The Worms™ crew returns, and this time they’ve got balls! The classic Worms™ Pinball sends the cute little pink guys spinning across one of the most realistic pinball tables ever created.
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Mostly Negative (237 reviews) - 39% of the 237 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Oct 19, 2011

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April 6

Worms W.M.D and Strength of the Sword Ultimate at EGX Rezzed 2016!



We’re super excited to announce that Worms W.M.D and Strength of the Sword Ultimate will both be playable this week at EGX Rezzed 2016!

Check out Worms W.M.D at EGX Rezzed to challenge your friends to some crazy multiplayer fun. You can be sneaky and hide out in buildings, use mounted guns, and get around in a range of different vehicles. You’ll be able to get your hands on the game at Microsoft’s booth!

Here’s a sneak peek of Worms W.M.D!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDlmvV4hLNM

Strength of the Sword Ultimate is a fighting game combined with a BRAWLER! With a huge sword rocket launcher and a FLAMETHROWER! Head over to Sony’s area to fight the toughest bosses you’ll find on the show floor!

We’ll even have a special competition for those coming to the show on Saturday (more news soon!).

Watch the Strength of the Sword Ultimate trailer!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDg0LZoOMwo

For more information about the event head to the EGX Rezzed Website!

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April 1

Introducing Worms: Dating Revolution


The Worms are no stranger to war, but the time has come for them to take to the toughest battlefield of all. The battlefield of love.

Become a lover, not a fighter in the newest addition to the Worm franchise. After a near death experience being injured on the front lines by Banana Bomb shrapnel you wake up in hospital, Granny looking down on you. A sudden realisation courses through you as you realise there’s more to life that war.

Set out into Wormville and get your wiggle on as you begin your search for a soulmate. Meet the locals, flirt, date and take on love rivals as you journey your romantic quest. Will you achieve romance, or be a dating Armageddon? Find out in Worms: Dating revolution.


Featuring exciting features you’ll love such as:

• Be the Worm - Create and customize your own unique Worm from over 1 Million variations, no two Worms the same!
• Woo your love interests in blistering 60fps 1080p!
• Multiple endings with a branching story, you’ll want to come back for more.
• Variety is the spice of life - Date Worms, Super Sheep, Bazookas and even the mythical Concrete Donkey
• Local & Online Multiplayer – Compete with your friends and strangers to become the ultimate Love Guru invertebrate.
• Love has no boundaries – Cross Platform play enabled!




Coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Mobile and Virtual Boy on 1st April 2017!

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About This Game

The Worms™ crew returns, and this time they’ve got balls! The classic Worms™ Pinball sends the cute little pink guys spinning across one of the most realistic pinball tables ever created. Battle with honour through the mystic art of Worms™ Kung-Fu or hang at high noon with the grizzliest, pinkest cowboys this side of Texas. Only Worms™ Pinball offers an action packed pinball simulation of pure wormage! Worms™ Pinball leaves nothing to the imagination. The table sports 3D LED displayed sub-games and parallel objectives, transparent ramps, user-controllable moving gadgets, moving mechanical parts and wild sound effects and music. The table contains over 150 animated parts and thousands of frames of rendered FMV animation for the LED display. It’s got tilt functions, hit combinations as well as drop and dead catches, bounce and flip passes, bang backs, death saves, magnetic fields and countless other exciting features. The depth of gameplay, variety of action and sophisticated table rules ensures that Worms Pinball will have all gamers, not just hard-core pinheads, hooked.

Key Features:

  • Realistic and dynamic physics simulation. The vector-based ball accurately reflects its surroundings adding to the immersive quality of playing in a real world environment. Impulse, inertia, acceleration, momentum, torque, all these real world physical qualities are simulated to produce outstanding realism.
  • Atmospheric lighting/reflection/shadow effects
  • Multiple Full screen views and tilt function for superb gameplay.
  • Up to six multi-balls simultaneously
  • Accurate and flexible vector-based ball and flipper simulation
  • Sophisticated data compression techniques allowing several thousand frames of rendered FMV animation for the scoreboard and table
  • Fantastic hidden sub-games

System Requirements

    Minimum: A 100% Windows XP/Vista/7 compatible computer system
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Overall:
Mostly Negative (237 reviews)
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Haruka
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 25
Since STEAM does not feature a "neutral" button for reviews I will have to explain in which circunstances I am recommending this game.

