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The DOOM Level CD Collection

"Doom WAD is the default format of package files for the video game Doom or its sequel Doom II, that contain sprites, levels, and game data. WAD stands for "Where's All the Data?" Immediately after its release in 1993, Doom attracted a sizeable following of players who created their own mods for WAD files—packages containing levels, graphics and other game data—and played a vital part in spawning the mod-making culture which is now commonplace for first-person shooters. Thousands of WADs have b...



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The DOOM Level CD Collection
Apr 24, 2022 Laser Magic
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Demon Gate is a notable series of commercial CD-ROMs released by  Laser Magic in 1995. All compilations in this series include WAD files for both Doom and Doom II. Includes a shell utility for selecting files from the CD-ROM. You can launch the game with them such as the freely available EasyWAD front end. These discs were retailed in major software outlets and supermarkets. Mostly gathered from online collections such as the IDGames archive. Source:  https://doomwiki.org/wiki/Demon_Gate  ...
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Topics: Demon Gate, Doom,Doom II, Mega Collection, wad, wads, easywad, megaez, idgames, Doom, Laser Magic
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German compilation of Doom add-ons and utilities.  Includes many individual WADs, editors, and graphics/sounds packs as well as full compilations that replace every level but that appear to have been put together from existing level WADs. A graphical browser that runs under Windows 3.1 or Windows 9x is provided and contains additional information.  Most of this information can be accessed in German, English, or French translations but some is provided in German only. The front label titles...
Topics: games, DOS, Windows 3.1, Doom, Doom 2, WADs, add-on, Doom levels, compilation CD, software
The DOOM Level CD Collection
- Leukart, Richard H. "Hank"
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A DOOM "insider's" book with the accompanying CD(-iso). Leukart was a well known community leader/pioneer when it came to early Doom[1] and what was (sometimes supposedly) going on under its hood. He's also the master mind behind the "Official Doom FAQ"(which even earned recognition by id), this CD and later moved on to become a TV producer.[2] [1] Those were the days... [2] source: 'doomwiki.org'
Topics: Vintage, Classic, Doom, Doom II, Hacking, Leukart, 1995
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- Laser Magic
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Magic & Mayhem for Heretic.  1500 new Heretic Levels!
Topics: video games, DOOM, first-person shooter, Heretic
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Unauthorized Doom & Doom II Wad Pack released by Laser Magic. Boasts over 600 Maps for Doom & Doom II. To Install: Type D:\DMGATE  [ENTER] at the DOS PROMPT(C:\>) (Change "D" if the drive letter of your CD-ROM is different)
Topics: Doom, Doom II, Laser Magic, Id Software
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Topics: video games, DOOM, first-person shooter
The DOOM Level CD Collection
- LUTZ SCHULZE
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Unofficial level pack for the DOOM game, published in 1994/1995 Readme.txt: CONTENTS Welcome to your biggest DOOM ever! This CD-ROM contains more than 650 all new Levels for DOOM, PLUS the majority of Editors, Patches, Menus and Shells, Cheats and other fun stuff, currently available as Shareware.   In the [LEVEL]-directory you'll find a lot of single PWADs, which will only replace one or two missions, whereas the [EPISODE]-directory contains only those BIG WADs, which will replace ALL 27...
Topics: DOOM, add-on, level pack, WADs, DOS, compilation CD, software, DOOM levels, DOOM
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- Laser Magic
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Topics: video games, DOOM, first-person shooter