The usual squeaky worm voices, this time joined by an exuberant, sometimes annoying announcer. All of the explosions, ricocheting bullets, and other stuff is precisely as it should be.
A perfectly pleasing, bold, colourful and cartoony game, with worms that are full of personality. Everything is cleanly drawn and nice to look at – there's not a whole lot more to say, really. A brightly coloured chunk of candy.
Forget everything you know about the previous Worms games – it won't help you here. Rumble is a straight up 2D side-scrolling PvP shooter, unabashedly frantic and non-stop. It can be a tad fiddly, but it does work.
Five maps and five modes means it's not long before Worms Rumble grows a mite tiresome. This isn't helped by a glacial sense of progression and little in the way of interesting rewards for levelling up. Long-term, Rumble simply doesn't deliver, even taking into consideration that it's a budget-priced release.
A solid enough achievement list that may encourage you to keep playing once you've inevitably grown slightly bored of what's on offer. Reaching level 50 will be a torrid slog, but the rest of the game's list is entirely doable.