While most of the world plays Fortnite. Amiga people tends to keep it a bit more simple. Worm Wars 9.11 is out for AmigaOS 3.x, AmigaOS 4.x and MorphOS 3.x, which you can download on Aminet here. In this advanced snake game, you battle against other players.

Worm Wars is an advanced Tron Snake-style arcade game for up to 4 simultaneous players

Features: 36 object types 38 creature types 12 bonus level types integrated level editor level shuffling option saved high score tables human and/or Amiga worm control music sound effects 4 joystick/gamepad players simultaneously 2 keyboard players simultaneously source code animations help windows screenmode sensitive locale support application.library support full-screen and windowed modes

So, this game supports a lot. It requires AmigaOS 3.x and 2MB free RAM. We would however recommend you to get at least a 68030 50MHz machine to make it enjoyable. The fact that it supports 2 players on keyboard is awesome too.

Worm Wars 9.11 is not Fortnite or got any incredible graphics. But it is for free and it is a perfect party game.

Snake action game that Supports both 68k and PowerPC AmigaOS

The most interesting fact about the makers behind Worm Wars 9.11 for AmigaOS is the fact that it supports both classic AmigaOS and the nextgen PowerPC AmigaOS compatible operating systems. More developers should do this! Dynamite is another game that supports several AmigaOS setups, but that one got on-line functions.

What if Worm Wars got on-line support? Now, that would be great. Think of Worm Wars battles between AmigaOS 3.x, AmigaOS 4.x and MorphOS 3.x users? 🙂 They do happen on the Dynamite servers. HBmonopoly is another game that works on-line on all of these AmigaOS setups too, but it got some minor issues on systems with too much CPU power.

James Jacobs does a superb job with Worm Wars we think. Visit his amigan.1emu.net site which contains more Amiga games that is made by him.

Get Worm Wars 9.11 for your AmigaOS setup from Aminet here

et Worm Wars 9.11 for your AmigaOS setup from Aminet here

Source: amigan.1emu.net