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Worms World Party icon  Worms World Party
Worms World Party's title screen
Developer: Team17
Publishers: Titus/Virgin Interactive (2001 - PC, Dreamcast)
Sold-Out Software (2005-'09)
Green Pepper (?)
Ubisoft (2001 - PSone / 2002, PC)
TryMedia (2002-'04, PC digital)
CD Projekt (?)
Team17 (2015, PC digital)
Release dates: 6 April 2001 (Europe)
30 May 2001 (North America)
Latest version: 1.01 (vanilla) - released on 30 May 2001
1.134 (Remastered) - released on 20 October 2015
Website: http://wwp.team17.com/
Buy: From GOG, Steam
Update: On Team17's WWP site (CD edition only)

Worms World Party (or simply WWP in worms terminology) 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.

On 10 June 2015, Team17 announced Worms World Party Remastered, which features Steam achievements and various new features such as controller support and support for high resolutions in-game. The updated game was released on 16 July 2015 in GOG and Steam online distribution services.

The original release of Worms World Party is the last game in the series to use the stencil font logo. The next game, Worms 3D, would introduce a "bubble" logo that remained the series' default until the release of Worms WMD in 2016. The Remastered version of WWP instead uses the in-game version of the logo for all artwork, and this logo is also used for the PS4/PS5 digital re-release of the PSone version.

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