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  1. UAC Earth Base

    The first map I have ever finished and released so expect some problems. Finished making on 8/8/18 and decided to upload it here on 8/26/18. Large feedback would be highly appreciated.

    Hint on finding on one of the secrets: One of the walls outside has a hidden path.

    54 downloads

       (3 reviews)

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  2. SUPJOSH

    For the longest time, I wanted to try my hand at Doom mapping, but it took joshthenesnerd's stream to give me enough motivation to actually do so. If all goes well he should eventually be playing this on his idgames archive marathon stream! This is a short and small techbase-ish level, which I hope isn't godawful for a first map.

    16 downloads

       (1 review)

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  3. Underground Tension

    Venture down an underground facility, engaging in perilous close encounters.

    13 downloads

       (0 reviews)

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  4. TNT: Resistance

    TNT: Resistance is an 8-map vanilla episode for Final Doom's TNT IWAD, featuring maps from various authors. All the maps were tested with Chocolate Doom/chocorenderlimits and should be playable in all source ports (well, almost all). The episode of course takes inspiration from the original TNT IWAD with plenty of new ideas thrown into the mix while only using the original stock textures of TNT.

    127 downloads

       (4 reviews)

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  5. Start

    A fun map for DOOM2.wad

    55 downloads

       (7 reviews)

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  6. Space Inferno

    Story: You work for a special marine unit that guards the galaxy from any threats. It is a boring job most of the time, but there are a few times when there is heavy action. One weekend afternoon, you were relaxing on your sofa, drinking beer and watching TV, when all of a sudden you get a call from the team captain. The captain orders you to return to the base of operations immediately and teleport to a research facility, many light year away, so that you can eliminate any possible threats. Once you arrive, you find some of your squad members killed. You then swear to take revenge and kill everything in that location. Afterwards, you have to make the security measures go offline and escape.

    This is my first wad. It consists of 1 level and it is pretty short, although it has its fair share of encounters and traps.

    75 downloads

       (4 reviews)

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  7. Trigger-happy (Updated version)

    Trigger-happy is a fast paced almost claustrofobic indoor map with abstract design and filled with nazis to kill. Dare yourself to escape this Mastermind dungeon and face the beast with ULTRA-VIOLENCE.

    This is the definitive version of my 2nd map triggerh.wad; it, features vanilla compability, detailed rooms, reworked enemy and item placement, diffilculty spikes and so on.

    Higly recommended to play using the Chocolate Doom source port, under 320x200 (or Crispy's 640x400), since it was intentionally made for.

    16 downloads

       (9 reviews)

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  8. Shovelware Adventure!

    Welcome to Shovelware Adventure! This is a 100% vanilla compatible wad & dehacked file for DOOM II. This map is full of bloody battle arenas and slimy passageways! There are many secrets to discover and several paths to reach the exit. This map was designed with a high quality but oldschool 90's style in mind, the little gems with quirky graphic edits that you find on those old discs among 1000 random wadfiles - hence the name Shovelware Adventure. It's meant to feel like a mini-episode despite being just one lone map. The objective is to pump rockets into the core and blow the place up! Difficulty settings have been thoroughly implemented, so if it's too hard on Ultra Violence, switch it to HMP or HNTR :)

    If you are playing in a ZDoom based port, there is no need to load the included .deh file - It is there for older/classic ports such as Chocolate Doom.

    Have fun!

    17 downloads

       (6 reviews)

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  9. Tritium Refinery

    Two Vanilla-compatible techbase levels for Doom 2. Two new midis by me are included.

    8 downloads

       (3 reviews)

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  10. Doom2 Map14 Homage. AKA: A map submitted for Master Levels that was REJECTED! =]

    This is a Doom2 level - you'll have to idclev to map03 It's a level. Play it!

    11 downloads

       (7 reviews)

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  11. StarCove - A Tribute To Ty Halderman

    I decided to pay tribute to Ty Halderman who passed away last year by making a map inspired from his level in Icarus called Starhenge; although it also features other homages from Ty's mapping career. Requires Icarus: Alien Vanguard to play and replaces MAP27.

