Doom (or DOOM) is a 1993 computer game made by id Software.
This designation represents the genre of first-person shooter. The use of 3D graphics and networked multiplayer gaming on a PC platform is widely recognized in this game. There was also support for players to create a different game environment (WAD).
Doom play soon became a role model for many other first-person games, which were made in the mid-1990s. Such games were also known as the so-called Doom clones. The graphics of this game and a lot of violence have made this game the subject of discussions that extend beyond the game world. Supposedly the Doom game was rated as an all-time game.
Doom was now not just a game but also a privilege, and was soon followed by numerous sequels such as Doom II: Hell on Earth (1994) and numerous expansions including The Ultimate Doom (1995), Masters Levels for Doom II (1995) .) and Final Doom (1996). Originally released for PC / DOS, these games were later rolled out to other platforms including eleven gaming consoles. The series that followed the original Doom have lost their reputation since Doom engine technology was surpassed in the 1990s. But nonetheless, Doom fans were still creating new WADs, speedruning, and modifying the source codes that were released in 1997. The game became popular again in 2004 after the release of Doom 3. The game is a redesigned original game that utilized modern crafting technology. Doom 3 is also closely related to the movie that was released in 2005 and is called Doom.