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Final DOOM

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Final_DOOM.cdr_.zip (17.55 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II, QEMU

Final DOOM is the last id Tech 1 Doom game. It includes two separate 32 level episodes: TNT: Evilution and The Plutonia Experiment.

Neither episode was made by Id Software themselves, but rather by two groups of individuals hired by Id; Team TNT (hence why Evilution has "TNT" in front of it and its IWAD is named 'TNT.wad') and the Casali brothers.

Gameplay in both is completely identical to Doom 2, right down to the level progression (i.e. 30 levels and two secret levels). Other than the new levels, the only new things over Doom 2 are new stories (both of which appear to directly follow on from Doom 2 rather than each other), some new textures and, in TNT's case a few new music tracks.

  — MobyGames.com

See also: Ultimate DOOM, DOOM II, Total Ruin, D!ZONE MAC, Demon Gate

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

68040, 68LC040 or PowerPC CPU
Mac OS 7.1 or above
Hard drive, 17.2 MB of free space
8 MB of RAM (12 MB recommended)
13" or larger monitor displaying 256 colors or grays; color PowerBook computers
Supports Mac-compatible joysticks
Single speed CD-ROM drive, double speed highly recommended.

To run this in Mac OS X, you'll need a modern source port of the Doom engine.
A list of various OS X compatible forks and ports can be found at Doomworld.

Comments

dr.zeissler's picture
by dr.zeissler - 2019, May 15 - 10:57pm

This "Brutal-Doom" and "Brutal-Wolfenstein" stuff does not work on ppc-mac, because there are no supported source-ports for tiger/ppc or am I wrong here?

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2015, January 28 - 1:47pm

@mrdav: No problem. [Edit] Will make a place for them tomorrow. Done; here & here.

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2015, January 28 - 12:48pm

@MikeTomTom:

Your post in 2011 on this page suggests that you took copies of D!Zone Mac 2000 and Demon Gate from MCP's archive before it disappeared. If so, then with an upload to the internal server, we can get rid of the dead External link above?

pvar's picture
by pvar - 2013, June 16 - 8:02pm

Just posted a Launcher for Doom Legacy in OSX:
http://macintoshgarden.org/games/doom-legacy-wad-launcher-0

schoolhacker's picture
by schoolhacker - 2010, February 15 - 9:35pm
5

oh... kk thx!

Attila's picture
by Attila - 2010, February 15 - 3:27pm

cdr.zip is just fine for real macintosh systems. http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/virtual-dvd-romcd-utility will mount almost any disk image on any system at least as far back as 7.1.1, and there are several versions of Toast on this site that will also do it. StuffIt opens .zip format as well as MacZip.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2010, February 14 - 7:14pm

Oops, Sorry.

If you want to mount a .cdr file while running native Mac OS 9 systems (as I've done for years in the past),
simply use Disk Copy 6.5.

OK? Wink

Edit:
Oops, the .zip format, which isn't very useable on such systems.. Sad

schoolhacker's picture
by schoolhacker - 2010, February 14 - 6:06pm

WHAT!?
why did you do that?

what if we are trying to run the game on a native system???

i have an actual PowerPC running system 8.6... so could you keep the original link as well plz!?
damn... since i lost my previous downloaded version by reformatting my comp... Sad

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2010, February 14 - 4:52pm

This is now a .cdr.zip download, after unzipping ready to be added to the emulator's drives list just before booting up the emulator.

why can't i save during game?

I believe the game simply doesn't offer that.

schoolhacker's picture
by schoolhacker - 2009, September 20 - 3:05am

why can't i save during game?