Doom engines closely-compatible with Vanilla Doom
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Chocolate Doom aims to accurately reproduce the original DOS version of Doom and other games based on the Doom engine in a form that can be run on modern computers. Unlike most modern Doom engines, Chocolate Doom is not derived from the Boom source port and does not inherit its features (or bugs).

This package contains: * Chocolate Doom, a port of Id Software's "Doom" (1993) * Chocolate Heretic, a port of Raven Software's "Heretic" (1994) * Chocolate Hexen, a port of Raven Software's "Hexen" (1995) * Chocolate Strife, a recreation of Rogue Entertainment's "Strife" (1996)

These games are designed to behave as similar to the original DOS version as is possible.

Chocolate Doom supports all flavors of Doom, including The Ultimate Doom, Doom 2 and Final Doom as well as Chex(R) Quest, HacX, Freedoom: Phase 1 and Phase 2 and FreeDM.

All Chocolate game engines require game data to play. For Chocolate Doom, free game data is available in the freedoom package. Commercial game data for all four engines can be packaged using "game-data-packager".
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crimsonmane 4 years ago

Was a huge Doom fan back in the day. Installed this plus freedm, like it says. Weapons all over the place, no monsters to shoot. No keys to open doors. Played for 5 minutes, then uninstalled. Graphics are crap.

HeartDruid1 5 years ago

Works great, perfectly compatible with all versions of DOOM, DOOM2 and Chex Quest. Definitely a must have for Doom fans running Linux and can't use other source ports due to hardware limitations

brettd43 7 years ago

This is exactly how I remember it. Even today, not much comes close to Doom. Absolutely brilliant!

mrinfec 9 years ago

:D es un clasico recomendado para pasar un el rato

quake0 9 years ago

Great Vanilla doom engine!