Worms™ Crazy Golf is a hilarious mixture of the explosive action of Worms™ and the puzzle-based challenges of crazy golf! All of the trademark Worms™ humour, comic violence, and cartoon visuals are present, combined with addictive yet accessible golf gameplay.
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Release Date: Oct 19, 2011

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The Worms™ Crazy Golf “Carnival Course” Pack is a free downloadable content pack update that adds plenty of new content to Worms™ Crazy Golf. The “Carnival Course” Pack includes the new 18-hole ‘Carnival’ crazy golf course, 5 new challenges with leaderboards, the new ‘bouncy ball’ utility, and brand new customisation items to unlock, including hats, balls and speech banks.


    1 new ‘Carnival’ themed Worms™ Crazy Golf course, with 18 new holes. 5 new challenges with leaderboards. 1 new utility – the ‘bouncy ball’. Brand new customisation items to unlock - 4 Hats, 3 Golf Balls and 2 Speech Banks.

About This Game

Worms™ Crazy Golf is a hilarious mixture of the explosive action of Worms™ and the puzzle-based challenges of crazy golf! All of the trademark Worms™ humour, comic violence, and cartoon visuals are present, combined with addictive yet accessible golf gameplay. With extensive and re-playable single-player options, and hot-seat multi-player for up to 4 players, this is not just a load of balls!

Key Features:

  • Single-player career mode - x3 18-hole courses - Britannia, Pirate Cavern and Graveyard, with Steam Achievements.
  • Single-player challenge mode - x15 challenges with leaderboards.
  • Hot-seat multi-player for up to 4 players.
  • Crazy golf! Navigate the hilarious, and increasingly challenging, holes in unique ways with interactive objects, utilities and ball spin.
  • Worms™ humour! Exploding sheep, teleports, ball-whacking Old Women, ball-stealing moles, mines, magnets and even new bats!
  • Customize the name, hat, club, speech and balls of your worm, and earn in game cash to unlock even more customization options.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: 1.25GHz AMD Athlon or Intel equivalent
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 128MB Video Card (GeForce4 or equivalent card)
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9 or above
    • Hard Drive: 626 MB Space Free
    • Sound: DirectX® 9.0c-compliant sound card
    • Other Requirements: Internet connection required
    • OS:OS X 10.6 or later
    • Memory:1GB
    • Processor: 1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo or better
    • Video Card: Nvidia Geforce 8600, Radeon X1600 or better
    • Hard Disk Space: 4.3 GB
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54 of 61 people (89%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 30, 2015
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  • Game Name: Worms Crazy Golf
  • Original Release: 2011
  • Genre Tags: Sports; Golf; Strategy; Puzzle; Casual; 2D
  • My Overall Grade: B
  • Estimated Playtime (Campaign): 2-10 hours
  • Multiplayer Aspect: Optional
  • Recommended To: Puzzle game aficionados; Casual gamers

Worms Crazy Golf is a casual, wacky game that focuses on strategy and puzzle-solving in a silly cartoon atmosphere. Do note: it is certainly more reminiscent of other trajectory-based games, like Angry Birds, rather than any other actual golf games. If you like silly, simple, trajectory-based puzzle games then you will probably find this enjoyable.

To keep things fresh and crazy as you play, different in-level obstacles and utilities (explosive sheep, cannons, teleporters, and such) make appearances in the various levels. There are also unlockable power-ups which you can equip and use to manipulate the movement of the golf ball. Using these things, you will find there are various ways to solve each level.

Besides just beating the par (in strokes), there are also 20 coins and 1 crate to be collected in each level. You collect the items by causing the golf ball to move through them. Everything is cumulative, and you can take as many strokes as you need to collect everything. So with time and patience you can easily collect everything without having to worry about hitting a wall due to skill level. There is also a score threshold to beat on each level, which can be reached by taking crazy shots with a lot of airtime and that cause many explosions and such. There is an achievement for completing all objectives on every course (minus the DLC course).

