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'''Daniel Gimmer''' (also known as '''Tormentor667''') is a German level designer, best known for his [[ZDoom]]-based projects, and also being the founder and maintainer of [[Realm 667]], a popular resource site.
 
'''Daniel Gimmer''' (also known as '''Tormentor667''') is a German level designer, best known for his [[ZDoom]]-based projects, and also being the founder and maintainer of [[Realm 667]], a popular resource site.
  
His personal project [[Torment and Torture (series)|The Ultimate Torment & Torture]] won one of the [[Cacowards 2007|2007 Cacowards]]. Gimmer was also the project leader of various high profile ZDoom-based community projects such as [[Knee-Deep in ZDoom]], [[Stronghold: On the Edge of Chaos]], and the [[ZDoom Community Map Project: Take II]], all of which won both a main award and the Mordeth award at the [[Cacowards]] in the years 2007, 2010, and 2013 respectively. Since 2016, he is also well-known for [[Wolfenstein: Blade of Agony]], a standalone game for the [[GZDoom]] inspired by the [[Wolfenstein]] universe and the [WolfenDOOM (Doom)|WolfenDOOM]] series, of which the first episode received one of the [[Cacowards 2016|2016 Cacowards]].
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His personal project [[Torment and Torture (series)|The Ultimate Torment & Torture]] won one of the [[Cacowards 2007|2007 Cacowards]]. Gimmer was also the project leader of various high profile ZDoom-based community projects such as [[Knee-Deep in ZDoom]], [[Stronghold: On the Edge of Chaos]], and the [[ZDoom Community Map Project: Take II]], all of which won both a main award and the Mordeth award at the [[Cacowards]] in the years 2007, 2010, and 2013 respectively. Since 2016, he is also well-known for [[Wolfenstein: Blade of Agony]], a standalone game for the [[GZDoom]] inspired by the [[Wolfenstein]] universe and the [[WolfenDOOM (Doom)|WolfenDOOM]] series, of which the first episode received one of the [[Cacowards 2016|2016 Cacowards]].
  
 
Gimmer style is special effects driven, making liberal use of [[ZDoom]] advance features such as [[slopes]] and custom monsters, and often feature dramatic and cinematic enviroment design. His style is controversial; nevertheless, he is one of the most influential mappers of the 2000s and early 2010s, particularly in the ZDoom community.{{cite web|author=[[Not Jabba]]|title=Roots: The evolution of Doom level design|url= https://www.doomworld.com/25years/the-roots-of-doom-mapping/chapter06/
 
Gimmer style is special effects driven, making liberal use of [[ZDoom]] advance features such as [[slopes]] and custom monsters, and often feature dramatic and cinematic enviroment design. His style is controversial; nevertheless, he is one of the most influential mappers of the 2000s and early 2010s, particularly in the ZDoom community.{{cite web|author=[[Not Jabba]]|title=Roots: The evolution of Doom level design|url= https://www.doomworld.com/25years/the-roots-of-doom-mapping/chapter06/

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Daniel Gimmer (also known as Tormentor667) is a German level designer, best known for his ZDoom-based projects, and also being the founder and maintainer of Realm 667, a popular resource site.

His personal project The Ultimate Torment & Torture won one of the 2007 Cacowards. Gimmer was also the project leader of various high profile ZDoom-based community projects such as Knee-Deep in ZDoom, Stronghold: On the Edge of Chaos, and the ZDoom Community Map Project: Take II, all of which won both a main award and the Mordeth award at the Cacowards in the years 2007, 2010, and 2013 respectively. Since 2016, he is also well-known for Wolfenstein: Blade of Agony, a standalone game for the GZDoom inspired by the Wolfenstein universe and the WolfenDOOM series, of which the first episode received one of the 2016 Cacowards.

Gimmer style is special effects driven, making liberal use of ZDoom advance features such as slopes and custom monsters, and often feature dramatic and cinematic enviroment design. His style is controversial; nevertheless, he is one of the most influential mappers of the 2000s and early 2010s, particularly in the ZDoom community.[1]

On February 25 2021, he announced his retirement from the Doom community.[2]

Body of work

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2007

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2009

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2011

2012

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2016

2017

2021

  • Wolfenstein: Blade of Agony (Official website)
    • Project Lead, Concept Design, Plot Design, Graphic Design, SFX Design, Level Design

External links

References

  1. Not Jabba (10 December 2019). "Roots: The evolution of Doom level design." Doomworld.
  2. Gimmer, Daniel (Tormentor667) (25 February 2021). "Fat Reward & Ticket Home." Doomworld.