File:DoomPocketPCCD.jpg

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Summary[edit]

Photograph of the CD-ROM for the Pocket PC version of Doom developed by MachineWorks Northwest, LLC, and published by Simon & Schuster Interactive, Inc., in 2002. The CD-ROM must be used with a PC in concert with Microsoft's ActiveSync functionality in order to install the program to a connected MIPS-based Pocket PC device.

Part of the image series for Doom for Pocket PC
Releases International
Box art Doom PPC front.jpg
Box art reverse Doom PPC back.jpg
Media DoomPocketPCCD.jpg

Licensing[edit]

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