Abandonware DOS title


Doom was released by id Software in 1993. It is widely regarded as one of the most influential and groundbreaking video games of all time, particularly within the first-person shooter (FPS) genre.
Set in the future on the moons of Mars, the game follows the player-controlled character, known as the "Doom Marine", as they battle through a research facility overrun by demonic forces unleashed through experiments in teleportation. The game features fast-paced, intense gameplay, with players navigating through labyrinthine levels while battling hordes of monsters using an arsenal of weapons ranging from pistols and shotguns to rocket launchers and plasma rifles.
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single-player, LAN, PvP (player VS player)
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All Game Guide: "If you like Quake and Duke Nukem, there is no way you can't like Doom, one of the original first-person shoot-em-up games created (Wolfenstein started it, baby!). The good thing about game designers is that they know what the public wants: a place to release their pent-up aggression and frustrations. What better way to express your inner rage than in the corridors and catacombs of Doom?"

Computer and Videogames (1994): "There have been several recent 3D action games on PC - Terminator Rampage, and the 3D parts of Jurassic Park spring to mind - but none of them are in the same league as Doom. It looks better, sounds better, plays better and is altogether meaner, nastier and harder than all of them put together. Technically and visually it's awesome, you get hours and hours of gameplay for your money - not only that but you can also try it out as shareware for incredulous first - and the action is incredibly intense."

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The popularity of Doom led to the development of expansion packs and alternate versions based on the same game engine, including The Ultimate Doom (1995), Final Doom (1996), and Doom 64 (1997).

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Additional info about Doom

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse, joystick
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk, cd-rom
Also published for: Sega 32X, SNES, 3DO, Saturn, Acorn Archimedes, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation, Atari Jaguar, Xbox 360
Abandonware DOS views: 84227
Series: Doom is part of the Doom series.
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  • James 29/01/2021 06:56
    DosBox is a great way to run older games on any OS. It also has full Gravis Ultrasound and Roland MT-32 emulation.
  • YOUR DAD 18/04/2019 00:12
  • ramrod 18/08/2018 07:42
    @Dunkin Use DOS BOX
  • Pippotto 30/01/2018 14:26
    @Dunkin: There are many source ports out there to play Doom on Windows. Probably the easiest port out there is ZDoom.
  • Joi 23/01/2018 03:12
    First came Wolfenstein 3D the father of first person shooters, then Doom... I loved both of these games so much... Remember a lot of good times...
  • Dunkin 13/01/2018 06:54
    I have final Doom and all the dooms-I cannot play them on w10. please help.
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