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[[Image:3do_doom_cover.jpg|thumb|Cover for the 3DO version of [[Doom]]]]
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[[Image:3DO_Doom.png|thumb|240px|A screenshot from the 3DO version of [[Doom]]]]
[[Image:3DOBoxBack.PNG|thumb|Cover for the 3DO version of [[Doom]]]]
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The '''[[Wikipedia:3DO Interactive Multiplayer|3DO]]''' version of [[Doom]] was published by Logicware and Art Data Interactive, and released in the US on April 26, 1996. The level set is similar to the [[Atari Jaguar]] version. This version is single player only.
[[Image:3DO_Doom.png|thumb|A screenshot from the 3DO version of [[Doom]]]]
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The '''[[Wikipedia:3DO Interactive Multiplayer|3DO]]''' version of [[Doom]] was published by Logicware and Art Data Interactive in 1995. The level set is similar to the [[Atari Jaguar]] version. This version is single player only.
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Many fans consider this one of the worst, if not the worst, of the Doom console ports. It runs in a small screen at a low frame rate. The game offers six screen sizes, the largest two only being available via a cheat.  The larger screen sizes suffer from a lower frame rate.
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Many fans consider this one of the worst, if not the worst, of the Doom console ports. It runs in a small screen at a low frame rate. The game offers six screen sizes, the largest two only being available via a cheat.  The largest screen sizes suffer from a frame rate so poor as to render the [[player]] sometimes uncontrollable.
  
Its updated soundtrack, which features remixed versions of the original [[music]], is considered its one redeeming feature.
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Its updated soundtrack, which features high-fidelity CD-quality remixes of the original [[music]], is considered its one redeeming feature.
  
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== Music ==
'''The complete soundtrack is as follows:'''
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The complete soundtrack is as follows:
 
{| {{prettytable}}
 
{| {{prettytable}}
!Song||PC Doom equivalent||Where it is used
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!Song||PC Doom equivalent||Where it is used!!File name
 
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|Demons on the prey||E1M7||Title screen, Credits, Menus, Map 7, Map 18
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|Demons on the prey||E1M7||Title screen, Credits, Menus, Map 7, Map 18||Song11
 
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|At Doom's Gate ||E1M1||Intermission, Map 1, Map 12
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|At Doom's Gate ||E1M1||Intermission, Map 1, Map 12||Song5
 
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|The Imp's Song||E1M2||Map 2, Map 13
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|The Imp's Song||E1M2||Map 2, Map 13||Song6
 
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|Dark Halls||E1M3||Map 3, Map 14
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|Dark Halls||E1M3||Map 3, Map 14||Song7
 
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|Kitchen Ace (And Taking Names)||E1M4||Map 4, Map 15
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|Kitchen Ace (And Taking Names)||E1M4||Map 4, Map 15||Song8
 
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|Suspense||E1M5||Map 5, Map 16
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|Suspense||E1M5||Map 5, Map 16||Song9
 
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|On The Hunt||E1M6||Map 6, Map 17, Map 22
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|On The Hunt||E1M6||Map 6, Map 17, Map 22||Song10
 
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|Sign Of Evil||E1M8||Map 8, Map 23, Victory screen, Casting
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|Sign Of Evil||E1M8||Map 8, Map 23, Victory screen, Casting||Song12
 
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|I Sawed The Demons||E2M1||Map 9, Map 19
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|I Sawed The Demons||E2M1||Map 9, Map 19||Song13
 
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== Gallery ==
'''Available screen sizes:'''
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<gallery>
{| {{prettytable}}
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3do_doom_cover.jpg|Front cover art
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3DOBoxBack.PNG|Back cover art
|[[Image:3do_doom_screen1.jpg|thumb|Screen size 1]]||[[Image:3do_doom_screen2.jpg|thumb|Screen size 2]]
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</gallery>
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== Screen sizes ==
|[[Image:3do_doom_screen3.jpg|thumb|Screen size 3]]||[[Image:3do_doom_screen4.jpg|thumb|Screen size 4]]
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Available screen sizes:
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<gallery widths="180px">
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3do_doom_screen1.jpg|Screen size 1
|[[Image:3do_doom_screen5.jpg|thumb|Screen size 5 (cheat only)]]||[[Image:3do_doom_screen6.jpg|thumb|Screen size 6 (cheat only)]]
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3do_doom_screen2.jpg|Screen size 2
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3do_doom_screen3.jpg|Screen size 3
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3do_doom_screen4.jpg|Screen size 4
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3do_doom_screen5.jpg|Screen size 5 (cheat only)
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3do_doom_screen6.jpg|Screen size 6 (cheat only)
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</gallery>
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Latest revision as of 16:31, 21 May 2014

A screenshot from the 3DO version of Doom

The 3DO version of Doom was published by Logicware and Art Data Interactive, and released in the US on April 26, 1996. The level set is similar to the Atari Jaguar version. This version is single player only.

Many fans consider this one of the worst, if not the worst, of the Doom console ports. It runs in a small screen at a low frame rate. The game offers six screen sizes, the largest two only being available via a cheat. The largest screen sizes suffer from a frame rate so poor as to render the player sometimes uncontrollable.

Its updated soundtrack, which features high-fidelity CD-quality remixes of the original music, is considered its one redeeming feature.

Music[edit]

The complete soundtrack is as follows:

Song PC Doom equivalent Where it is used File name
Demons on the prey E1M7 Title screen, Credits, Menus, Map 7, Map 18 Song11
At Doom's Gate E1M1 Intermission, Map 1, Map 12 Song5
The Imp's Song E1M2 Map 2, Map 13 Song6
Dark Halls E1M3 Map 3, Map 14 Song7
Kitchen Ace (And Taking Names) E1M4 Map 4, Map 15 Song8
Suspense E1M5 Map 5, Map 16 Song9
On The Hunt E1M6 Map 6, Map 17, Map 22 Song10
Sign Of Evil E1M8 Map 8, Map 23, Victory screen, Casting Song12
I Sawed The Demons E2M1 Map 9, Map 19 Song13
Donna To The Rescue E3M2 Map 10, Map 20
Untitled E3M1 Map 11, Map 21
Hiding The Secrets E1M9 Map 24 (Secret map)

Gallery[edit]

Screen sizes[edit]

Available screen sizes:

External links[edit]

Source code genealogy
Based on
Jaguar Doom
Doom for 3DO Closed source