22
Apr
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It's not very often that I get the honor of telling people about a game as awesome as Death Worm. Ah, that sparked your attention, yes? Read on to find out more. But first, some obligatory screenshots:

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Death Worm by Playcreek is a new game that has recently been ported from iOS to Android, where you play the part of a giant worm-ish creature set to wreak havoc on everything possible. CJ Lippstreu over at SmartKeitai has done an excellent video review, so I'll let him take it from here:

You can snag this insane worm-on-human slaughterfest for $2.99 in the Android Market, which will get you 45 levels, 2 bonus games, 30 enemy types, and 3 different worms.

Source: SmartKeitai

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Zack

    Just bought it. What a sick game concept loving it on my TB

  • Alex

    This reminds me of the arcade classic Rampage with its B-movie style. This is a very cool looking game.

  • TareX

    Just bought it. Sounds awesome.

  • Rami

    love it. kust like effing worms

  • Jbonics

    Amazon hook it up ya /\

  • http://samsunggalaxys2blog.com/ Bebeok

    terrible icon, but i hope it's a good game

  • Abhishek

    Bought - played - finished. Want more levels now. Addictive. Keep 'em coming :)

  • blah

    Great game hope they have more coming.

  • OFI

    Looks awesome, bought :-D

  • Danial

    is it real u need internet connection to play ? and does it support htc sensation?

  • Keven McCuller

    Good golly...that took years to get from iOS to Android! I guess better late than never.

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