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x-raider wrote:Wow, I thought this one was a classic. But you're as close as you could be. It's actually the game that was the foundation and inspiration for worms and so many other popular games [The Genre of Multiplayer Platform/2D shooters]. And it was freeware!! My favorite offshoot is Soldat, which is also good value shareware/donateware.
I still haven't said what the game's name is. Leaving it open...
Frop wrote:Liero was released in 1998. How does that make it the inspiration for Worms which was released in 1995?
x-raider wrote:Frop wrote:Liero was released in 1998. How does that make it the inspiration for Worms which was released in 1995?
Oh, you're right. Thanks for educating me.
MoB Deadly wrote:Ok, ill go, I didn't go last time cuz I was waiting for Andy to confirm
I used to love this game yo.
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