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By Mathew R. Ignash (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Last updated on September 13, 2002.
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- Unix -
: id Software, 1994 -
Ported to Amiga by
- Georg Steger, 1998
- A 68020 CPU, 2mb of fast RAM, AGA chip set or a CyberGFX compatable video card, Workbench 3.0, about 16mb of free hard drive space and the doom2.wad file.
- A high speed 68030 CPU or better and 8mb of fast RAM.
System Friendlyness Scale
About The Game:
: The sequal to the famous game Doom, Doom II arrived at the same time on the Amiga as the original. Both games basically use the same engine, but different data files. Doom II requires more hard drive space then the original, but it is worth it to have both running on your system. Thanks to command line options in DoomAttack you can even have both in the same drawer, and merely specify which one you wish to play. Many of the add-ons only work with Doom or Doom II, so if you want to play the multitude of .WAD files for Doom on your system, I recomend having both. Right now I use an Amiga Doom engine called DoomAttack by Georg Steger. By merely installing his executable, support files, prefs program and a rather large datafile from the MS-DOS version of Doom II, I get a very professional Doom II on my Amiga 1200.
: The Acorn port of Doom gets 75%.
: The MS-DOS version of Doom II gets an 8.5 out of 10.
PC Game Review
: Various submitted reviews of Doom II.
: Doom for the Playstation got a 7.0, and includes all the levels of Ultimate Doom and Doom II.
Amiga Doom Webring -
Aminet files -
Doomworld FTP site -
Golden Amiga Games Encyclopedia -
Meccaworld's Doom II page -
Yahoo's Doom link page -