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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:39pm 08/04/19 | 0 Comments
And by real we mean that the game becomes one long corridor that puts all of the enemies, weapons, pick-ups, and even doors in one long narrow passage. Without the maze-like level-design and secrets and rooms it becomes one long sprint to the finish. With just enough room to strafe incoming projectiles.

The mod, called Linear Doom, is described as "a jokewad which makes all classic Doom 1 levels straightened into one line". And it was released by modder DeXiaZ on April 1, 2019 - the day of internet pranks and jokes - its existence begins to make sense.

Check it out.

To download the mod, head to the Linear Doom Mod DB page here.


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