I’m sure many Atari Falcon owners are enjoying themselves right now, since Worms has been ported to their platform! It was ported from Macintosh by the demoscener Insane/TSCC. He received permission from Team 17 to do this and you can see the result in a video later in this post. I’m not into Atari’s and have little knowledge about these systems, but it looks like it might require a 060. Please correct me if I’m wrong.
It’s worth mentioning that the port requires the original data files. You can get the correct version of the game (Mac version) from here (it’s abandonware):
Here is the readme from the game to give you some more information concerning the release:
Quick Readme for Worms/Falcon060 Ported from Mac by insane of altair^rabenauge^tscc Worms060 NEED THE ORIGINAL WORMS DATA FILES TO WORK! Worms(TM). Copyright 1995-2016. Team17 Software Ltd. Original Concept by Andy Davidson. Worms(TM) and Team17 are copyrights of Team17 Software Ltd. This fan port is in no way intended to violate any copyrights held by Team17 Digital Limited or its affiliates. Do NOT contact Team17 about any problems resulting due to the use of this port. DO contact me about such problems. FEEDBACK IS ESSENTIAL! email@example.com This software is provided AS-IS with no warranties Special thanks to beetle/cyanoacrylate dreams for making this possible :) ctrl-alt-q for instant quit cursor keys to move/aim F1-F10 to quick select a weapon C=Center on Worm P=Pause M=Zoom out HELP=Toggle between visible worm names ESC=Options RETURN=Jump SPACE=Shoot 1-5=Grenade Fuse Time +/-=Bounce (US keyboard) You can also use the numeric keypad Mouse Right to open weapon select (up to two times) Both Worms and Worms United (GOG, Steam) data files are supported. You will however only get Worms features out of the Worms United set. Copy your data folder into the worms.tos directory Refer to the data md5 files on the actually used files
The game comes with a cool intro as well:
Here’s a picture of the game itself:
And finally, a video from YouTube showing it running!
You can download the game as well as finding more information on Pouet.net:
It’s great to see Worms finding its way to another platform. Remember playing it on the Amiga back in the days, but it’s ages since I last gave it a go.
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