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  1. Lively Unusual: A standard UD speedmapping community project

    Born as a joke speed mapping session by me at 1st april, main aim of this thing is to create a level playable for zdoom compatible ports and using ultimate doom and a optional texture pack in 3 hours, with two level exceeeds the time limit. Woah.


       (0 reviews)


  2. Kill 'Em With Kindness

    In this wad, I create an intimate experience full of tiny interactions and surprises. It is a fully hand-drawn, wholesome environment in which the player waters flowers, pets their dog, and wanders around in nature.

    It was extremely interesting for me to create something so feminine and gentle out of a game so masculine and violent. I realized that what I was creating became so much more than just a wholesome environment. I was modifying death animations so that when you water a flower "enemy" with your watering can "weapon," the flower starts to dance rather than die. Or the dog, a modification of the demon, goofily wobbles around and follows you out of a need for love rather than out of a desire to kill.


       (11 reviews)


  3. Lijiang

    Inspired by JP LeBreton's discussion with John Romero at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rV6HlBa88js&feature=youtu.be&t=80 and Blackmantis' research at https://www.doomworld.com/forum/topic/85756-found-doom-sky-source-files/, in 2017, we traveled to Yangshuo County, China to try and find the cave from which Tom Atwood photographed "Yangshuo Cavern" sometime in the late 80s or early 90s. Also known as MAJEST3.TIF, this image was distributed by Aris Entertainment in 1991 and 1992 via royalty free CD-ROMs like "MediaClips Majestic Places" and "The Best of MediaClips," an example of which can be downloaded at https://archive.org/details/The_Best_of_MediaClips_2.0.1_Aris_Entertainment_1994. After finding its way into the offices of id Software during the development of DOOM, Atwood's photograph of the Karst Mountains became Phobos, the skybox for the shareware episode of the game, "Knee Deep in the Dead."

    Not Moon Hill or Butterfly Spring or Dragon Water Cave, asking for the location of "Yangshuo Cavern" is the equivalent of asking for the location of "California Hill" when searching for the Bliss Screen. Beyond the immensity of the mountain range and vagary of Atwood's original title, in many ways Yangshuo County exemplifies the larger process of historical erasure and cultural amnesia in China. Villages alongside the Li River are undergoing rapid development; every cave we entered was full of concrete, colored lights, and consumed Monkey Kings; and even local cavers and climbers were stumped...is it even possible to find "Yangshuo Cavern" in 2017?

    The history of Yangshuo is not only occluded when it comes to DOOM, but also in relation to China more broadly. Even though the 20 RMB note features a shan shui-esque rendering of the region's famous mountains, hills, and caverns along the Li River, Yangshuo is not an ancient site of art and culture. In fact, landscape painters only made their way to the Karst Mountains en masse as refugees during the Second Sino-Japanese War between 1937 and 1945. Whether remediated as an ancient site of national pride or as the backdrop for the shareware episode of DOOM, in many ways Yangshou may as well be Mars.

    In this short, single map .WAD, photographs we took while floating down the Li River replace the skybox and sprites of DOOM while Aris Entertainment's original musical accompaniment, MAJEST3.WAV, replaces the music. This is the first of a series of levels we are designing as an essay/megawad about the technologies, histories, and cultures of play around DOOM in China.


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  4. Kala

    Break out of an underground prison and fight to the surface in this 8 level map set for Ultimate Doom


       (7 reviews)


  5. Lights out!

    "Decades ago the UAC built an underground vault near the ancient, alien ruins on Phobos. It was a secret experiment in extreme colonization, an intelligent and self-sustained city that would survive even its own inhabitants. Although isolated from the rest of humanity, the secret colony sent an automated coded message with the vitals and statistics of the base to the UAC HQ each day

    Two weeks ago that message began to show immense casualties and cryptic references to unknown invaders. Later, a week ago, HQ received the last message, indicating there were life forms of some kind in the base, but they weren't humans anymore. Go there and terminate the hostiles that have infected the colony."


       (8 reviews)


  6. Absolutely Killed

    A full episode of short, concept-oriented maps for Ultimate Doom. Beware: Not your traditional Doom WAD.


       (16 reviews)


  7. Legends

    tribute to heroes.wad


       (9 reviews)


  8. Journey into the Bowels of Hell

    Just a 3 Level replacement for Episode 2 for Ultimate Doom.. 3 action packed levels I made.


       (10 reviews)


  9. Doom: The Lost Episode

    A semi-official 5th episode for The Ultimate Doom.

    This project's aim is to bring the official and relatively obscure console-exclusive maps together in a single playable episode. Maps consist of levels from PSXDoom, Jaguar Doom, and the Doom Alphas, re-mastered in a surreal yet fitting "neo-classic" style.

    Great effort has been made to preserve the flow of the existing playable maps (PSX maps mostly), though a few in particular are heavily modified for purposes of gameplay or aesthetics. The Alpha maps in particular have changed drastically, but only for the purpose of "completing" what was originally an unfinished map. There is also one mostly-original map, though it does bear some striking similarities to Spawning Vats.

    Though many oldschool doomers may not view earlier renditions of these maps (i.e. Kaiser's excellent Consoledoom.wad) as "canon" in the Doom universe, this project is designed specifically to preserve the look and feel of these maps in a format that will sit side-by-side with the original four iD episodes. We hope you will view this project as not just an add-on episode, but the fifth chapter in the Ultimate Doom universe.

    Prepare for Evil Unleashed.


       (119 reviews)


  10. Kill Gamarra

    OK, I made this map because some guys wanted it. You are a serious and angry doomer (it's true, isn't it?) and you got to know that Gamarra is hidden in a military station. Your mission is to kill the source of the evil that inspired his story.


       (23 reviews)


  11. Das Labor

    It is a big area with many rooms, doors and teleporters. The graphical details are very great! There are lights and connection to many rooms, so it doesn't look clumsy! The monsters and weapons are also placed in a very optimal way. This causes high gamefun!


       (24 reviews)


  12. Lunar Apocalypse

    A space station floating around The Moon.


       (8 reviews)


  13. Let Them Die 2

    A Doom Episode 2 themed map (or at least that was my intent). Replaces E2M5 so it has two different exits, one leads to E2M6 the other to the secret level (E2M9). This map features a skybox, polyobjs, ACS scripting and various ZDoom special effects.

    A tip: remember that switches in DOOM can also be shot activated. As for the secrets, there are 15 secrets in in this map: some are plainly in sight, you just need to take a few seconds to look around yourself; to find the others try interacting with the computers (or anything that looks like one) and keep a sharp eye for blinking lights and for different textured walls.


       (4 reviews)


  14. Lost Refinery

    This is a lost toxin refinery hidden in one of the many caverns on Phobos. It is an Episode 1 style level, but noticebly unique to the other episode 1 levels.


       (5 reviews)


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