Introducing the Master Levels for DOOM II. Twenty never-before-seen levels all with the same acid drenched, hell spawned horror of the originals. Each was created by independent designers and supervised by the demented minds of id Software. You might as well forget about seeing the light of day ever again.
User reviews: Very Positive (71 reviews)
Release Date: Jun 1, 1995

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Includes 4 items: Ultimate Doom, Final DOOM, DOOM II, Master Levels for Doom II

 

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Introducing the Master Levels for DOOM II. Twenty never-before-seen levels all with the same acid drenched, hell spawned horror of the originals. Each was created by independent designers and supervised by the demented minds of id Software. You might as well forget about seeing the light of day ever again.

System Requirements

    Minimum: A 100% Windows XP/Vista-compatible computer system
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
I LOVE IT! Its a oldie but a goodie it has awesome gameplay and is very retro pixelated. it is really challenging and has a lot of fun. well worth it 9/10
Posted: June 20
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.3 hrs on record
These levels are hard, brutal and unforgiving. I like it.
Posted: July 8
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.9 hrs on record
This expansion for Doom II is only available through Doom Classic Complete, which I highly recommend. The Doom series was a popular series in the 90s and has had another game recently: Doom II. The expansion pack consists of 20 "WADs", with one WAD containing a secret level [the first screenshot on the store page]. Think of this as a bonus, as steam has yet to sell this separately.

This game runs via the acclaimed emulator DOSBOX, and you will find a copy of the application in the Steam directory. You will be able to select WADs via the Doom-It interface, where you can select one of the 20 levels. The WADs are extremely well designed and my personal favourites are TEETH and MANOR. However, this game is certainly not for everyone.

Try the Doom I shareware on DOSGames using DOSBox before you make a purchase. If you don't like the limitations from the original DOS version, you can copy the WADs into a source port's directory [such as ZDoom and PrBoomPlus] and you can play it from there. They introduce new High Definition graphics and add jumping and aiming abilities.

I cannot give this a score as it is not identifiable as a standalone title; you will need Doom II to play this so that is why Steam doesn't sell it separately. Overall, this is a great modification for Doom II. If you want to use other mods on Doom 2, you will need to use this command on DOSBox Doom2.exe -file [Mod].wad.
Posted: May 17
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.6 hrs on record
look at all those levels



20/10
Posted: July 26
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
Awesome game, but if anyone else had texture issues with any of the doom games you just need to update the DOSbox included with the game.
Posted: July 20
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48 of 55 people (87%) found this review helpful
0.3 hrs on record
Doom is, hands down, one of the best first person shooter games ever made, if not THE best FPS in history. Whilst it has questionable graphics in comparrison to modern games, it was still way ahead of it's time, as was the Quake series and offers so much more than any of these crappy Call of Duty games do these days.
The entire Doom series was my childhood in a nutshell, I will never forget when my Dad first installed it and let us play when we were only little kids. We had so many hours of fun and so many different levels and difficulty settings to try and complete.

To sum it up, Doom, Doom II and Final Doom are some of the best games that were ever produced. Seriously, why WOULDN'T you want the whole Doom series?

10/10
Posted: November 27, 2013
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