What if Doom was a platformer instead of a first person shooter? The answer is miniDoom 2, a fan game that pays homage to the Doom franchise by reimagining it as a 2d retro platformer. Learn what's new on this latest version. Click here if the download does not begin automatically.
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More than a sequel, miniDoom 2 is actually a remake of miniDoom 1 on steroids: Bigger, louder and more badass.
- 17 new levels and 2 new bosses for hours of fun (and frustration).
- 14 weapons spanning all Doom games and additional secret weapons.
- 40+ minutes of face-melting metal and spine-shivering ambient music, plus renditions of the classic “At Doom’s Gate” theme.
- Secrets, upgrades and mysterious artifacts to discover and unlock.
- Smooth and responsive controls that will make your skills the most important weapon to defeat the legions of hell.
- Colorful, funny and bloody artwork inspired on 80s and 90s games.
- 5 levels of difficulty and 4 game modes to fit every gamer, from the inexperienced rookie to the demon slaying hardcore gamer that has walked the planes for a million years.
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