactical game Worms. Control an army of worms in combat using a collection of eclectic weaponry such as bazookas, dynamite, grenades, cluster bombs, homing missiles, banana bombs and the holy hand grenade.
Mankind discovers the secret of 'slipgates' called teleporters. However, they're misused by some strange force code-named 'Quake', which uses the slipgates to send hordes of warriors to earth to take over the whole world.
A sequel to Grand Theft Auto (1997), this game once again puts the player in the role of an aspiring thug hoping to climb to the top of the criminal world by completing missions and terrorizing the citizenry.
Madman Dr. Proton is determined to take over the world with his army of Techbots. Duke Nukem, the eponymous hero ventures through cities, chases Dr. Proton to his moonbase, and pursues him through time, to put an end to his mad schemes.
Think about it. Such a fun but simple concept which has proved its success with so much attention and several sequels.
If there was ever to be a film of Worms it would be CG, of course, but could probably work with concepts used by the ledgendary 'Battle Royale'. You could have all the worms being thrown together and having to make friends, then being forced to kill each other and having to wait their go.
I know it sounds crazy but since Uwe Boll is already trying to make a movie of 'Pac-Man' with Jack Black, then how about they give something to video game adaptions that would be more accepted.
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