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This page lists the known commercial games and expansion packs using or based on the Doom engine or the assets of the original Doom games, those recreating the Doom concept, and those otherwise technically related to any such games. See Doom clones and Fan-made Doom games for imitations and spoofs, and sales for information about how much money the games have made.

Doom is one of the most widely ported computer games: starting with the original DOS version, it has since been released officially for 10 computer operating systems and 12 different video game consoles (with unofficial source ports available for many others).

Some of the ports are replications of the DOS version, while others differ considerably. Differences include modifications to creature designs and game levels, while a number of ports offer levels that are not included in the original version (most notably the Sony PlayStation version, which incorporates Doom II monsters and other elements into levels based on the original Doom and The Ultimate Doom).

Finally, note that some games are often believed to use the Doom engine when in fact they did not. For example, Amulets & Armor borrowed the map format to take advantage of existing level editors, but analysis of the engine used in Amulets & Armor revealed that it was not derived from the Doom engine.

Doom series

Original PC series

Compilation packs

Operating system ports

Console versions

Mobile device versions

Later games

Other games

Other games using the Doom engine

Compilation packs

Operating system ports

Console versions

Other console games

Other games using the Doom 3 engine (id Tech 4)

Other games using the Doom RPG engine

Unofficial games and expansion packs

Doom and Doom II

  • 1001 Nights of Doom (1995; Wicked Sensations) - 1,000 levels for Doom, Doom II, and Wolfenstein 3D[1]
  • 4-Ever Doomed (1994; Cypress Software) - 1,200 levels[2]
  • Boom Power Pack series[3]
    • Boom Power Pack
    • Boom Power Pack Limited Edition
    • Boom 2 Power Pack
    • Boom 3 Classic Power Pack
  • Chex Quest 3 (by one of the designers of the original Chex Quest)
  • Cobra Doom Utilities
  • Cobra Doom II Episodes Volume I & II
  • Cobra Utilities for Doom & Doom II - Over 1,100 levels for Doom and over 100 levels for Doom II
  • D-1000[3]
  • D!ZONE series (WizardWorks)
    • D!Zone,[4] D!Zone 150,[5] D!Zone 2,[6] D!Zone 2 150,[7] D!Zone 3,[8] D!Zone Gold,[9] D!Match,[10] and D!Zone Collector's Edition
  • Deathday Collection (1995; Microforum International)[11]
  • Death Match for Doom I & II - 1,300 levels[3]
  • Death Match 2 for Doom II (Simitar Software) - 900 levels[12]
  • Death Match: The Ultimate Game Player's Kit - 7,000 levels for Doom, Doom II, and The Ultimate Doom[3]
  • Demon Gate series (1995; Laser Magic)
    • The PC version of Demon Gate had 666 levels for Doom and Doom II;[13] the Mac version of Demon Gate had 600 levels for Doom II[3]
    • Demon Gate Mega Collection had 6,000 levels for Doom, Doom II, and The Ultimate Doom[14]
  • DM2-Magic (Microboss Germany)[3]
  • DM2-Supermagic[3]
  • Doomania - 2,600 levels for Doom and Doom II[3]
  • DoomWare Developers Network CD - Occurrence I (CyTech Codehouse)[15]
  • Doom + Accessories (Tech Express) - 500 levels[16]
  • Doom 1 & 2 Add-On Levels
  • Doom I/II Collection (SoftKey)
  • Doom II Explosion
  • Doom II Extras
  • Doom Companion Edition (1994; Laser Magic)[17]
  • Doom Construction Kit
    • Book version came with 30 levels
  • Doom Developers Kit Vol. 1[18]
  • Doom Extras (Software Solutions)
  • Doom Fever (1994; Maple Media, Inc.) - 500 levels for Doom II[3]
  • Doom Heaven for Doom I (1995; Most Significant Bits) - 2,500 levels
  • Doom Heaven II for Doom II (Most Significant Bits) - 2,500 levels[19]
  • Doom Mania!!! (1994; Tech Express Software) - 525 levels[20]
  • Doom II Mania!!! Vol. 1 (1994; Tech Express Software) - 432 levels[20]
  • Doom Over Load[21]
  • Hacx: Twitch 'n Kill (1997; Banjo Software)
  • Hell to Pay (1996; Wraith Corporation)
  • Instant Doom Levels[22]
  • Maximum Death for Doom II - 2,400 levels[3]
  • Megadoom Add-on CD-ROM[3]
  • MegaDoom Adventures (1994; Pacific Media WorX) - 600 levels for Doom
  • MegaDoom II (1995; Pacific Media WorX) - 1,500 levels for Doom, Doom II, and Heretic[3]
  • Perdition's Gate (1996; Wraith Corporation)
  • The Complete DOOM Accessory Pack (Modern Microware)[23][24][25] - Had four volumes
    • The Complete DOOM Accessory Pack (1994) - 150 levels for Doom
    • The Complete DOOM Accessory Pack Volume II (1994) - 600 levels for Doom
    • The Complete DOOM Accessory Pack Volume III (1994) - 150 levels for Doom and 500 levels for Doom II
    • The Complete DOOM Accessory Pack Volume IV (1995) - 500 levels for Doom and 1,800 levels for Doom II
  • The Doom Game Editor (Joe Pantuso)
  • The Doom Hacker's Guide (Richard H. "Hank" Leukart, III)[26]
  • The Lost Episodes of Doom (Christen David "Chris" Klie, Robert Kiana "Bob" Carter, Jonathan Mao Mendoza)
  • The Ultimate Add On Collection for Doom/Doom II (1995; SoftKey)[27]
  • Toolkit for Doom Version 1[3]
  • Toolkit for Doom Versions 1 & 2[3]
  • Total Ruin (Pacific Media WorX)[28]
  • Total Ruin II (Pacific Media WorX)
  • Wads of Wads

