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Title screen
Author Russell Pearson
Port ZDoom
Year 2004
Link Doomworld/idgames
This level occupies the map slot MAP01. For other maps which occupy this slot, see Category:MAP01.

Decade is a map designed by Russell Pearson and released in 2004. It requires a ZDoom-compatible port. It uses the music track "Sinister" by Robert Prince. There is no par time.

The level was constructed as a homage to celebrate that 2004 was Doom's tenth year. It is a "new school" map (using detailed architecture, ACS and other port features) constructed to be evocative of iconic areas from both Doom and Doom II.

It is built for single player only: there are no cooperative or deathmatch player starts. The level received one of the 11th Annual Cacowards at Doomworld.


Map of Decade
Letters in italics refer to marked spots on the map. Sector numbers in boldface are secrets which count toward the end-of-level tally.


Other points of interest


  1. (sector 505)
  2. (sector 506)
  3. (sector 512)
  4. (sector 515)
  5. (sector 518)
  6. (sector 686)
  7. (sector 1013)
  8. (sector 1221)
  9. (sector 1259)
  10. (sector 1958)
  11. (sector 2026)


Demo files

Areas / screenshots


Routes and tricks


Map data

Things 1703
Vertices 11827*
Linedefs 10768
Sidedefs 17595
Sectors 2153
* The vertex count without the effect of node building is 8934.


This level contains the following numbers of things per skill level:

Technical information

Inspiration and development

The areas that are imitated in Decade are taken from E1M1: Hangar, E1M3: Toxin Refinery, E2M1: Deimos Anomaly, E3M1: Hell Keep, MAP01: Entryway, MAP03: The Gantlet, MAP07: Dead Simple, and MAP10: Refueling Base.


See also


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