    14 downloads

       (10 reviews)

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  12. Twin Peaks

    Classic tech level. My first WAD. Takes me about 10 minutes to beat. Have fun!

    The remote Echo base is studying an anomaly atop the twin peaks of the Susquenatch valley. Your mission is to break into the complex and gain access to the mountain. The answers we are looking for await us on the highest peak.

    14 downloads

       (10 reviews)

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  13. The Hallway of the Tempest

    You're in a laboratory. Lab is invested by ugly monsters

    13 downloads

       (9 reviews)

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  14. Skeune

    After playing plenty of Marathon (you know, DooM for Mac), I had the idea of making a quick map in the same style. This means 1994-style geometry and texturing, gloomy lighting, and an emphasis on switch-hunting and puzzle-solving. However, I soon found out that in order to make really devious puzzles, one needs better "scripting functionality" than possible with the original .exe-file. While the map didn't quite turn out the way I wanted it to, I still think it might be fun as a quick diversion. : Also, I wanted to joke a bit with my brother, so I altered the sounds of the former humans and the Imps. They now curse in the most vile tongue imaginable. : Please see the bottom of this document for the actual story.

    7 downloads

       (5 reviews)

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  15. Toxic line

    5 downloads

       (2 reviews)

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  16. THE TROOPERS' PLAYGROUND (repackaged edition)

    This is a reupload of the legendary 1996 Doom II episode, The Troopers' Playground v1.03, to repackage it in a manner suitable for modern users. The original version uploaded to /idgames on March 29, 1996 was meant to be installed with a packaged WAD editor, New WAD Tool (NWT), which works by directly replacing already-existing lumps in DOOM2.WAD with identically-named lumps included in the PWAD, unlike the competing tool DeuTex / DeuSF. Unfortunately, this means no modern source ports can read the packaged WADs correctly unless they were specifically designed to do so, as the WADs do not follow the expected, organized format established by DOOM2.WAD. Not only that, but NWT is a DOS application, which means it cannot run on modern operating systems without emulation.

    Thus, this repackaged edition restructures both of the affected files, TTP.WAD and TTPDEATH.WAD, to use the same directory format as the Doom II IWAD, and thus allow modern source ports to load them properly. Now you can simply load the appropriate files (i.e. TTP.DEH and TTP.WAD, or TTPDEATH.WAD) just by dragging and dropping them onto your source port of choice. All three included WADs play 100% identically to their original versions, which remain available separately on the archive for historical interest in ttp103.zip. In addition, for users who wish to play the WAD on a DOS machine or a DOS emulator, you can use DeHackEd and DeuSF to install it as normal, and the batch file installers (TTP.BAT and TTPDEATH.BAT) have been updated to match.

    This repackaged edition was uploaded with written permission from Matthias Worch, the original author, who went on to become a veteran game developer and whose modern website can be found at worch.com.

    141 downloads

       (14 reviews)

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  17. UNX01

    A short, simple starting map. It's pretty easy though it has a couple of slightly challenging parts. The radiation suit is more useful than it may seem at first.

    Designed for vanilla Doom and old school gameplay. All 3 difficulty levels available.

    17 downloads

       (13 reviews)

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  18. Savior

    In the middle of a beatiful day,Earth has been invaded by unknown demon forces.Earthlings were no match for their superior power, so they dominated whole Earth in a few moments.Yet you decided not to give up and decided to travel to Hell to destroy the portal that they're using.But the journey wont be easy;first you must complete all 3 circles of Hell.

    19 downloads

       (13 reviews)

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  19. UAC's Deep Quarry

    Long maps are looooong! And in this case, this one qualify into /idgames because of the compatibility and yet the utter fun it yields to the player.

