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Masters of the Wormiverse thumbnail
by Wiz [Ginger Innovations]
Released on 29 April, 2007 under
Sweet Roping thumbnail
by FlowingWater
Released on 19 May, 2007 under
The movie of Earth, Fire, Air and Water thumbnail
by OutofOrder
Released on 22 December, 2009 under

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Clan sK - Extreme Treiler thumbnail
by ExZo
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The Challenge Base: Reloaded thumbnail
by DarkOne
Released on 19 October, 2014 under

Latest Boring News

Merry Christmas!

It's still Christmas eve this side of the world, but for those of you already in the 25th, we have a surprise:

Showcase 4 released!


Voting is enabled, go watch those awesome wormers and their stunts, and cast your votes away!
Posted by OutofOrder on 24 December 2013

Happy New Year! And Happy 100th video, WormTube!

That's right, WormTube just made it to the Club of the Hundred Videos available to stream to the Worms community.

Some recent site changes were made that make file upload much easier for video makers, so don't hesitate and come tell us you want your Wormy video hosted at WT!
Posted by OutofOrder on 2 January 2013

"Is this thing on? 1 2 3 test"

You may notice that the smaller videos now can be resized to 150% to help with viewing without fullscreen. Just click on the magnifying glass besides the video player. I wonder how many of you still use small screens?
You can also turn backlights off and enjoy a cinema ambience by clicking on the little lightbulb! Hope you like these petty features.
Maybe more features to come (unannouced), keep watching!
Posted by OutofOrder on 30 April 2012

Absolute Re-encode

If you happen to think that all the streamed movies now look better than before, it's because they do!

Thanks to CyberShadow, every SD movie was re-encoded from the original video file using the H.264 video and AAC audio codecs in an MP4 container. This resulted in higher quality than their previous FLV/F4V versions. File sizes have even decreased a little on average, so the switch was well worth it.

Now please, sit back and enjoy!
Posted by OutofOrder on 8 June 2010

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