Worms Pinball is, obviously, a pinball simulator but totally themed with the (original) Worms universe. This game was developed in the late 90s, an era where pinball simulators were popular in computers and other game systems as a consequence of the significant computer graphics evolution to bring more "realistic" experiences. I remember to play the demo version of the game back in 1998 and enjoying the short experience.

Of course by being a pinball simulator this means there is nothing else to be expected so the game obeys to its name and purpose. People that are expecting the classical mechanism of Worms' games are being naive as this is a real spin-off.

So without big surprise, Worms Pinball is a game for casual and short gameplay. I can only recommend this game to people that are Worms and/or Pinball fans that are ok to kill around 30 minutes of time entertaining themselves. Because in a real scenario it is a game that you will get bored quickly. And people that are smart enough will NEVER pay full price for a near 20-year old simulator that doesn't offer more than what the name implies. Buy it for the cheapest possible if you are really interested in keeping it.
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Fb|| Gax_xy!
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 22
10/10

The dankest game since tetris.
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Tetris T
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: March 19
C'mon, you ungrateful people! It isn't that big of a dealio when the price doesn't suit you! (£5.59 in my Country is fine for me)

Plus, Did this need Directplay to become an awesomely compatible game for my Win10? Cos I understand the negative reviews on the issues they suffered.

Finally, The music, the table theme and the graphics are all OK!

>_<

Update 25/3/2016: I can't trigger the flippers, nudge nor exit the game with the steam controller that I recently laid my hands on. Hey Ben from Team17, are you sure you're gonna sort this out?
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White Sheep
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: February 28
Just an old game that doesn't have much replay value. Bought it as part of a bundle, otherwise would not get it.
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dwwild1
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: February 26
DONT GET PONTS
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finaldouglas
( 1.0 hrs on record )
Posted: February 21
The pinball table is good, but its only one, definately not worth the price.

Also the music is really bad.

And there is barely any options, like not even a volume slider to stop the bad muic.
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CutsieKitty
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: February 13
Hit every key on the keboard and no response.
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Clarke Ji Sung
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: January 28
Like many others have said the old windows version of pinball is much better than this. I think it is ridiculous to expect people to buy this game for a fiver. I was lucky enough to get this cheap in a team 17 bundle with other worms themed game actually worth playing.
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Michael Westen
( 0.9 hrs on record )
Posted: January 28
only one table, so is not worth it
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Desperalaw
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: January 27
Launched the game, went to options, changed the resolution
Crashed
Launched the game again, changed the resolution again
Crashed
Launched the game, didn't change the resolution, saw the other options
Didn't crash but my eyes were like "Meh"

Played a new game, ball was stuck in a hole, score display started to glitch
Quitted the game

Seriously, how a firm such as Team 17 had the idea to create a buggy pinball game back in 1998 ?
And it still costs 8$ ??? Well, Windows XP had a way better pinball game in 2001 ...

Sorry, I really enjoy the Worms franchise, but this game doesn't even deserve to have "Worms" in its name.
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TheSaneOfInsanity
( 1.4 hrs on record )
Posted: January 21
Like many other reviewers have pointet out, this is not worth the price and the windows free space pinball is really, really much better!

The killers of the game
- Poor grafic and too messy elements and so on.
- Very little to do. you can't even control the launchspeed of the ball...
- boring psysics and things to do with the ball.
- No manual for controls at all!
- Poor use of worms... there is nothing worms about this game, I was expecting some fun madness, maybe some explosions what ever which worms is known for... but no nothing of that, only a little bit of voices, some sounds and some pictures of worms.
- the table is very small? I felt like it was a small "map" for the table compared to the space pinball free window game.
- The windows space pinball is superior in every way possible!
- it was somewhat easy to beat the highscore?

The sunshies of the game
- It was fun deleting it....

So I really hope no person would ever buy this game and if you crave for pinball try the free windows game instead!
And I feel bad for giving such a critizing review, but I cannot say anything good about this game... Really!
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Buck
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: January 10
Behold, a pinball game with a Worms-themed table!!!

That's all there is to this game. Not even as good as the pinball game you got with Windows. Do not pick up for that price (currently 8€, wtf are you serious?)
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Jamin
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: January 4
You'd be much better off finding a real pinball machine and playing that instead. This is just a super basic pinball game with some familiar voices and a visually cluttered table.

I would much rather play Space Pinball from Windows XP, because that pinball game was actually good.

