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The beta is over and battle lines have been drawn. They're sort of squiggly. Team17's classic team-based trajectory shooter is now open to everyone on Facebook. Release the sheep!
The spineless competition is fierce in the Facebook version of Worms. Along with the four-on-four battles that have been endearing these slimy little bastards to gamers for ages, players can participate in weekly tournaments, customize their squad and island, and conquer single-player challenges to prove their superiority over 2D sprites of all shapes and sizes.
It's really the perfect sort of game for Facebook. You can play it right here.
Spicy Horse's web-based Worms-meets-Mother Goose trajectory shooter Crazy Fairies flies from Facebook to Android, bringing cross-platform multiplayer to the Droid-loving masses.
Crazy Fairies is a turn-based shooter in the same vein as the PC classic Worms, with a heaping helping of American McGee's penchant for twisted fairy tales. Players choose a character from several fantasy archetypes and then take to the battlefield in single and multiplayer shooting matches. They'll collect fantastic weapons, level up their characters, and participate in massive online tournaments against fellow Android players, browser gamers and, eventually, iOS warriors.
Team17's battling invertebrates hunger for the blood of a billion Facebook users. The original Lumbricus terrestris-based trajectory shooter is going social, and it craves your beta testing prowess.
With bite-sized real-time multiplayer battles, weapons drawn from the span of the series' 17-year history and an array of stylish hats, Worms for Facebook is a different sort of social gaming animal. Should you find yourself online with your friends at the same time, you can challenge them to a one-on-one battle to the death, pitting your squad of four worms against theirs. If they are offline you can battle their automated defense force.
You can rename your Worm Totilo, if you so choose.
But no one will see your Totilo worm if you don't sign up for the closed beta.
Join me, and together we will... well, one of us will lose. It could be you!