Of course, there are some minor annoyances inherent in the gameplay. For example, I found it mildly obnoxious that some of the animations couldn’t be skipped; most of them only last a few seconds, but over the course of playing it starts to get old having to wait after every shot before you can take the next one.

Worms Crazy Golf is a very casual game. Once you have access to the power-ups, it’s pretty easy to ace every level with a “hole-in-one.” The pleasure of the game comes from its silly, easy nature, so don’t expect mind-bending puzzles. Anticipate approximately 5 hours of gameplay to “beat” each course; if you want to complete all objectives on each course, then that number will probably rise exponentially. If it sounds like something you would enjoy, get it for a price you are comfortable with and give it a shot.

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62 of 77 people (81%) found this review helpful
19 people found this review funny
1,123.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 14, 2014
For such a low price, I believe this game is possibly the most efficient game in terms of cost:entertainment. It may appear to be a lame videogame for children at first, but this belongs to the 'Worms' series for a reason, and this game is HARD. CORE. Got that? Imagine golf. Now imagine golf with explosives. Cool right? Now imagine golf with explosives and worms. This is the only game you need ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, I personally have clocked over a 1,000 hours on this masterpeice and I highly recommend you do the same! It's the name of the game ♥♥♥♥♥. This ain't just Worms Golf, this is Worms CRAZY Golf, and you bet your sorry ♥♥♥ this ♥♥♥♥ is crazy.

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13 of 15 people (87%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
45.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 11, 2013
Background: I'm a casual fan of Worms game, love everything about it. I've played golf maybe 10 times or so in real life. I picked up the game on a humble bundle.

This is one sweet game. You have 4 18 hole courses to play in a 2d platform style. You choose your club from a driver, iron, wedge or putter, each behave differently and choose your angle and how much power to swing it.

You have a few different objectives, you need at least a Par to progress, although later with powerups its common to get hole in ones. You will need a great mix of strategy, powerups, planning, and luck to get it right.

There are 20 coins per level you can collect, these help you to buy other clubs, hats, balls, voices etc. There is one crate on each level which is needed to help unlock items. There is also a requirement to get a certain number of points, however this becomes the easiest/lamest to achieve. If you get a hole in one, you get this straight away. However in earlier levels I just aimed straight up and hit the ball out of the map repeatedly/or into the sea and got my skill score.

Getting all of these challenges on the normal levels will take some planning, but nothing is impossible. Sometimes you need to wait till you unlock an ability later.

There are some seperate challenge maps, eg the "chip in" challenge. If you get the ball on the green you get extra time in your countdown. If you get it in the hole you get more time. The "keep up" challenges are quite fun, you get only one shot and have to use land mines and other objects on the map to keep the ball moving as many times as possible, you can only choose one powerup to use until it runs out.

Most of the achievements in this game will pop normally just playing the game.

The best thing about this game, it was always fun, even when I was just smashing the ball straight up in the air. A great casual game if you have 5 minutes or 2 hours.
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10 of 11 people (91%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 31, 2014
For a Worms game, this is oddly the cutest entry of the lot.

From the cutesy theme in the title to how happy all the worms are playing a nice game of golf instead of, you know... Trying to blow each other up like they normally spend their time doing.. It is an odd change of pace, but that doesn't make it bad.. I found this game rather charming, really.

Worms Crazy Golf is a game that takes the classic Worms system and combines it with golf to make a rather strange, if interesting, hybrid of 2D golf sim, where players try their best to smack a ball all the way to the hole in as few hits as possible, while trying to avoid more Wormish hazards such as mines, sheep, and even grumpy grannies, in time earning items that help make getting that tricky hole-in-one easier.

A game about 2D golf might not seem all that interesting at first, but once you give it a wack you find a humble pleasure playing this simple little game. Sadly, as fun as it can be at times, it does suffer from a flaw or two that holds it back from being a rather enjoyable game in the long run.