    Comes with two vanilla-compatible demos recorded in PRBoom+. (version 1.90)

    Many monsters, all weapons (all rewarded), from easy to very difficult! Playing in Ultra-Violence the difficulty compensates the weapons! Many monsters = moar carnage! - Recommended to play with Brutal Doom mod.

    16 downloads

       (13 reviews)

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  20. The Trials 2

    A complete rebuild of the crappier parts of the original Trials level so I hope you guys find it better!

    12 downloads

       (10 reviews)

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  21. Control Your Destiny

    Shoot the romero head to control where you teleport.

    13 downloads

       (10 reviews)

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  22. The Gap

    Shotgun shells across the gap, but where is the shotgun?

    13 downloads

       (11 reviews)

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  23. Sinister Seven - Vanilla Maps by Doomkid

    7 sp/coop maps, vanilla compatible (besides map07), with some fresh sprites - I added the extra marine and zombieman rotation angles (Thanks Mr. Romero!). Some of these maps are from submissions to communtiy projects. Special thanks to The_Miano, MrCrispy, Scifista42, TimeOfDeath, pcorf, Buckshot, and everyone else out there who helped or inspired me in some way to make these maps :) STORY: (Continues from the end of 'UAC Rebellion') "The UAC recovered from the destruction left in the rebel's wake. He had taken out most of the head men with brute force and even managed to close the gate to hell they had opened. Most of the survivors thought he was crazy, but some said he was a twisted hero who saw the bigger picture. The fact is, his attempt to stop the UAC failed - He was killed shortly after his return to Earth by a group of hostiles who had survived his rampage. They immediately began rebuilding the destroyed facilities. They rewrote history, erasing the evidence that the UAC had ever experimented on humans, painted the rebel as nothing more than a "cold hearted lunatic", gained support and funding from Earth's remaining population and used it to continue their interdimensional research. I knew the rebel personally. I was with the group of supporters who he let go. I knew the UAC were corrupt bastards as soon as people started going missing. I heard they killed the rebel and were rebuilding, so I prepared myself. Today, it happened - The sky turned a bright red. Two massive portals opened above us. The demonic aliens swept through our base and took out or possessed almost everyone.. Those evil UAC bastards had done it again, only worse. Their plan to brainwash the masses worked, and now destruction incarnate is pouring in from the sky. I can't explain why they want to see the world burn - but here I am, presumably the only survivor in a military base full of hellspawn. It's time to put my training to the test. I know of a spot where I can escape to sea and ride this invasion out on the water. I wonder if anyone else has survived.." I hope you all have fun with these. Difficulty levels are very thoroughly implemented, so if you're finding it too hard, just turn it down a notch! These should also be perfect for survival mode (one of my favorite gamemodes!)

    43 downloads

       (29 reviews)

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  24. Job

    Doomguy can't stay focused, always having visions of an underground cavern with beautiful, shimmering, red and blue walls. Will he go back to work or drop everything to find the location of his dreams?

    14 downloads

       (9 reviews)

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  25. BOB BOBOS' Speedmapping Session!

    3 maps made for a new speed mapping session in the space of 30 seconds, with 1 second for music and bugfixing. Each mapper had 3 map themes to choose from:

    - Brown techbase - Silver techbase - Green techbase -

    They were also restricted to a maximum of 10 sectors

    30 downloads

       (23 reviews)

