Blow up the land with First 4 Figures' Worms 2 diorama

10:00 AM on 07.04.2012 // Andres Cerrato
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It figures that on a day where we celebrate the U.S. of A's independence from the Crown by blowing up a portion of our land, we talk about a diorama of game that does the same.

I can honestly say I have fond memories of Worms. It was the game that was on my friend's PC that I couldn't play and that he bragged about playing it online with Jennifer Love-Hewitt. It was 1998 and the 7th grade, so take the story for what you will. In any case, Worms was a fun game and it's still going. First 4 Figures is taking their love of the series one step further with their first of a series of Worms dioramas, the inaugural one being based of Worms 2: Armageddon.

This piece features the two worms locked into a death situation. Who wants to take the bet on the Uzi to the cranium or the shotgun to the mouth. There's also the matter of a hand grenade (holiness not verified) which, for the limited version of the piece, can be replaced with the banana bomb. If you had good enough memories with Worms to buy a diorama of it, this 10 x 10 inch piece will run you $219.99 for the limited version of 425 and $199.99 for the standard edition, with a run of 1995. They are both available for pre-order and will be released this fall.

[Pre-order Worms 2: Armageddon Diorama: Standard | Limited]

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