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The '''idgames archive''' (or ''/idgames archive'') is the largest online archive of levels, modifications, tools and other material for [[Doom engine]] games. The archive was founded in {{timeline|1994}} by Barry Bloom, and is currently hosted on the FTP site of [[gamers.org]], where it has been housed since {{timeline|2001}}. To alleviate bandwidth usage and ensure that data will not be lost, the archive is mirrored on various alternative FTP sites around the world which are recommended for downloads.
 
The '''idgames archive''' (or ''/idgames archive'') is the largest online archive of levels, modifications, tools and other material for [[Doom engine]] games. The archive was founded in {{timeline|1994}} by Barry Bloom, and is currently hosted on the FTP site of [[gamers.org]], where it has been housed since {{timeline|2001}}. To alleviate bandwidth usage and ensure that data will not be lost, the archive is mirrored on various alternative FTP sites around the world which are recommended for downloads.
  
The /idgames archive is one of three sister FTP archives for game add-ons, also including a [[Quake]] & Quake II engine archive (''/idgames2'') and an {{wp|Unreal (video game series)|Unreal}} archive (''/unreal''). Of the three, only the idgames archive accepts new uploads, while the other two are closed.
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The /idgames archive is one of three sister FTP archives for game add-ons, also including a [[Quake]] & Quake II engine archive (''/idgames2'') and an [[Wikipedia:Unreal|Unreal]] archive (''/unreal''). Of the three, only the idgames archive accepts new uploads, while the other two are closed.
  
 
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