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BlooM brings together the classics Doom and Blood

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Another quality mashup here, with BlooM merging together elements from both Doom and Blood into something quite different. The team behind it recently put up a fresh demo while they work on the full release which includes new maps, enemies, music and more.

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Feature Highlight:

  • More than 30 kinds of the original monsters taken from blood/doom series!.
  • +22 new hybrid monsters between doom and blood
  • 20 weapons and guns of kimbo powerup!.
  • Added all blood's environment elements.
  • Added original Blood's textures and new ones.
  • Fight against hybrid monster with the classic iwad maps or your custom maps.
  • New whole episode (8 maps).
  • BlooM adds traps and random events in original/classic maps.

It has pretty wide compatibility too with Doom II, Ultimate Doom, Final Doom, SIGIL and probably quite a few more can be played with it. Easily one of the most interesting mod mashups I've seen all year, works well together too. Some really great work on the environments, once finished this could be a pretty incredible mod.

Check it out here on Mod DB and the ZDoom forum. As always, you need a Doom game engine to run it like GZDoom.

Hat tip to dpanter.

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Grim_reaper 11 November 2019 at 4:04 pm UTC
Nice!I played first doom with my friend and we had a computer with Intel 386SX processor! The size of the game screen was about 4 stamps. Quite small really. But we had fun and still sometimes I play it for the memory of good times. Of course with big 28 inch monitor with big game screen! We really need more doom like games to wipe out the gloom in these autumn nights. Maybe I try this one.
Zuul 11 November 2019 at 5:55 pm UTC
Dood would be more accurate
Luke_Nukem 12 November 2019 at 12:56 am UTC
DOOOOD! Looks interesting.
razing32 3 years 14 November 2019 at 7:11 pm UTC
ZuulDood would be more accurate

you mean , DOOT .....

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