Here's your weekly update of new DOOM-related WADs, found on CDROM.COM.
- Darkening Episode 2 by Various Authors - This is a re-release of a 24-level megawad launched earlier this year. Twelve deathmatch levels, and twelve multi-purpose levels. This WAD comes with a whole whack of new textures, as well as a bunch of new musical themes. If you haven't already downloaded this megawad, well, now is the time.
- The World Of Deth by Morten Stromsvold - Behold! A 32-level megawad for Doom 2. While the level design in this WAD is rather simple, with lots of emphasis on green stone, it isn't all that bad for 32 levels. Not very much in the way of eye candy, although each map is rather large. If you like WADs with lots of levels, then this is an okay pick.
- Grinder by Thomas Bringle - A single multi-purpose map for Doom 2. The level design isn't very complex, but does use the game's textures in a colorful way. Lots of monsters in this one. With room after room being wide open, with no doors, there's almost nowhere to hide in this map. For a level that doesn't care about eye-candy, this is one of the nicer-looking ones.
- Snake Doom by Miffe - Here's something different. A once-popular video game known by such titles as Snake, Serpent, and Crescent, has been ported to ZDoom! This 2-player game is meant to be used on one keyboard. One player controls the green snake, one player controls the blue snake. They both go after the red dot, and well, you'll figure it out from there. Very interesting!