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Apocalypse Then: Final Doom

Developers: id Software, TeamTNT, Casali brothers
Publishers: Activision, GT Interactive (DOS, Macintosh, Windows)
Atari, Midway, Softbank Corp.
Activision Blizzard/Valve Corporation (Steam), Williams
Engine: id Tech 1 (Doom)
Platforms: Linux, MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, PlayStation, Xbox 360 (XBLA)
Genres: First-person shooter

On this day in gaming, in 1996, Final Doom was released.

It was a collaboration of two 32 level episode Doom II modifications made by TeamTNT (TNT Evilution) and the Casali brothers, Dario and Milo (The Plutonia Experiment).

TNT Evilution was initially meant to be a free expansion for Doom II.

These add-ons were harder than any other Doom games, especially The Plutonia Experiment.

You can pick up Final Doom here if you want to play a classic.


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