Worms Reloaded: A Meat & Potatoes Productions Milestone!

Meat & Potatoes Productions maps available in Worms Reloaded!We are delighted to announce that with the release of Worms Reloaded by Team17 on the Steam gaming client, you will be pleased to find that FOUR of our Worms Armageddon levels have actually been INCLUDED in the game, to serve as examples of what can be done with the game’s new level editor!!!

Load up a custom match and choose from Titanic Reloaded, Airforce One Reloaded, Global Warming Reloaded, or Last Resort Reloaded. See the MnP levels in full 24-bit color as they were originally designed and intended!

For a sneak peak of the MnP level Titanic Reloaded in action, head over to gamescom.gamespot.com and check out the interview with Mark Baldwin, Community Manager at Team17 as he features some of the new options that Worms Reloaded offers for landscape designers.

Want to see more MnP levels and maps in Worms Reloaded for PC? Then you better head over to Steam and grab yourself a copy. As of this writing, you can still get 10% off of a preorder – scoring you 24-hour early access, and the exclusive x6 Worms Hats and x10 Forts for use in the game!

We at MnP can’t be more excited about this and wish to officially thank Team17 for giving us this honor.

With the release of these four maps customized for Worms Reloaded, you can be sure that MnP will be hard at work developing for this new environment and we hope you’ll enjoy playing new MnP Reloaded maps in the future.


  1. Congratulations!

    Comment by bonz — August 24, 2010 @ 5:52 pm

  2. I knew those custom levels looked familiar!

    I am very interested in the levels you create for WR in the future. I don’t have WA anymore, so I’d love to see Family Feud for WR.

    Comment by kirkpad — August 29, 2010 @ 12:45 am

  3. Thanks guys! Don’t worry. Family Feud has been released for both games!

    Comment by mnpp — August 29, 2010 @ 1:53 am

  4. […] The sequel to Global Warming, it was also included in the retail WR. […]

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