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Revision as of 13:44, 10 June 2007

Worms Armageddon icon  Worms Armageddon
Worms Armageddon title screen
Developer: Team17
Maintainers: Deadcode and CyberShadow
Publishers: MicroProse, Sold-Out Software, Green Pepper, Ubisoft, TryMedia
Release year: 1999
Latest version: / 5 January, 2006
Website: http://wa.team17.com
Buy: From Team17's Secure Shop

From Green Pepper's Online Shop
From Sold Out Software (scroll down!)

Update: On Team17's WA site

For update installation tutorials

Worms Armageddon is a strategy game developed by UK-based company, Team17. It was originally developed as an expansion pack for Worms 2, but as the project grew larger in scale, it was developed to be its own game. Released in 1999, it is widely accepted as the most successful game in the Worms series.

After a few updates (up to version 3.0), Team17 lost interest in updating the game. A few years later, however, they recruited Deadcode, a talented programmer who showed interest in the game, and even provided a 3rd-party solution (Silkworm) to make the game compatible with Windows 2000/XP. Deadcode has been writing software updates since then. He was later joined by CyberShadow, in September 2006.

The latest version of the game is, released on 5 January, 2006.


Only Worms Armageddon

Compilations including Worms Armageddon

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Official Updates

The game technology

Online play

3rd-party programs


Backup software


Map stealers

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Map viewers/decoders


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The programmers and reverse-engineers

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