Doom II X-Treme


Doom II X-Treme
Title screen
Author Chuck Lai
Port Vanilla Doom
Year 1996
Link Doom Wad Station

Doom II X-Treme, D2 Extreme, or simply D2X, is a 32-level total conversion for Doom II released on August 12, 1996 by Chuck Lai. While weapon and monster tweaks were done by him, employing an extensive DeHackEd patch and updated graphics, the 32 levels were created by others with some being edits of official id Software and TeamTNT levels. X-Treme gives a larger HP pool for both monsters and the player, while boosting weapons to a whole new level. For example, the automatic shotgun's fire rate is much faster than the default chaingun.

X-Treme was followed by Doom 2 Extreme Gold in 1997.

Custom weapons[edit]

Dual sawed-off shotgun
  • Fists
  • Deathclaw
  • Pistols
  • Riot shotgun
  • Dual sawed-off shotgun
  • Highspeed chaingun
  • Electro-magnetic railgun
  • Flame thrower
  • Power Force Blaster

Custom monsters[edit]

  • Soldier - this replaces the zombieman. It has 60 hit points.
  • Chaingun Sargent - this replaces the heavy weapon dude. It has 1250 hit points.
  • IAL - this replaces the imp. It has 1250 hit points. It is shown on the TITLEPIC, resembling Glacius from the Rare fighting game Killer Instinct.
  • The spectre has 650 points, and can walk through walls, conversely the player can walk through them as well.
  • Comtar - The final boss replacement, who is seen on the TITLEPIC. In addition to spawning enemies, he also throws a volley of exploding fireballs. He has 20 million hit points, which makes defeating him near impossible without cheating in a source port.
  • Other monsters have their hit point values changed.

Other changes[edit]

  • The ammo limits for bullets, shotgun shells, and EM-Railgun Ammo (replacing rockets) have been changed to 450, 475, and 475 respectively.
  • The Power Force Blaster only uses 20 cells per shot.
  • The megasphere is now called a darksphere, and gives the player 300% health and 300% armor.
  • The armor and megaarmor set the player's armor to 200% and 300% respectively. The latter is now called X-Treme Armor.


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