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    • By Tango · Posted
      awesome stuff, love the atmosphere!
    • By galileo31dos01 · Posted
      Done with these settings:   - Crispy Doom 5.3
      - Ultra-Violence
      - Continuous combined with pistol start mindset.
      - Saves every 10 minutes or so.   A strange, okay old one-man megawad with a long story included. Basically, the protagonist is part of a worldwide terraforming organization whose objective was invade Mars, they sent a spaceship with him inside. Troubles happened and he had to work it out on his own for several years, running out of oxygen and supplies. Rest is your job to survive, and if you care, the background of the maps is thoroughly explained in the text file. By the time I played the wad, I opted to ignore the story, but you don't have to do the same. Mars War has as many themes as basic Doom II resources allows, including spaceships (from where everything starts), tech bases, bunkers, underground caves, and other ambiguous environments. The peculiarity is that the visual themes appear in alternation rather than like a classic thematic progression, which seemed a bit disorienting at times. Texturing and detailing are generally a take-it-or-leave-it. Sometimes the looks are very bland, which is due to the a lot of monotexturing and misalignment combined with full brightness and boxy design in many of the maps. Think of huge walls of, for example GRAYTALL, to get the idea, or any other textures you might not like. However, I will admit the bits of surreal architecture helped some parts to look memorable in a good way, like a giant kitchen sink or the chambers with floating crates. I get that the author tried to tease people with Microsoft references, but that was not of my concern, in fact I liked the tricks with lifts resembling bar and pie charts, once I got the joke. The labelled textures, on the other side, seemed like silly memes. It was hilarious to find a big "DOOR" text on a door, that sort of things aren't common these days. All of the maps contain different midis, some gorgeous songs and tracks while others quite noisy. The one in the super secret map was the best by far.   The levels have a sort of gradual progression as monster species go, with the biggest demons appearing in particular boss-like situations. Figuring the correct way to exit is part of the regular gameplay of the wad, specially in the larger maps when becomes a maddening task, so as feeling constantly exposed to, mainly, hitscan attrition. There are a few instances of pressure from mixed groups of enemies here and there, and some interesting ideas like a zoo of monsters and infight simulators, but what will mostly keep you alert are the chaingunners and shotgunners, usually sneaking in resource compartments or from higher positions. Well, and the death traps. Teleporting in the middle of a round of zombies was devilish enough but dying my way through chains of nearly inescapable crushers was a tad obnoxious. Or the inverted case, you get sandwiched between the raising platform and the ceiling if you don't time perfectly your escape, which is the gimmick of map 20. Kudos for making an average player rage, heh. Anyways, the pace isn't necessarily slow in spite of the hitscan preponderance: health supplies exist aplenty, weaponry is available pretty soon in every map, with some exceptions, so I can only believe pistol starts are enjoyable with proper knowledge.    Secret-wise, usually they are very easy to spot. If you're familiar with 90's wads, it just takes a good eye to catch the hint, but sometimes you're down to trial and error, since the author had a fetish for punishing unwary players (yes, death traps). I like that there are plenty to find and some lead to hidden areas for extra kills and stuff, keeps the exploration side more engaging. For favourite maps I'll pick 16, 21, 29 and 32 for their cool concepts. Maps 15 and 17 would also be in the list because I love city maps, but the visuals are garish. The rest vary from acceptable to mediocre or boring.    Overall, it's quirky, rough, perhaps provocative for some people, as I could see around here, and still got me immersed until the end. Not sure if I would recommend this outside of nostalgic reasons, it definitely didn't aged so well, but unless you're opposed to the creativity of mappers from the past, this might worth a quick check. It's not going in my list of favourites, though. My rate is 5/10.
    • By dylux · Posted
      What I disliked: The 64/PSX (whatever) sounds, the lack of ammo, the unrewarding secrets, the recoiling of weapons and the "new" translucent Imps. I especially disliked the atmosphere - my eyes were hurting after Map 04. Almost every button you activate will spawn monsters coming out of the woodwork.    I DID like the Mapsets, though. It's unfortunate that the atmosphere ruined them for me.   This game should've been called "Spectre" 'cause there were more of them than every other monster in the game. Again, the gloomy atmosphere made them especially annoying.   I've read the sequel to this WAD is much better...but for this one, it just wasn't fun for me.   1 1/2 Stars out of 5
    • By Rimantas · Posted
      Layout is superb, difficulty is hellish. Would be perfect final level, because as pistol start is way too hard. However i'm finishing it on UV without freelook, jumping or any other cheats.
    • By Spectre01 · Posted
      Cool circular layout and a very high level of detail. Gameplay provides a fun challenge and none of it feels like a chore. 4/5
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