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Did you know that in the original Doom games the speed of projectiles does not take the vertical dimension into account? For example, this causes monsters' fireballs to travel extremely fast when fired from above or below.

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Featured Article - October 2018

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Doom: The Board Game

Doom: The Board Game is an officially licensed table-top board game released by Fantasy Flight Games on July 28, 2016, adapting the themes and settings of Doom (2016). It is a game for two to five players (up to four marines and one invader) and typically lasts for two to three hours per game. It is suggested for players ages fourteen and up. It was designed by Jonathan Ying, and developed by Derrick Fuchs and Andrew Wyshock.
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