The game will feature a mix of classic Worms gameplay and some new style single player campaigns, along with multiplayer options that include brand new party games.
As the title suggests, the visual theme will be sci-fi orientated, with environmental settings and customization options never seen before. The action will take place on one of six planets, up to four players can do battle through online play.
The Wiimote will play its part through some gesture-based controls. Expect Worms: A Space Oddity to hit Wii in 2008. Sounds promising.
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