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The /newstuff Chronicles #509
Not Jabba on Lebanon Connection: [...] clearly not a level that takes itself seriously. The textfile contains a short, goofy story about human rights violations and enslaved Lost Souls. The level itself is cleverly designed as a fully playable experience (unlike most jokewads), but it's still clearly a joke, and the puzzle elements can be extremely frustrating. (more)

Doomworld Multiplayer Digest #30

Check out the Multiplayer forum for discussion about clans, match scheduling and other fun events. Happy fragging!

Doom 2016 Passes 1 Million Sales On Steam (Maybe)

I was looking at Doom 2016's SteamSpy page and noticed that Doom 2016 probably passed the 1 million mark sometime recently. For comparison, Rage has 1.26 million owners after years of deep discounts and at least one free weekend, and Wolfenstein: The New Order has 1.2 million owners. And Doom is still at full price!

So maybe that's good enough to greenlight a sequel? Who knows??

The /newstuff Chronicles #508

Not Jabba on Nex Credo: Nex Credo is a fantastic mapset, and easily one of the best classic-styled wads released in the last few years. Hopefully Townsend's decision to end development on the megawad doesn't mean we've seen the last of him. (more)

Doomworld Multiplayer Digest - Issue #29

ZDaemon Sessions hasn't been announced yet this week, but keep an eye on the Multiplayer forum for updates. Happy fragging!

Doomworld Multiplayer Digest - Issue #28

Be sure to take a look at the Multiplayer forum for discussion about clans, match scheduling and other fun events. Happy fragging!

The /newstuff Chronicles #507

Not Jabba on Tyson's Delight: It's cool to see such totally different Tyson maps paired together for contrast, and both are well made and fun. This is definitely a worthy addition to your wad collection if you're either a Tyson specialist or a fan of "good ol' Walter Confetti." (more)

THT: Threnody released

THT: Threnody, a 20 level action-packed megawad including new music and skies made by the Doom community to pay tribute to the late Ty Halderman, has been completed and uploaded to /idgames. Check out its page here.

WolfenDoom: Web of Agony

After a development time of over 1.5 years, Realm667 has unleashed detailed information about their latest project: Blade of Agony. They've put together an interesting read and a lot of valuable information about the plot, characters, villains, and features that are awaiting in the upcoming release. Blade of Agony is a story-driven FPS. The project is inspired by WWII shooters from the 90's and early 2000's, like Wolfenstein 3D, Medal of Honor, and Call of Duty, but with faster-paced gameplay in the spirit of Doom. The game can be played standalone using the GZDoom engine as a base. Take time to visit the official webpage, spread the word, and share your thoughts - the team is looking forward to your feedback.