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Revision as of 14:44, 16 March 2013

(Up to WormKit)
This WormKit module is not compatible with the latest W:A update (3.7.2).
ReplayShark
Developer: G-Lite
Supported games: W:A
Supported W:A version: 3.7.0.0, 3.6.31.0, 3.6.30.0, 3.6.29.0, 3.6.26.5
License: Open-source
Download: 3.7.0.0 version
3.6.31.0 version
3.6.29.0 version

ReplayShark is a program that allows you to "capture" any given moment during a game, allowing you to build a directory of replays each labelled with a timestamp indicating the time something interesting happened in that replay. Simply put, it is a convenience program which eliminates the hassle of manually going through the replay after your game and finding the interesting turn, and then copying the replay and adding a timestamp. ReplayShark does this all for you at the press of a hotkey (specifically, Ctrl + F12).

ReplayShark was thought up in April 2006 by Cueshark [1] and eventually created in August by G-Lite [2].

ReplayShark requires you to enable Load WormKit modules in the Advanced settings screen.

It has been modified by Pisto to work with the 3.6.29.0 update of Worms Armageddon, and then by Kawoosh to work with the 3.6.30.0, 3.6.31.0 and 3.7.0.0 updates.

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