Heretic and Hexen

  • H!ZONE (1996; WizardWorks) - 12 episodes for Heretic plus over 250 additional levels for Hexen and Heretic
  • Heresies Developers' Network CD - Occurrence III (CyTech Codehouse)[29]
  • Magic & Mayhem for Heretic (1995; Laser Magic) - 1,599 levels[30]
  • Maximum Death for Heretic (Head Games) - 1,600 levels[31]

Multiple titles

  • Tricks of the Doom Gurus[32] (1995; Sams Publishing, sometimes titled Tricks of the Doom Programming Gurus) - 1,000 levels for Doom, Doom II, and Heretic
    • The second edition was known as 3D Game Alchemy[33] by Sams Publishing in 1996 (Also packaged as Level Master II in 1996 by Macmillan Digital Publishing USA); both contained 2,400 levels for Doom, Doom II, Heretic, and Hexen

Other products with significant Doom content

  • Arcade Explosion - Had levels for Heretic, among other games[34]
  • Best of MEGA Edition (German) - Had levels for Hexen, among other games[34]
  • Beyond the Meltdown (Actura Software) - An expansion pack for Duke Nukem 3D, included 72 WADs for Heretic[35]
  • CD Power Play May/June 1995 issue CD - Had 590 combined levels for Doom, Doom II, and Heretic[34]
  • Game Cheat Gallery - Contained levels for Doom, Doom II, and Wolfenstein 3D[34]
  • Games Chameleon (A & W Software) - Had 1,270 combined levels for Doom, Doom II, and Heretic[34]
  • Krieger des Grauens (German) - Levels for Doom, Doom II, and Star Wars: Dark Forces[34]
  • Levelmania - Over 3,000 combined levels for various games, mostly Doom, Doom II, and Heretic[34]
  • Level-ROM (German) - Levels for Doom, Doom II, Heretic, and various other games[34]
  • Mega Blood (German) - Levels for Hexen and other games[34]
  • Mega WAD (German) - Had three volumes; the first volume had add-ons for Doom, Doom II, and Heretic[34]
  • PC Zone April 1995 issue CD - Had 1,000 WADs for Doom and Heretic
  • Power Duke - Duke Nukem 3D expansion pack, but also had levels for Doom and Doom II[34]
  • Quake'em (German) - Quake expansion pack, but also had levels for Doom and Doom II[34]
  • Supercharged Xpansion - 500 levels for Doom, Doom II, and Hexen[34]
  • Superdead (German) - Add-ons for Doom and other games[34]
  • Supergames Vol. 1 - Add-ons for Doom and other games[34]
  • The Q Files (German) - Quake expansion pack, but also had levels for Doom and Doom II[34]
  • The Toom Parade (German) - Add-ons for Doom and other games[34]
  • Time of Reckoning (German) - Add-ons for Doom, Quake, and Duke Nukem 3D[34]
  • Ultimate Add-ons - 2,500 levels for Doom, Doom II, Heretic, and other games[34]
  • Violence in 3D - Included levels for Doom, Doom II, and Heretic[34]
  • Violence Vol. 2 - Included levels for Doom, Doom II, and Hexen[34]
  • Virtual Reality - 100 levels for Doom and Doom II[3]

