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  1. crazyflyingdonut

    How and/or when did you become a fan of Doom?

    I just want more followers... if you want to continue talking about my Twitter, try DM'ing me on Doomworld and I will tell you everything you need to know about my Twitter!
  2. crazyflyingdonut

    How and/or when did you become a fan of Doom?

    I've been repeatedly saying that I'm autistic for a while now. Problem is, nobody from Doomworld even bothers to care that I have a Twitter, which is where I spew out crap that I wouldn't dare spew out in Doomworld!
  3. crazyflyingdonut

    How and/or when did you become a fan of Doom?

    You can't expect an autistic to be able to tell the difference, especially after reading countless posts from ZDoom forums all about hostility.
  4. crazyflyingdonut

    How and/or when did you become a fan of Doom?

    Please calm down before I start to regret making this thread. I won't name names.
  5. crazyflyingdonut

    How and/or when did you become a fan of Doom?

    If anything, I'm the one who accidentally derailed it due to my insistence that people pay for Doom despite how old the game is.
  6. crazyflyingdonut

    How and/or when did you become a fan of Doom?

    Wait, when did you derail this thread?
  7. crazyflyingdonut

    How and/or when did you become a fan of Doom?

    Yes, they are each $5. Please, buy them and remove your illegal copies and all traces of them like I did. If you want to buy Doom, Doom 2, and Final Doom, you will be spending a grand total of $15. Plus, Final Doom actually comes with two IWAD's, The Plutonia Experiment and TNT: Evilution. So Final Doom is basically 2 for the price of 1. Also, please spread the message to other people who may have pirated Doom, and tell them to spread the message as well, and keep the cycle going. They are not very expensive to buy on Steam or GOG, and you won't end up in Hell for eternity with all of the other freeloaders if you buy them.
  8. crazyflyingdonut

    How and/or when did you become a fan of Doom?

    But... you paid for the game legally afterwards, right? Please tell me you bought the game legally at some point in time!
  9. crazyflyingdonut

    What Enemy Makes You Most Vocal?

    Arch-viles.
  10. Thankfully, I remember mine very well, but not as well as I wish I'd remember it, so there may be errors or inconsistencies in the story because my memory is terrible. It was around 2015-2016 and I was checking out "TheISOZone" (which no longer exists) to find some homebrew releases to play on my SEGA Dreamcast. At this point in time, I had heard of Doom, and the only thing I knew about it was that it was available on multiple platforms. I then noticed that there was a file that said "Doom" for the Dreamcast. I decided, "You know what? I'm gonna check out this "Doom" game and see what all the fuss is about." And... Oh boy, I'm glad I made that decision. NOTE: The file I downloaded seemed to have the mail-order version of Doom 1's IWAD on it, but... 1: I had no idea that a demo/shareware version existed until after I had finished my playthrough. 2: I decided that if I liked the game after finishing it, I would legally purchase the game somewhere else. (More on that later in this story) For me, the game was addicting and fun. I think about half-way through my playthrough, I realized why people liked it. Then came E3M8. I beat the Spider Mastermind. It was glorious for me. Shortly afterwards, I saw a DEAD BUNNY'S HEAD ON A STICK. And then, I saw the "THE END" text before it got shot multiple times. At that moment, I became a fan of Doom. also that image will be in my mind for the rest of my life After that, I looked up "Doom" on Google and found out that there were more games for me to play. Shortly afterwards, I decided to buy all of the classic Doom games legally on Steam. I then removed the "Doom" file I got from TheISOZone off my SD card, because at that point I had owned the game legally, and I did not need the one that came from TheISOZone. Now it's time for your story about how and/or when you became a Doom fan? Whether it be back in 1993 (before I was even born, in 2001) or if you first heard of the game recently, share your stories!
  11. Ironically, Edge does not have this issue. So I'm starting to think that I did something wrong.
  12. Definitely not it, because I use Firefox, and Firefox notifies me what percentage I am on whenever I make the page bigger or smaller (except at 100%, where the percentage won't appear at all).
  13. I feel like the text that appears on Google that shows the results has gotten bigger. I kept trying to look it up multiple times, nobody's reporting on it. Have you guys noticed it? Or is it just me?
  14. crazyflyingdonut

    Apparently, there won't be a new Duke Nukem game or movie.

    ... okey dokey
  15. crazyflyingdonut

    Apparently, there won't be a new Duke Nukem game or movie.

    3D Realms was worried that their newest game would be running on an engine that was considered to be "outdated". And since gaming engines were getting "outdated" on a regular basis, 3D Realms probably struggled with this. I think they realized that a lot of people didn't buy games like "Blood" simply because of the use of an "outdated" engine. In my opinion, I believe that once the source code to a software is released, that particular software will never be outdated for the rest of eternity.
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