Worms Crazy Golf – Carnival Course DLC Is Out Now

Team17 today announced the arrival of the “Carnival Course” DLC for their mad-as-a-rabid-sheep sports-puzzler, Worms Crazy Golf. Available from today for download on PlayStation 3 from PlayStation Network in Europe, PC from Steam and for iPhone and iPod touch on the App Store, the Worms Crazy Golf “Carnival Course” Pack is downloadable content that adds plenty of new golfing goodness to Worms Crazy Golf.
The “Carnival Course” Pack includes the new 18-hole ‘Carnival’ crazy golf course, 5 new challenges with leaderboards, the new ‘bouncy ball’ utility, and brand new customisation items to unlock, including hats, balls and speech banks.
The full contents are as follows:
1 new ‘Carnival’ themed Worms™ Crazy Golf course, with 18 new holes.
5 new challenges with leaderboards.
1 new utility – the ‘bouncy ball’.
Brand new customisation items to unlock – 4 Hats, 3 Golf Balls and 2 Speech Banks.
Worms Crazy Golf is a brazenly bonkers mixture of classic 2D Worms™ and hilarious eighteen-hole high jinks. Spread across a variety of weird and wonderful courses and featuring some mind-bendingly mental power-ups, this is the craziest golf you’ll ever play.
The Worms Crazy Golf “Carnival Course” DLC pack is released today, Wednesday 26th October 2011, for PlayStation 3 from PlayStation Network in Europe, for PC from Steam, and for iPhone/iPod from the App Store.
Worms™ Crazy Golf - Trailer 5 - "Carnival Course" - out now for PS3, iPhone/iPad, PC and Mac

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