Non-digital games

See also

References

  1. http://archive.org/details/cdrom-1001-nights-doom
  2. http://archive.org/details/cdrom-4everdoomed
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 http://www.addoncollector.spielepedia.de/doomde.html
  4. http://www.mobygames.com/game/dzone
  5. http://www.mobygames.com/game/dzone-150
  6. http://www.mobygames.com/game/dzone-2
  7. http://www.mobygames.com/game/dzone2-150
  8. http://www.mobygames.com/game/dzone-3
  9. http://www.mobygames.com/game/dzone-gold
  10. http://www.mobygames.com/game/dmatch
  11. http://www.mobygames.com/game/deathday-collection
  12. http://www.amazon.com/DeathMatch-2-Doom-II-PC/dp/B0013CORZI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=software&qid=1273522308&sr=8-2
  13. http://www.mobygames.com/game/demon-gate-666-new-levels-for-doom-and-doom-ii
  14. http://www.amazon.com/Demon-Gate-Mega-Collection-PC/dp/B000RJXDJE
  15. http://archive.org/details/cdrom-doomware-occurrence1
  16. http://archive.org/details/cdrom-doom-accessories
  17. http://www.gadzookssoftware.com/software_vo_games/T-CD0284_doom-companion_computer-games.htm
  18. http://www.krans.com/ArtDetail.cfm?ArtCode=13211&CatCode=SWGA&ShowArtikelsStartRow=1
  19. http://archive.org/details/cdrom-doom-heaven-2
  20. 20.0 20.1 http://web.archive.org/web/20030810032921/www.techexpress.com/prod01.htm
  21. http://www.webcitation.org/6AQtet4IE
  22. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Instant-Doom-Levels-CD-Rom-Sams/dp/0672310031
  23. http://archive.org/details/cdrom-completedoomaccessory1
  24. http://archive.org/details/cdrom-completedoomaccessory3
  25. http://archive.org/details/cdrom-completedoomaccessory4
  26. http://www.amazon.com/Doom-Hackers-Guide-Hank-Leukart/dp/1558284281
  27. https://archive.org/details/TheUltimateAddOnCollectionForDoomDoomIi
  28. http://archive.org/details/cdrom-totalruin
  29. http://www.allgame.com/game.php?id=16940&tab=review
  30. http://www.mobygames.com/game/magic-mayhem-for-heretic
  31. "Maximum Death" for Heretic at Doomworld forums
  32. http://web.archive.org/web/20100920204221/http://the-stable.lancs.ac.uk/~esasb1/doom/dpg
  33. http://web.archive.org/web/20100920204223/http://the-stable.lancs.ac.uk/~esasb1/doom/dpg2/
  34. 34.00 34.01 34.02 34.03 34.04 34.05 34.06 34.07 34.08 34.09 34.10 34.11 34.12 34.13 34.14 34.15 34.16 34.17 34.18 34.19 34.20 http://www.addoncollector.spielepedia.de/multide.html (German)
  35. http://www.mobygames.com/game/beyond-the-meltdown

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