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DOOM95.EXE will work with any DOOM or DOOM2 main wadfile.

With DOOM95, you no longer need to keep your main wads in seperate directories. Copy all main wad files (DOOM.WAD, DOOM2.WAD, PLUTONIA.WAD, TNT.WAD, etc) to the DOOM95 directory and launch DOOM95. To play, choose the appropriate wad file from the launcher and then start the game.
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this is the wad that replaced the original doom.exe engine and subsequently made it unavailable to mainstream distribution. the fact that i cannot have THE ORIGINAL FILES without either trusting that someone's disks still work or that i may find some other means is the sign of only one thing: that this is the scummiest thing to have ever happened to the world of doom... ZERO STARS

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didnt work just played music

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FUCK YEAH DOOM!

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Thank you!

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great game full of suprises

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Classic. 5 stars.

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Very usefull if you want to watch old demos even if PrBoom should play them back NB : This port is out dated But if you like History try it 5/5

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this was the first port i ever used. it was ok. 3/5

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a rather nice fix for a great game

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Doom 95 was pretty good for running Doom natively in MS Windows back in the day (I'm talking '95-96). Modern day computers (anything 2000+) will likely have lots of issues running this smoothly so use something like zdoom (port with lots of new features) or chocolate doom (if you want to get a 'vanilla' DOOM experience) instead. This might have some nostalgic value, but otherwise it's hugely outdated.

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Yuck. I had this when I got Doom Collector's Edition and hated it until i discovered source ports. I want to puke at the site of seeing this old nightmare again. Though it is useful to have on the site, so I give it a 2/5 instead of none.

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I thought Doom95 was ok. It comes closer to the original Doom than any other source port I've used, but it still doesn't feel as authentic as just running the original DOS Doom. Also, it won't run most of the PWADs I like. 3/5

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Nice work

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Like the Doom Collector's Edition, this will not run on Windows 7. +0 stars for being too antiquated to be useful to anyone who has a PC manufactured in this century.

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This game is teh r0xx0rz!

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I got this with Final Doom when I bought that, and it was so crappy that I rather played in Dos on low res. 1/5 Kristus

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thanks u for this game, I love it

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Oh cool!

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The best free game I have ever played

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It's not the wad, it's the port. The port sucks.

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Doom 95 was the first version of Doom I've ever played. So many memories :) 5/5

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Downright unforgettable, but obsolete now. When it comes down to the classic keyboard experience, Doom95 deals this in spades (if works that is). You can fix that with a mouse patch nowadays I believe. The Doom95 loading screen is something outta this world. Cyberdemon, bunny, Baron of Hell, Cacodemon, Giant Red Number 95, and yours truly. Haha.. *grumble* 'nuff said. Use something else if you want to record demos.

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I grew up with doom95! And when i got interested in it again, i got interested in modern source ports, too, so doom95 helped me into the modern source port world.

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DOOM!!!!!!!!! THAT SAYS IT ALL. SCREW ALL FAULTS AND JUST FOCUS ON CHOPPING UP 'EM MONSTERS!!!!!!!!!!

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Awesome, exept the motion and sound seem slowed down a tad from when I played it all those years ago...

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