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Did you know that the level names in Thy Flesh Consumed, the final episode that was introduced in The Ultimate Doom, are all taken from passages in the King James Version of the Bible?

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Doom/Master is a frontend for Doom (officially supporting registered versions 1.2 through 1.6 as of the final v3.0 release) developed by Simply Silly Software programmer Joe Wilcox (Sillysoft) in 1994. It is particularly notable for becoming a basis for the D! frontend, an initially identical product which was licensed by WizardWorks for inclusion with most versions of the D!ZONE commercial compilation series.
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