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Doom Triple Pack

rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - First Person

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Nov 22, 2008 | 12:53 AM EST
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Cockadoodledoo 10 Points Heretic: Turn an enemy into a chicken.
Find Some Meat 10 Points Doom: Get the chainsaw.
E1M9 25 Points Doom: Find the secret Military Base level.
The Graveyard 25 Points Heretic: Find the secret level.
Blasphemer 50 Points Heretic: Beat the first episode.
Master Cleric 50 Points Hexen: Beat the demo using the cleric.
Master Fighter 50 Points Hexen: Beat the demo using the fighter.
Master Mage 50 Points Hexen: Beat the demo using the mage.
Where's Episode 2? 50 Points Doom: Complete the first episode of Doom.

Author Comments

Doom, Heretic, and Hexen -- The demo version of three remarkable games are now playable in your browser!

If the game doesn't display, update your Flash Player here:

try clicking POP-UP to open the game in its own window.
This will especially help Safari Mac users!

Unfortunately, this game will NOT work on PowerPC Macs.

W, A, S, D - movement
Click screen + drag or LEFT/RIGHT ARROWS - turn
SPACE - fire
R - use door/switch
SHIFT - run
ESCAPE - menu
TAB - map
NUMBER KEYS - change weapon
[ and ] - cycle through inventory (Heretic/Hexen only)
ENTER - use inventory item (Heretic/Hexen only)
Q - Jump (Heretic/Hexen only)
You can also customize the keys in the Controls menu!

Note that the medals will NOT unlock if you use cheat codes.

11/29/14 - Support for full-screen and mouse-lock added in newer Flash Players!
05/09/09 - All the medals and savegames should be working!
05/07/09 - Massive update, bug fixes, Heretic + Hexen!
11/23/08 - Controls changed to avoid sticky keys.
11/22/08 - Much better sound playback, and minor speed improvements!

Sorry, no music. :(
Doom is copyright id Software. Thanks id!
Heretic and Hexen are copyright Raven Software. Thanks Raven!
Recompiled from the original sources by Mike, using Alchemy! Thanks Adobe! hnologies/alchemy/



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I can't play the game???


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

nice job

that was really awesome but very laggy

otherwise good game


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

i cant play it

it says i need shareware and to purchase the trilogy or somthing like that


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Very Good for Flash, but Doom Legacy is Better

Essentially, coding a 4 MB game down to 2.4 MB in Flash is a great achievement. Doom is just one of those legendary games. However, after playing through a bit, someone who knows Doom enough will be able to pick up the bugs and errors.

BUG: Sound Effects are too Fast
It's a very noticable bug, and although it makes the chaingun almost sound better than it once did, it's annoying everywhere else.

BUG: Controls are Clunky
Unlike in the original Doom, the controls aren't as responsive. They work well eoungh, but it feels like you're dragging something behind you, and your movement just isn't quite as effective as it should be. They remind me of the PlayStation version.

BUG: Automap
I once pressed Tab to access the Automap, as you do. However, Tab is also the magical highlight buttons in Flash key, and I couldn't exit the automap unless I saved my game and re-loaded it. Then I couldn't access the automap again. Please change the key.

FEATURE MISSING: Switch in Level 1
In the first room in the first level, there's a switch on one of the pillars before the stairs leading up to the green armour. This switch opens up a wall to the radioactive lake where the blue armour is. Although it's not greatly missed, it still should be there. I see you already know of this.

POSSIBLE IMPROVEMENT: Ditch 8 Bit / 256 Colours for High Bit Depths
Yeah, yeah, we all know that Doom used to run in 8 Bit, but those days are long gone. Doom Legacy, which is the best framework for Doom out there, as far as I know, allows you to display the game in up to 32 bit (not sure 'bout 64). I can certainly see the difference, especially in dark rooms, where 8 bit is almost shocking in comparison.

These are the bugs and things I noticed that you might not have in my playthrough of the first two levels. You nailed the enemy AI fantastically as well! A great achievement too! But, to be perfectly honest, you're competing against the likes of Doom Legacy in terms of the ultimate Doom experience. Go on, check it out. It has so many awesome features. For instantanious browser play for those who don't have a copy of the Shareware or full versions of Doom, this is a pretty solid effort. Well done for reviving a true classic of a game, that's still not exactly 3D!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Weird bugs

Okay, first off, this is a pretty amazing port. Kudos.
However there were a few bugs that kept coming up that kept me from giving this a higher score. The most annoying of which is a pause bug. For whatever reason, every time I start up Doom the game randomly pauses itself. The only thing I have observed that could explain this is that it seems to happen whenever the player strafes to the left, though it also appears to happen when the player drifts that way as a result of mouse movement or hitting a wall. I have literally tried every key on the keyboard, and nothing seems to get the game out of pause mode. It does, however, bring up all kinds of odd status messages, maps, option menus, and other screens (including, fortunately, the "new game" screen). I get the sense from reading the other reviews that this isn't a problem that pops up for everyone, but it might help if you added either instructions on how to unpause the game if this happens, or checked over the control code to see why this is happening.

Other than that though, this is an awesome job of porting these games to flash. While it runs it runs smoothly, and as far as I can see there is absolutely nothing lost except for the music and the ability to customize controls. Even though I wasn't able to play it for more than a minute every time I started it up, I still found myself coming back several times thinking "Well, maybe this time it'll work."