For 10 dollars, the content the game packs is rather meh, a decent player able to beat the game in a few hours. It might have some form of replay value, but it is rather humble in that area.

To make matters worst, the game suffers from an awkward balancing issue, being that one of the powers (Reverse Gravity) is by far the most broken item in the game. Upon earning it for the first time, it doesn't take a player long to realise that he can abuse it to get easy holes in one for EVERY course in the game.. I am serious about that, it takes all challege out of a nice little golf game, so if you are the kind of person who seeks a challenge, I suggest you avoid using it if you don't want to spoil your fun. For the egotist, however, it certainly does satisfy the desire for easy glory.

I suggest you wait for the game to go on sale for 5 bucks or so before getting the game. It is fun and all, but clearly not worth the current price offered.
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12 of 15 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 19, 2014
Well i'll be. Never expected to see a 'Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour' -type of game on PC. In fact i expected this game to either be a turd or something you need a hefty amount of nostalgia to play. Turns out nostalgia is not required and game stands on it's own and is done with high production values. And it's a good but whacky PC equivalent of the before mentioned legendary Mario game that is valid and fun even today 11 years after it's release.

So what's it like? Well it has got to do with 'real' golf as much as Elin Nordegren has got to do with Professional Golfing in the real world and that ain't much - except for collecting lots of gold coins, stuff from crates and generally being an ♥♥♥ on the golf field and hitting on everyone.

All levels go approx. the same: first get a score under par to unlock next level. after that you can just go nuts and try to collect and break everything on the level until you get them all. Doing objectives unlocks stuff you can buy from the shop to 'accessorize' your worm player. As you progress element hazards such as wind is introduced but you get special items such as rocket boost. Very realistic yes?
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
26.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 18, 2014
This is so addicting, got it in a bundle package expecting to be a never played game, wow was I wrong this is great !!
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 18, 2014
Yet another game that falls under the "Bored? Why not this?" category of games. It is a cute, low-key golf game mixed with the Worms genre. Makes passing time a little easier, and makes for a great local co-op game with a friend when you have nothing better to do.

Worms Crazy Golf is not a game I would pay full price for, but it is one I would recommend to anyone who is thinking of getting it, or anyone that owns it already.
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9 of 12 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 10, 2015
If your a fan of worms and a fan of the sport of golf, then this is the game for you! Includes the classic whacky gameplay in humor from the Worms games. There a objectives that are optional to complete in each level on hole. There are also special abilities you can use to help you improve your score. You can also earn in game cash to customize your Worm( Name, Speech, Balls, Clubs, Hats)!
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 30, 2015
Worms Crazy Golf is 2D golf game. It's heavily based on Worms Reloaded (by looks of the graphics, UI, and more) which is good.

+ Simple gameplay (if you have 3 years old son or daughter, he/she can play it if he/she knows how to use keyboard or gamepad)
+ Enjoyable with keyboard/mouse as well as with gamepad
+ Cute graphics
+ Up to 4 players local coop
+ Great music background
+ Runs on everything that moves
+ Good UI
+ Has funny achievements
+ 0 DLC or microtransactions

- No online multiplayer (not even LAN)

What should developers learn from this game: that they've done amazing job, and I would totally buy same game with new campaign and online multiplayer.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
30.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 10, 2015
3 out of 5

The game to play before you sleep.

Worms Crazy Golf is a nice little addition to the vast Worms dynasty. With simple but customisable golf playing mechanics, you putt your balls through some endearing 2d cartoony worlds and imagery.

Worms Crazy Golf isn't going to set the world on fire. It's the game you play after spending all day playing those AAA amazements and that indie darling you love so much. So whilst it's a nice casual game, it's still a freakin' casual game.
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4.8 hrs
Posted: October 6
TL:DR adding golf to the Worms universe has actually worked quite well here and has made for a fun game

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A pretty good spin on the Worms games usual formula, this adds golf into the mix. You have the familar 2D maps but this time instead of battlegrounds they're golf fairways and greens. You simply aim your shot, hold down the button to power it up and release to take the shot. The fun part comes in the different power ups and obstacles the game gives you. As you play you unlock power ups such as reverse gravity or rocket boost. The different levels also have stuff like cannons and portals that can help you navigate the ball to the green.

