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|'''Buy:'''||From [http://www.mastertronic.com/productSoldOut.asp?pid=138&productLabelID=1 Mastertronic (former Sold Out Software)]
!Buy:||From [http://www.mastertronic.com/productSoldOut.asp?pid=138&productLabelID=1 Mastertronic (former Sold Out Software)]
|Update:||[http://wwp.team17.com/main.html?page=comm&area=_down_patc On Team17's WWP site]
|Update:||[http://wwp.team17.com/main.html?page=comm&area=_down_patc On Team17's WWP site]

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Worms World Party icon  Worms World Party
Worms World Party's title screen
Developer: Team17
Publishers: Titus, Sold-Out Software, Green Pepper, Ubisoft, TryMedia
Release year: 2001
Latest version: 1.01 - released on 30 May, 2001
Website: http://wwp.team17.com/
Buy: From Mastertronic (former Sold Out Software)
Update: On Team17's WWP site

Worms World Party is a strategy game developed by UK-based company, Team17. Based on Worms Armageddon, it was originally designed for the Sega Dreamcast console to make use of its online capabilities, but was also released for the PC with new missions, a mission editor, and some extra customisability.

WWP has been released for more systems than any other second-generation Worms title, and is the only Worms game available for the Game Boy Advance, Gizmondo, and NGage platforms.

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