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The Doom Wiki is an extensive community effort to document everything related to id Software's masterpiece games Doom and Doom II, other games based on the Doom engine, Doom 3, Doom (2016), Doom Eternal, and more. We have created 10,720 articles to date.

This site is a wiki, so everyone is encouraged to create and edit articles. New contributors should read our FAQ first. If this is your first time using a wiki, be sure to check out the basic editing instructions as well. If you need additional help, or wish to discuss general aspects of this wiki, pay a visit to the Central Processing discussion board.

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Did you know that since version 1.5 vanilla Doom can play MIDI files directly, and converting them to MUS is therefore useless?

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The Abyss

DOOM The Abyss, also known as The Abyss, is a 24-map megawad released in September 1995 for Doom II by J.M.P van Waveren (MrElusive) and Miklos de Rijk (H2SO4). As of this writing, The Abyss is their only known Doom work. The majority of the maps are non-linear "dungeons" which rely on secret passageways and switch puzzles, and have multiple paths that the player can take to complete a level.
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