Editors' reviewThe Worms franchise is known for witty quips, fantastic environments, and well-balanced multiplayer gameplay. The latest installment, Worms Forts, adds the concept of fortifications to the turn-based battles. The game looks fantastic, runs smoothly, and is as funny as ever. However, this demo lacks instuctions and will be frustrating at first. Each of your worms has 60 seconds to make his move, and then the other team follows, one worm at a time. Build fortifications first, because firing a weapon ends your turn. Right-clicking brings up a menu of weapons and structures. Cool weapons like the Trojan Donkey and the flying bishop with exploding Bibles are available from specific buildings, but the lack of documentation means you'll have to figure them out yourself. This is one of two demos for Worms Forts. Each includes one single-player and one multiplayer level.
Worms Forts: Under Siege puts you in command of a team of up to four fort-dwelling worms. In the game, you can direct your worm garrison to construct defenses, expand your castle to seize valuable resources, and build weapons of mass destruction to destroy your opponents. Test yourself against the single-player game by battling through the 20 missions, or take on three of your friends in Fort vs. Fort mode.
This second demo for the strategy game Worms Forts: Under Siege features one single-player and one multiplayer level for your demolition enjoyment.