Freedoom a free FPS Games clone version of DOOM 2

Freedoom – a free FPS Games, clone version of DOOM

Freedoom is a free open source FPS Games and a clone version of DOOM

Released: 1993
Version: 0.9 (Stable)
License: GNU GPL
Developer : Freedom Project

This is a free open source first person shooter (FPS) under continuous development. The project distributes three IWAD files: the single-player campaigns named Freedoom: Phase 1 and Phase 2, and FreeDM, which contains a collection of deathmatch levels. The project presents itself as complementary to the free source code of the Doom engine released by id Software in 1997 under the GPL license. It allows custom levels and other customizations designed for Doom or Doom II (e.g. PWAD files) to be used with it.

The Freedoom project aims to create a complete free content game based on the Doom engine. Combined with the engine, It is also compatible with original game modifications (“mods”) made for Doom games, by Doom fans and artists over the decades. Freedoom is available in two versions, the first of which is a single-player focused game, split in two parts, each of which is compatible with different versions of the classic Doom franchise from id Software. The second is a multiplayer-focused experience for the popular “deathmatch” game mode.

Minimum System Requirements:
Processor: 66 MHz
Memory: 8 MB
Graphics: 32-bit video card
Hard Drive: 100 MB free space

Screenshots

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FreeDOOM Screenshot
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FreeDOOM Screenshot 2
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FreeDM Multiplayer

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