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Worms 3D
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
System(s): PlayStation 2, GameCube, Xbox, PC
Genre: Simulation































Number of players: 1-4
Release Date RRP Code
Windows PC
UK
£? SEGA-PC001
Windows PC
FR
€? SEGA-PC001
Windows PC
DE
€? SEGA-PC001
Windows PC
ES
€? SEGA-PC001
Windows PC
PL
? ?
Windows PC
UK (Sold Out)
£? ?



Nintendo GameCube
UK
£? DOL-P-GWMP
Nintendo GameCube
FR
€? DOL-P-GWMP
Nintendo GameCube
DE
€? DOL-P-GWMP
Nintendo GameCube
ES
€? DOL-P-GWMP
Nintendo GameCube
EU (Player's Choice)
€? ? DOL-P-GWMP
Nintendo GameCube
AU
$? ?



Sony PlayStation 2
UK
£? SLES-51843
Sony PlayStation 2
FR
€? SLES-51843
Sony PlayStation 2
DE
€? SLES-51843
Sony PlayStation 2
ES
€? SLES-51843
Sony PlayStation 2
AU
$? ?



Xbox
US
$19.95[1] ?
Xbox
UK
£?
Xbox
FR
€?
Xbox
DE
€?
Xbox
ES
€?
Xbox
EU (Classics)
€? ? ?



Worms 3D is an entry in the Worms series of games, developed by Team 17. Worms 3D was the first attempt at bringing this series into the third dimension.

History

The game was originally published in Europe by Sega for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC. In early 2004 Acclaim Entertainment published the GameCube, PlayStation 2 and PC in North America, however the Xbox port was delayed in this region. When it eventually arrived (early 2005), this too was published by Sega, under the name Worms 3D: Special Edition, although the box still refers to it under the original name, and is identical to other versions, featuring the same changes from Acclaim's US release (namely the removal of the licensed song Coconuts by Junior Senior, and replacing it with an arrangement of the Worms theme, which would later be used for 3D's successor, Worms 4: Mayhem)

While 3D itself never got a re-release, it was used as a basis for the 2011 game Worms Ultimate Mayhem, an enhanced port of 4: Mayhem that, alongside that game's original content, featured the full campaign of 3D.

Sega would also publish the sequel, Worms Forts: Under Siege, which would also be the last game in the series to be released by them. Later games were published by other companies or by Team 17 themselves.

Magazine articles

Main article: Worms 3D/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

GameCube version

GameCube, UK
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GameCube, FR
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GameCube, FR (Player's Choice)
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Cover
GameCube, DE
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Cover
GameCube, ES

PlayStation 2 version

PlayStation 2, UK
Worms3D PS2 EU Box.jpg
Cover
PlayStation 2, FR
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Cover
PlayStation 2, DE
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Cover
PlayStation 2, ES
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Cover

Xbox version

Xbox, US
Worms3D Xbox US Box.jpg
Cover
Xbox, UK
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Cover
Xbox, UK (Classics)
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Cover
Xbox, FR
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Cover
Xbox, FR (Classics)
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Cover
Xbox, DE
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Cover
Xbox, ES
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Cover

PC version

PC, UK
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Cover
PC, UK (Sold Out)
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Cover
PC, UK (PC Gamer)

PC, FR
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Cover
PC, DE
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Cover
PC, ES

PC, PL

PC, PL (Extra Klasyka)

PC, PL (Extra Klasyka; newer)

PC, CZ/SK (Extra Klasika)
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PC, SE/NO/FI/DK (PC Best Buy)
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Cover

References

  1. Press release: 2005-03-01: SEGA SHIPS WORMS 3D FOR XBOX


Worms games for Sega systems or published by Sega
Worms (1996) | Worms Armageddon (1999) | Worms World Party (2001) | Worms 3D (2003) | Worms Forts: Under Siege (2004)
Worms Pinball (unreleased)