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Matt Chat 20: The History of Worms and Artillery Games

Some of you may remember an article I wrote back in 2006 called Scorched Parabolas: A History of the Artillery Game. Well, I decided to revisit that content in this week's Matt Chat, showing you the history of Artillery games in a YouTube retrospective. Check it out here.

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Worms Coming to Xbox Live Next Wednesday

As you undoubtedly already know, I'm a big fan of artillery games, and Worms is one of the best (if not the best) game in the genre. So, when I heard that Worms is coming to Xbox Live Arcade next week, I thought--perfect. The only reason why I don't tend to play Worms much nowadays is that I have no one to play it with! It's not much fun just blasting a computer controlled worm all day; the fun of these games relies very heavily on gloating as your sheep bounds gracefully towards your opponent. I'm not sure if anything can really compete with playing the game with a bunch of your buddies gathered around a Dreamcast, but this will likely come close. If I weren't living hand to mouth, I'd definitely be investing in the necessary equipment...!

Link spotted on Kotaku.

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