There are 4 courses with 18 holes or levels each. Each course has a different theme with Brittania, pirate, cemetary and carnival themed courses. Each level has collectable coins and crates which can be used to unlock stuff to customize your worm golfer.

Good points:
-a fun twist on the Worms games formula
-some great level design that offers a decent challenge
-the power ups give you some much needed help while the obstacles also add to the challenge
-has hot seat multiplayer which is great for some local co-op

Bad points:
-the collectible coins feel a bit pointless as I ended up with loads of coins despite not really trying to collect them. Yet every level has loads which need to be collected to 100% that level
-more courses would have been nice.
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Mongoloid Mike
0.1 hrs
Posted: September 12
Seriously annoying gameplay
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3.6 hrs
Posted: September 6
Even though tutorial messages can't be skipped, turns can't be started almost immediately and coins are a grind to get, it's a pretty fun golf game.

The game is a bit too slow for co-op, though.
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Pvt. Murre
18.7 hrs
Posted: August 31
Worms Crazy Golf is, as the title suggests, a golf game in Team17's Worms universe. It is not a serious golf game, like for instance Tiger Woods PGA Tour or Links, but a more wacky 2D golfer keeping with the series comical tone and graphical style. Supposedly it is a sequel to the 2004 mobile game Worms Golf, but who cares, right? The object of the game is to complete each hole on par or below par with its par number. If you fail to do so you have to play the hole again. There are three courses (four with the added mini expansion Carnival Course) that contain 18 holes each. Once in awhile you get to play extra challenge levels where the object can be to keep the ball in motion for a certain time or to pop all balloons, etc. These challenges are quite fun and can be a good break from the normal levels.

As you progress in the game you unlock power-ups, a couple of which make the game a little too easy. Well, the power-ups combined with the fact that you can steer the ball mid-air by tapping left or right will result in a few hole-in-ones. Some levels have wind and magnetic fields, which ups the difficulty a tad. The levels also contain greenskeeper worms, sheep, bats, moles who steal the ball, and old ladies who strike the ball with their handbags. You collect crates to unlock things in the shop, such as hats or different colored balls, and you collect coins to buy these accessories. The only accessories that alter the gameplay are the golf clubs, so these are worth getting.

If you're unlucky, the ball can get stuck inside the ground, though it rarely happens. And if it does happen you can just restart the hole. The game is quite short and can easily be completed in one sitting. Hot seat multiplayer is available for up to four players in true Worms tradition. I found the game pretty enjoyable, a lot better than the puzzle spin-off Worms Blast, but still lacking something to keep it from being just another Worms sidetrack.

3 out of 5 worms.
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0.7 hrs
Posted: August 29
a bit too posh for my taste
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0.7 hrs
Posted: August 28
An interesting idea and fun to play. Not sure how long it would last before interest starts to get lost though (there is not the range of weapons, etc, compared to the main games to have enough variety). Good party game.
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8.6 hrs
Posted: July 26
Worms crazy golf is crazy fun! Its a crazy 2d golf game with explosions, cannons, old ladies, and tons of other crazy stuff! You would be crazy not to buy this game when it goes on sale for such a crazy low price! Did I mention that this game is CRAZY?!
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1.2 hrs
Posted: July 17
Product received for free
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♠Derpy Hooves♠
2.3 hrs
Posted: July 13
If you have this, Armageddon, and the original worms, then you have all of the worms games worth having. Let's hope WMD turns out to be worth having on release too.
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tf haggis
11.1 hrs
Posted: July 10
very annoying very good great fun had loads of fun playing
got a giggle or 2 out of me and a few curses
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