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Fuzzy
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: January 4
Ok at best for a game that I didn't really want but still got in a humblebunlde. If I'd spent actual money on this I'd be very dissapointed. Very Basic pinball table that may occasionally amuse me for 5-10 intervals. Biggest let down for me was a lack of both control instructions and an option to reconfigure.

After going through keyboard one key at a time found...

Flippers to be controlled by 'L Shift' & 'R Shift'
Plunger to be 'Enter'
Nudge to be 'L Alt' 'R Alt' & 'Space'
table view '1' through to '5'
Quit to be 'Esc' then 'Y' (or Alt F4)
and Pause to be 'P'
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cheesycheese5
( 0.9 hrs on record )
Posted: December 25, 2015
I have not played alot of worm games, but I have most. I really like this game. I would suggest it if you like worms. I am not too good but love it.
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Wizardman
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: December 19, 2015
For those wishing to play it, here are the controls:
Enter to hit the ball to start it up (a couple times if it doesn't respond), and left and right shift for the flippers. It took me way too long to find that. As for the menu or anything else I ust hit alt+f4 and restart.


In any event, it's a basic pinball game with really nothing to it. Unless you're getting it in a bundle or during one of the big worms bundle sales, don't waste your money. $7.99 is about seven dollars too much for something that gets boring after 10 minutes.

I understand that this came out in 1998, but Pokemon Pinball came out for GBC around the same time and it's vastly superior, especially when it comes to replayability, so I can't accept that as an excuse.
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gabpower
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Posted: December 17, 2015
Fun game that stands the test of time. For the price of 10$, it's not worth it. I recommend when it's on sale for under 2$ or else get yourself a Pinball Arcade pack for a good pinball experience.
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TastyToast
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: December 3, 2015
i couldnt get this game to run. got it in a humblebundle so i guess no loss.
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E-MAT
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: November 21, 2015
How can this still be for sale and cost €7,99? It has no value at all. The only way this can still be played is if you're a big Worms fan and have a minute or two to play before doing something better, but even then I'd recommend you to find something else to do. It's just too old and boring to bother.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 25
Since STEAM does not feature a "neutral" button for reviews I will have to explain in which circunstances I am recommending this game.

Worms Pinball is, obviously, a pinball simulator but totally themed with the (original) Worms universe. This game was developed in the late 90s, an era where pinball simulators were popular in computers and other game systems as a consequence of the significant computer graphics evolution to bring more "realistic" experiences. I remember to play the demo version of the game back in 1998 and enjoying the short experience.

Of course by being a pinball simulator this means there is nothing else to be expected so the game obeys to its name and purpose. People that are expecting the classical mechanism of Worms' games are being naive as this is a real spin-off.

So without big surprise, Worms Pinball is a game for casual and short gameplay. I can only recommend this game to people that are Worms and/or Pinball fans that are ok to kill around 30 minutes of time entertaining themselves. Because in a real scenario it is a game that you will get bored quickly. And people that are smart enough will NEVER pay full price for a near 20-year old simulator that doesn't offer more than what the name implies. Buy it for the cheapest possible if you are really interested in keeping it.
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7 of 11 people (64%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 10
Behold, a pinball game with a Worms-themed table!!!

That's all there is to this game. Not even as good as the pinball game you got with Windows. Do not pick up for that price (currently 8€, wtf are you serious?)
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8 of 13 people (62%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 21
Like many other reviewers have pointet out, this is not worth the price and the windows free space pinball is really, really much better!

The killers of the game
- Poor grafic and too messy elements and so on.
- Very little to do. you can't even control the launchspeed of the ball...
- boring psysics and things to do with the ball.
- No manual for controls at all!
- Poor use of worms... there is nothing worms about this game, I was expecting some fun madness, maybe some explosions what ever which worms is known for... but no nothing of that, only a little bit of voices, some sounds and some pictures of worms.
- the table is very small? I felt like it was a small "map" for the table compared to the space pinball free window game.
- The windows space pinball is superior in every way possible!
- it was somewhat easy to beat the highscore?

The sunshies of the game
- It was fun deleting it....

So I really hope no person would ever buy this game and if you crave for pinball try the free windows game instead!
And I feel bad for giving such a critizing review, but I cannot say anything good about this game... Really!
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 13
Hit every key on the keboard and no response.
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34 of 42 people (81%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 15, 2014
At some point in time, Worms reached the stage all games starring anthropomorphic characters do: the casual/sports spin-off period. Or at least Team17 seems to have thought it reached that point, because over the years they have been releasing various games in the Worms series which are not in fact anything like the core Worms games. Among these is Worms Pinball, which as the title would have you believe, is a pinball game themed around the characters and themes of franchise.

