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The most popular Engine: Doom engine (id Tech 1) games

The Doom Engine is the graphic engine used for the first time for the game Doom, by id Software. It was later used by a number of similar shooters.

Most popular Engine: Doom engine (id Tech 1) games

Doom
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Doom 2: Hell on Earth
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Doom

DOS1993protecteddemo4.2/5 id software
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 fa...
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Doom 2: Hell on Earth

DOSWindows XP/98/951994protected4.3/5 id software
Doom 2 is the sequel to the much acclaimed FPS Doom. Doom 2: Hell on Earth is a horror sci-fi first-person shooter created by id Software, (John Carmack, Sandy Petersen, John Romero) set on a hellish Earth invaded by demons. The player must find his way in 32 levels, shooting down monsters and picking up keys in order to unlock new areas.
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Heretic

DOS1994protecteddemo4.3/5 Raven Software
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Strife

DOS1996protecteddemo4/5 Velocity
Strife from 1996 is a first-person shooter game developed by Rogue Entertainment and published by Velocity, based on the Doom engine. It's often remembered for being one of the earlier games to blend first-person shooter gameplay with RPG elements, such as dialogue with NPCs, quests, and an overarching storyline.In Strife, players assume the role o...
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Hexen: Beyond Heretic

DOS1995protected4.2/5 Raven Software
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Ultimate Doom

DOS1995protected4.1/5 id software
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