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'''Icarus: Alien Vanguard''' is a 32-level megawad released on March 21, 1996 by TeamTNT. It was developed as the collective's first freeware release, after TNT: Evilution was picked up for publishing by id Software for what would become Final Doom. The first level sees the player commandeering a shuttle and flying it to the infested exploration cruiser, the ''Icarus''. From there, the player must fight through the ship, regions of the neighboring planet, and unsafe simulations to cleanse the demonic threat.
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'''Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil''' (sometimes abbreviated as '''RoE''') is an expansion pack for Doom 3 developed by Nerve Software and released on April 4, 2005. The expansion pack details a return to Mars by a UAC expedition to investigate a faint signal broadcast to an orbital probe from the abandoned Site 1 facility. Everything once again goes to Hell after the accidental discovery of a forbidden relic sealed away by the ancient Martian civilization.  
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Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil

Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil (sometimes abbreviated as RoE) is an expansion pack for Doom 3 developed by Nerve Software and released on April 4, 2005. The expansion pack details a return to Mars by a UAC expedition to investigate a faint signal broadcast to an orbital probe from the abandoned Site 1 facility. Everything once again goes to Hell after the accidental discovery of a forbidden relic sealed away by the ancient Martian civilization.
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