I don't feel I need to explain how to actually play pinball (that should be common knowledge), as the real question is "is this a GOOD pinball game?" The answer to that is, maybe when it was originally released, but not anymore. In the over a decade long span between then and now, digital pinball has improved exponentially and left Worms in a painfully dated time capsule of what pinball games used to be like. The laughable physics, inhibiting camera angles, and single table to play on are typical of the time it was released, but now that isn't anywhere near good enough.

If it was drastically cheaper, there is a small part of me that would recommend this to huge Worms fans as a mildly amusing novelty, but at its current price it feels like an insult. With so many other, far better pinball games to choose from (Pinball FX2 and Pinball Arcade come to mind), there is no reason to so much as glance at Worms Pinball. As far as Worms goes, this is one game that should have stayed in the ground.
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21 of 26 people (81%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 21, 2015
This is okay-ish, it's simply pinball with Worms theme. The reason why I can't in good conscience recommend that you spend a lot of time on it, is that it's so old by now that it competes against so much better games. You can find better pinball games on your cellphone - for free, with better graphics, and QoL improvements like not having to configure the controls from Windows Explorer (not really a problem, but shows how abandoned the game is).

I'm sure someone will find it enjoyable, but IMO your time is better spent elsewhere. Time has moved on for this game, and so should you.
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19 of 26 people (73%) found this review helpful
19 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 25, 2015
After hitting every key on my keyboard twice I found a combination that made the game do something: Alt+F4.
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15 of 19 people (79%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 3, 2015
Basic Pinball at the Most
This game is kind of funny for a bit with the whole worm themed table, however this is the only table and it gets pretty boring after a while. The graphics aren't too great either but you wouldn't expect much out of a pinball game anyway :p
Unless you get this game for less than $1 overall it isn't worth getting.
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16 of 21 people (76%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 21, 2014
Info for deaf and hard of hearing people:
Fully accessible. I doubt there is any spoken text in the game. Don't know about sound cues. Visual feedback is a bit poor.

Cons:
  • Max resolution is 1024x768 with 65536 colours. It is still playable.
  • On some system configurations flickering may occur randomly like a stroboscope, causing headaches.
  • Physics feels off. Often it feels like gravity has been cranked down a few notches, making the game feel strangely slow. And yet, in some loops the ball feels like it's accelerated to beyond light speed. Good luck!
  • Most of the hits tend to be biased towards the center, makes aiming to the edges of the table rather difficult.
  • Visual feedback of the ball hitting things is poor, making it seem like magic sometimes when a ball changes direction!
  • There is no 'pull the plunge', pressing enter just insta-shoots the ball away.
  • The game only has one table.

Pros:
  • The table concept is attractive. Now if Pinball FX2 could copy this...
  • Some missions in the game are interesting. There are a few minigames included.
  • The art quality is nice and must've been decent for its time.
  • Nice to see the evolution of pinball games. (Anyone remember Pinball Dreams?)

Conclusion:
After having played Pinball FX2 for a while, this game is quite a downgrade. But then, it's from 1998! Only recommended if you're feeling nostalgic.

If you manage to get this as part of a cheap bundle, go ahead! Otherwise it might be a waste of money because it's so dated.

If you want a real pinball game for modern systems, I can recommend Pinball FX2 instead.
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10 of 11 people (91%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 7, 2014
This game only has one table, so I can't really reccomend you run out and buy it on its own, but if you get it as part of a bundle or package Worms Pinball is worth playing. The physics and sound are great, which are two of the most important things for a pinball game. The visuals are also quite pleasant, despite being dated. There's lots of bonuses and goals to shoot for, and the multiball mode is really fun. Really there's not much to say about this one, but it's worth playing if it makes its way into your Steam library.
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14 of 19 people (74%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 26, 2014
As a kid this was the game I always got in trouble for playing in grade school instead of doing work or whatever they had us weak minded children do lol. And to those kids hating on how limited it is look past the limitations and just play it. It's probably one of the most addicting simple childhood games I've played in a while.

