These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Awesome Music: Of course, every game's Wormsong, lyrical (Armageddon) or not (World Party) are awesome to listen to. Some of Worms 2's soundtrack counts, particularly Yesterday's Hero and Bad Boy Boggy B.
Began when, instead of releasing a patch to make Armageddon work on XP and fix the hacked and broken ranking system, Team17 released the almost-the-same-as-Armageddon World Party and then the spin-off puzzle game Blast. Ended either with Worms 3D or when Team17 hired some of the game's modders to work on updating Armageddon.
A significant amount of the fanbase regard the entire 3D era, especially Worms Forts as one massive Dork Age. Team 17 may actually agree on this one.
Nightmare Fuel: Sudden death, at least in Armageddon, can actually be quite spooky. Especially if it involves a nuclear strike making all the worms sick, because in that case a more frantic soundtrack plays, complete with blaring sirens and the occasional sounds of a clicking Geiger counter as well as shuffling reminiscent of marching in the background. Made even worse as the falling objects that float in the direction of the wind turn into skulls that morph back and forth between that and a mushroom cloud.
Worms Armageddon and Worms World Party both have the aptly named "Hell" music track that involves crackling fire and screams of the damned being tortured.
Scrappy Mechanic: At least in WA, we have this really annoying thing where if your worm stands too close to a wall and you try to jump towards that wall, or even jump while standing on an arguably steep hill, your worm may instead jump in the opposite direction, with absolutely no warning that it will happen. Cue countless cases of accidentally killing or harming your worm, followed by a Cluster F-Bomb. Why didn't they just make the worms jump straight upward in such cases is anyone's guess.
Some players feel the series peaked with the United expansion, and the absolute impossibility of playing the first generation games on a modern Windows machine — or a modern multi-core processor machine — cause them no end of pain.
Reloaded tweaked a lot of the core gameplay, and is a highly controversial instalment among old fans. In particular, the revised Ninja Rope mechanics in Reloaded are unpopular as they feel too different from before.
Revolution changes lighting form Reloaded to do damage instead of heal, THAT would have been nice to know.