Anybody is still interested in updates?
  • Yes, please
  • No, thanks
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Dmitry V. Rutsky 2008-01-04 02:10:51
There is another relatively good port for doom-engine based games (Doom 1/2, Heretic, Hexen, ...),rn , I played Doom 1/2 through several times with it. It has almost full set of (crude frame-animated) models, high-res textures, and somewhat buggy graphics engine.
moroz1999 2008-01-10 20:14:10
Thanks, I've been just planning to write about this port next; this seems to be one of the major source modifications for Doom games.
PhAyzoN 2008-01-07 04:19:53
ZDoomGL is very VERY out of date, GZDoom is the far-superior OpenGL port of ZDoom. Also, while you have ZDoomGL on the list you dont have the actual ZDoom!
moroz1999 2008-01-11 16:06:01
thank you, I've really forgotten about this one :) I would also appreciate any of the corrections and detailed information about the ports history and background.
Name 2010-07-18 10:09:58
Anon 2008-04-28 05:19:33
Don't forget Skulltag. Odamex is cool too, Both run great on Linux too :)
robocombot 2009-08-30 22:34:21
Try GZscoredoom ( Its GZDoom but with an added scoring system in the singleplayer game. It gets better: get the scoredoom addon for LOADs of new enemy types.
LigH 2011-03-02 10:27:49
IMHO better than the original - a fork from jDoom (Doomsday): Risen3D; currently available is version 2.2.09 at
Eon Flux 2011-07-16 18:16:43
I do think that Skulltag ( is missing. It's not just a new engine, it provides many new game experiences. New single and mutliplayer challanges, with an active community and resent updates.
Rhuhuhu 2012-10-20 14:33:29
The newest source port for multiplayer and advanced features is definitely Zandronum:
duellist-x 2013-08-04 14:53:21
the list is missing ZDaemon. The most competitive doom port. This port had a full server of 50 players on one of their weekly events just a few weeks ago. That's almost unbelievable, yet it's not on this list?
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