9.5/10
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14 of 20 people (70%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 6, 2014
Worms Pinball is obviously promotional software. Nothing more. There is very little content here, even for a pinball game from the late 90s. While the one and only table available manages to embody the Worms theme from the developer's main line of games, the physics are floaty and everything seems to be running in slow motion, especially if you compare it to other much more competent pinball games of the era, such as Epic Pinball. There are some slightly amusing Worms themed mini-games as well, but they also fail to provide a fun and rewarding experience in pinball.

Worms Pinball is mediocre.
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10 of 15 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 9, 2015
Short version: 75%
Worms Pinball has a really good table that stood the test of time even by today’s standards, but asking this much money for an old, single-table game is ridiculous.

Long version:
Worms Pinball is a great pinball game with a fun and entertaining table that provides adequate challenge. The pads are responsive, the physics are decent, all the ramps and pits are accessible with just enough practise, and the old-school Worms 1 theme adds the perfect amount of nostalgia factor to make you revisit it from every now and then.

What is atrocious though and makes part of me want to give it a thumbs down, is the price. This one used to be called Addiction Pinball with an additional table (featuring a now-forgotten Team 17 game, ‘World Rally Racing’, an even better table) and cost less on disc at release than this one on Steam now.
If you can grab it in a bundle, do so, but I highly advise against actually purchasing it even at half discount.
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27 of 48 people (56%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 2, 2014
I WOULD DELETE THIS IF I COULD
WORST GAME IVE EVER PLAYED
HIGHLY NOT RECOMMENDED
WASTE OF MONEY
DO NOT DOWNLOAD!
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 24, 2014
What is there to tell? It's Pinball with a 'Worms' theme and that's it. The game doesn't do anything bad but doesn't do anything special either and it might enjoy you for a few minutes but it's way too expensive.
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 17, 2014
Worms Pinball is only one table. It's a good table and I had fun playing it, but the fact still stands that it's only one. It's a pretty bare-bones game outside of that one table, too. There aren't many options, and nothing tells you the controls (Enter to launch the ball, Shift keys for the flippers - pretty decent pinball controls, actually). It plays well enough for pinball, and it's fun for a little while. The different modes and events are neat, and I never ran into any slowdown or crashes or other such issues. I could waste an hour or two playing this quite contently. But the fact that it's $8 by itself is ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥. You can download Pinball FX2 right now on Steam for $0 and get one table for FREE. That table has online leaderboards, it'll tell you your controls, you can use a controller, and it has multiple camera angles, AND you can get extra tables for $3 for one or $10 for four. Worms Pinball would be fairly priced at a dollar or two. But $8 is ludicrous. If you can get it for a buck in a bundle, I can recommend it.

tl;dr Worms Pinball plays well, only has a single table, is $8, get Pinball FX2 instead.
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11 of 18 people (61%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 18, 2013
The game can not hide the fact that was established in 1998. The biggest drawback is only one table. Actually it should be the only comment about this game. Playing this is a waste of time and buying this is a total waste of money!
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 18, 2014
If you like pinball games I'd recommend getting this game on sale (I got it as part of a Worms Humble Bundle). It's only 1 table, but it's a pretty good table. Like any good pinball game/table it starts out somewhat tough, but when you get so you have some control of the ball and knowledge of the table you'll be racking up some high scores. Keep in mind it's from the late '90s, so your options are limited, and may not work on newer setups. I have an older computer I play some old games on (an HP I bought in 2005 with Windows XP), and this game works perfectly on there. On my newer PC I play Pinball Arcade and Pinball FX2, and I recommend those games more, but I'm surprised how much I've enjoyed Worms Pinball when taking breaks from some old games on my old PC.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: May 19, 2014
Disappointed really.

I liked this pinball table back when it first showed up on the gaming scene. It was first packaged under the title Addiction Pinball and was bundled with at least one other table, a car theme I believe. Back in 1998 most pinball on a computer was 2D and ran from DOS. Team 17s 2 tables were welcomed by me. The thing now is that they, or whoever controls these titles, just dumped them back onto the consumer without any of the simplest of revisions that never came way back when. How about controller support? And I see the weird color glitch comes back after you have played some and the only way to clear it is ito esc back to menu and then continue the game; and no I am not using the same PC from back in 1998.

I Liked it more back then
Disappointed someone feels the need to charge without offering something more. Bought this one back in 1998
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 16, 2014
Better than Windows Pinball :D

Seriously, you like Worms and pinball? This is awesome for in between ;D
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