Wurm Unlimited is on Steam, and at a discount

    
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Wurm Unlimited is on Steam, and at a discount

Are your wurms on Steam feeling distinctly limited? Then you should be happy to know that Wurm Unlimited is now available on Steam, giving you the opportunity to jump in and start making your mark on the world. Granted, that mark may involve leaving a smear on the ground after you’re slain by a pheasant, but the important part is that it’s your vaguely human-shaped smear.

To celebrate the launch and turn heads that may otherwise be unturned by Wurm Unlimited, the game is 10% off through October 28th, retailing for $26.99 instead of its standard $29.99. If you’ve long had your eyes on the fantasy sandbox but wanted it a bit cheaper or on a different platform, now’s your opportunity.

Source: Steam page

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milosanx
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milosanx

WildarX I didn’t play wurm for 2 years after my brother showed it to me. Kicking my self ever since.Now I see the world as beautiful. Just like the ugly friend you knew until you got to know them and now you think they are beautiful.

Zashara
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Zashara

DPandaren karmamule Samizdat
And there lies the problem for me. The game feels built up already. Everywhere I went had buildings there already.

DPandaren
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DPandaren

The game was 20% earlier. But 10% now that it’s on steam.

DPandaren
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DPandaren

karmamule Samizdat Wurm is amazing because I can still log into it and see the remnants of a town I helped built with a couple of friends on a web forum from like, 5+ years ago now.

Omedon
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Omedon

Every time, EVERY time I think of this game, I picture an MMO world full of Earthworm Jim people.  I can’t get past it, and it really dents my ability to take the game seriously haha!

karmamule
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karmamule

Samizdat Because Wurm is more of a fully-featured MMO with a fleshed-out ecosystem that lets you do things like actually change the landscape, not just build on it.  Much more flexible, but you definitely have to be tolerant of far-from-cutting-edge graphics and animation.

karmamule
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karmamule

Noble_Einherjar I hear ya on this. I love Wurm’s feature set, and used to say “It’s not the graphics, it’s the gameplay”. However, you can give me all the fun game systems in the world, but I have to want to actually BE in that world and listen to and look at it while enjoying those systems that makes it truly worthwhile.

Samizdat
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Samizdat

Wondering why I would play this over, say, Rust.

Rozyn
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Rozyn

So, if it has private server mode I’m wondering if it could be modded? Take out some of the more hideous models and this would be awesome. I hope more ‘MMO’ style games continue to go the private server route. I’m not into dinosaurs or zombies, so this is a good direction.

LordOfBread
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LordOfBread

Rheem Octuris It´s Steam Worm-Week, didn´t you get the memo?