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Doom v0.2

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In order to create a complete collection of historic DOOM versions, as released to testers at the time, id Software has allowed to place this file, the Feb 4, 1993 pre-alpha version of DOOM, in the official idgames archive.


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AnonimVio

  
King sucks. Jules is Tom.

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Guest

  
A definitive piece of historical shit 45345/10

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Doomkid

  
Hours and hours of replayability!

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Tom sucks. Jules is King.

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DoomTheRobot

  
So naughty, but so historic!

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The original and the best. -deathz0r

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Got it to run under DosBox very slowly. Didn't crash when i touched monsters. Definantly a piece of history. 5/5 -r_rr

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I am naughty. -r_rr

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I liked it! but, the problem is that i think you have to get to DOS mode.

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Great work, too!

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interesting they were goint for a hud view where you can see the space marine mask/combar gear in the first draft

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LOL The title screen says " If you have a copy of this, you are naughty"

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Whatever you do, don't touch the monsters or it WILL crash.

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Nvm I got it. Now this is neat! 5/5

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What more can be said than it is one of many great beginnings. -Blitzkrieg

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oooh boy. i found it at last. Thank you ID!

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Not much to see here, but this is the earliest build of the in-dev Doom engine that seems to have survived. Nice one.

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The start of a legend, that soon blew our minds when released!

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Sure it's what later turned out to be the best FPS ever, but I'll be damned if this early alpha is actually playable.

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It's a piece of history

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Auto 5 for being ID 1 :)

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