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PortsCenter title card
Creator: Ben Paddon
Writers: Ben Paddon & Nick Simberg
Pilot: 24th October, 2011
Latest: 22nd November, 2013
Seasons: 1
Episodes: 21
Links: Website, YouTube

PortsCenter is a webseries which looks at interesting and unique ports, conversions and rereleases of video games. The pilot episode launched on 24th October, 2011 alongside a Kickstarter campaign which failed to raise the needed funds. A second, successful Kickstarter was launched in August 2012.

The show was created and is hosted and co-written by Ben Paddon, better known to the Worms community as Squirminator2k. Presently, the site is part of the Retroware TV network of shows. Retroware's website gets the show on Tuesday mornings, twenty-four hours before its general release on Wednesdays.

The first season began on January 28th, 2013 and is scheduled to end on December 25th, 2013. A second season has been announced, and is scheduled to begin on February 5th, 2014.

Links to the Worms series

Episode 1.12 of the show's first season looks at the entire Worms series, from the game's initial release up to Worms Reloaded, omitting handheld releases. Special attention is given to the console ports of Worms, Worms Armageddon and Worms World Party. Worms: The Director's Cut is also briefly touched upon.

Episode 1.18 of the first season focuses entirely on Worms: The Director's Cut and speaks on a technical level about the enhancements added to the game. The episode features usage of WormPrefs, and also includes footage of the Sheep-on-a-Rope in use. This episode also includes footage from Worms 2, captured by GreeN.

In addition to this, episode 1.10 takes a look at the MS-DOS port of Team17's cult platform game Superfrog. There is also a reference to the N64 port of Worms Armageddon in episode 1.02.

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