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Shrine, a total conversion of Doom II has you slaying Eldritch abominations

By Liam Dawe,
Regular readers will know by now that I love a good first-person shooter, I also keep an eye on fun mods and entire conversions of Doom. Shrine is another recent discovery, sending you into the Eldritch depths of hell.

The Level Editor and Steam Workshop support for the crazy Streets of Rogue is now live

By Liam Dawe,
Streets of Rogue, my personal pick for 2019 just expanded with a new update now out. This makes the Level Editor and Steam Workshop support fully live for everyone.

Developer of Brutal Doom reveals new project: VietDoom; alpha 0.1 already available

By Sunburst,
Last August, the developer responsible for the excellent mod Brutal Doom, revealed after a month of absence that he was working on a new project called VietDoom, which takes place during Vietnam War.

Add over 600 items to Dicey Dungeons with the great More Fluff mod

By Liam Dawe,
Dicey Dungeons already has a lot of items, some of them quite amusing but how about 600 more to give your run just that extra bit of variation? Enter the More Fluff mod.

BlooM brings together the classics Doom and Blood

By Liam Dawe,
Another quality mashup here, with BlooM merging together elements from both Doom and Blood into something quite different.

BorderDoom adds a little Borderlands flavour to classic Doom

By Liam Dawe,
Always on the lookout for the new and interesting, BorderDoom came across the GOL news-desk recently adding a little Borderlands flavour to Doom.

Extreme biking game 'Descenders' adds mod.io integration and a funny Wipeout inspired map

By Liam Dawe,
Get ready for a few more cuts and bruises as RageSquid and No More Robots just gave Descenders the biggest update yet. Modding support is now in using mod.io along with a massive new map.

Doom 4 Vanilla is the latest crazy Doom game pack inspired by 2016's DOOM

By Liam Dawe,
This is quite amazing. I never grow tired of seeing what people in the Doom modding community are able to achieve.

Screaming Steel: 1914-1918, a WWI total conversion for Day of Infamy has a major update

By Liam Dawe,
If you're after your next FPS fix, perhaps the Screaming Steel: 1914-1918 mod for Day of Infamy might be worth a look.

The aquatic theme park management sim "Megaquarium" now has modding support

By Liam Dawe,
Megaquarium is a pretty sweet game, especially for those of you who love aquatic life. Megaquarium just got a lovely update too, adding in some proper modding support.

An in-depth review of John Romero's SIGIL's single player levels, the unofficial fifth episode of the original Doom

By Sunburst,
Contributor Sunburst gives their thoughts on SIGIL, the free DOOM Megawad from Romero Games. Article contains some minor spoilers.

SIGIL, the free Doom "Megawad" from Romero Games is out now

By Liam Dawe,
Romero Games have now released the big free content pack for classic Doom, which can be run on Linux quite easily.

mod.io, the cross-platform mod API for games has launched a Unity plugin

By Liam Dawe,
mod.io, the cross-platform Steam Workshop-like service that's independent of any store just today officially launched a very useful sounding plugin for the Unity game engine.

Surviving Mars gains official modding support outside of Steam

By Liam Dawe,
For those players who picked up Surviving Mars outside of Steam through stores like GOG or the Paradox Store (to use in the Paradox Launcher), you can now add in some mods.

John Romero has announced a free unofficial spiritual successor to The Ultimate DOOM's 4th episode

By Liam Dawe,
John Romero, one of the co-founders of id Software has revealed he's been working on SIGIL, a free megawad for the original 1993 DOOM.
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