THQ has confirmed in its latest release schedule that we'll be seeing more wriggly Worms on handhelds this summer.

Worms Open Warfare 2 is due to appear on DS and PSP in July - just four months after the arrival of the first game.

Unfortunately THQ was unable to offer us any comment on what we could expect to change in this offering, but it will almost certainly attempt to iron out problems that stopped the original reaching its full potential.

You can find our full Worms Open Warfare DS review elsewhere on the site.

Also new to our hive-mind was a listing for DS title Drawn To Life, scribbled down for a September release.

Here you'll be challenged to grasp your stylus and populate the world with your creations, ranging from characters and animals, up to planets - literally painting the night sky.

You'll then be able to explore the entire world, battling through scrolling platform levels with your freshly made creations. And don't worry, if you're cack-handed like us, then you'll be pleased to know there are a slew of templates to use to get you started.

Head over to the Drawn To Life website for more information.

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