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DeHackEd v3.1

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DeHackEd v3.1, the best Doom exe editor available! Improvements over v2.4 include Ultimate Doom support, along with cheat code, code pointer and other misc data editing, along with numerous other improvements. Load the included patch for an incredible arsenal of super weapons! Includes mouse support and works with all versions of Doom from 1.666 to Final DOOM (DOS).


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cambreaKer

· Edited by cambreaKer

  

really good

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thx!!!

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was the best!

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Nice, old and dos, but nice.

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One of the greatest utilities ever made. Still needed for backward compatibility.

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This really needs to get rated upwards and upwards. Historical reasons aside, this is still needed to mod vanilla Doom.

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5 stars - legendary Spambot check 1 + 3 = 4 i

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Pretty easy to use to make new .deh's.

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Defines legendary! Lots of great TCs would never have been made without it. Even useful today in DOSBox to make DeHackEd patches for vanilla Doom that can also be used in modern ports like Chocolate, PrBoom, etc.

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the only monster maker i can find thank god.

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Great great tool

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Seeing this makes me sad. Back in '97 zDoom and Boom were just starting, and programs like this were high-tech. Now I've got WhackEd2 (Even though I do DECORATE instead), XWE, Doom Builder 2, etc. Sad. - Conmon

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The editor that started it all.

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I hate spambot checks because I can't count. But I love Dehacked so whatever. - Borat of Khazakstan

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Fellowzdoomer

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Legendary. Super weps n all. I still use it for some prboom fx. Awesome. -Fellowzdoomer

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Doomkid

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Dehacked editing never gets old! I love WahckEd, but this is where it all started

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Best utility ever! 5/5

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Without the legendary Dehacked the community woudn't be what it is today. -Captain Napalm

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It had its use but nowadays there is no reason to use it anymore. Some historical interest is all it can still claim to have.

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It never find DOOM2BAK.EXE! And I've checked my conf file!

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The greatest dehacked

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