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Worms 3 has online asynchronous multiplayer as well as local hot seat multiplayer. Making for a great game to play at ones convenience with the online mode as well as something fun to pass around with friends locally. See More
For what is an already paid upfront game at $4.99 it also includes in-app-purchases that range from $0.99 - $6.49 per item. Luckily though the purchases are only for cosmetics, which means there is no pay-to-win mechanics here. See More
The campaign mode is a single player section of the game where users can brush up on their tactics as well as learn how to play with an increasing difficulty. This way players can brush up on their strategies and aim without worry of losing to online players. See More
At its core, Worms 3 is still the same fun gameplay found in all the previous incarnations of the Worms franchise. However, Worms 3 has added two new gameplay elements that increase the amount of strategy in the game, squads and cards. Squads gives individual worms different advantages/disadvantages such as speed or increased damage and you can choose from the various worms to form your team. Cards give you boosts that you can play during your turn such as extra health or weapons. The upgrades are also not tied to in-app-purchases. You cannot buy yourself the best upgrades and thus the game does not punish you for not buying upgrades. See More
Great artillery style gameplay with many strategic elements added on top in order to give a more deep experience
The new Worms 3 addition of a card system allows players to choose a card after their turn that will directly affect the next players turn. Making for a great mechanic that can turn the tides of a game at any point. The cards are available for purchase through in game coins that are earned during gameplay, which is a bit of a relief that they are not available through in app purchases. See More
The community surrounding this game is huge due to its popularity. There are lots of servers and projects revolving around it that allow for so many different choices in how one wants to play and who they want to play with. From crafting guides/videos, themed servers and YouTube play sessions, there is enough out there to help one find what they are looking for. See More
Each new world is randomly generated, making for a different experience every time. There can be plains, rivers, beaches, ravines, giant mountains, hidden villages, and a lot more. There are also 38 biomes, which includes snow, desert, forest, swamp among others. Each one has its own set of unique blocks, plant life, and creatures. You won't get tired of exploring above ground or underground because every location will seem new and exciting. See More
If you prefer building, creative mode is the way to go. It immediately gives you unlimited blocks, the ability to fly, and immortality. This allows you to easily build anything you want without worrying about height or enemies. Things like giant castles, villages, roller coasters, and even unique builds such as the Enterprise from Star Trek. You can really let your creativity loose. See More
Unlike many games that give a reason as to why the main character is killing "bad guys" over and over, Hatred is themed that the main character is a serial killer, killing to cleanse the world of humanity. While this is not far off from games like Destroy All Humans!, where you are tasked with wiping out the human race, the tones are completely different in that Hatred is a very dark and disturbed game. It can be refreshing to some to see a game be honest about what it sets out to do with little apology while being seen as a critique on the current state of gaming. See More
Using a controller can be tough with the game as the accuracy is not great, so it is recommended to use a keyboard and mouse. Even then the movement of the main character feels as though they are moving on ice, sliding around a lot. This makes it very difficult to be accurate even though a mouse is helpful in precision targeting. See More
The game is a punishing twin stick shooter and it is difficult to survive, it will take a lot of practice but can be rewarding for those that like a challenge. While the controls do work best on keyboard and mouse the core gameplay lends itself to using two sticks to control the character such as what are found on a controller. The game can be frustrating, but that is part of its charm. See More
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