Eternal Doom

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Eternal Doom is a 32-level megawad first released in 1996. Originally developed by a group known as Team Eternal, it was later acquired and worked on by TeamTNT. It features arguably some of the largest levels ever designed for vanilla Doom.

There have been three releases of the project, each one adding new levels. The third release, Eternal Doom III, also moved MAP15: Halls of Disarray to MAP32.

The soundtrack was composed by Rich Nagel on a Creative Wave Blaster and three Creative AWE32s.

Content[edit]

Levels[edit]

First episode:

Second episode:

Third episode:

Final episode:

Secret levels:

Bonus levels:

  1. Added in Eternal Doom II.
  2. Added in Eternal Doom III.
  3. Added in Eternal Doom II as MAP15, but moved to MAP32 in Eternal Doom III.
  4. Added in Eternal Doom II as MAP27, and later turned into a standalone bonus level for Eternal Doom III.

Soundtrack[edit]

First episode:

  • MAP01: "Searching!"
  • MAP02: "Death March Reprise"
  • MAP03: "Mission Possible"
  • MAP04: "Suspense!"
  • MAP05: "Eternal DOOM"
  • MAP06: "Mysterious"

Second episode:

  • MAP07: "Barabbas"
  • MAP08: "Spectres"
  • MAP09: "Hellspawn"
  • MAP10: "Suspense Reprise"
  • MAP11: "The Lost Souls"

Third episode:

  • MAP12: "Death March"
  • MAP13: "Instant Death!"
  • MAP14: "Fugue in A Minor"
  • MAP15: "DETH Bells"
  • MAP16: "Impending Death"
  • MAP17: "InDIAn Song"
  • MAP18: "Death Assured"
  • MAP19: "Psychopathic Evil"
  • MAP20: "Simple Death"

Final episode:

  • MAP21: "The Battle"
  • MAP22: "Death in D Minor"
  • MAP23: "Trooper Procession"
  • MAP24: "Hell's Bells"
  • MAP25: "Death Jam"
  • MAP26: "DOOMin'"
  • MAP27: "Barabbas Reprise"
  • MAP28: "War Cry"
  • MAP29: "Death Assured Reprise"
  • MAP30: "Death By The Sword"

Secret levels:

  • MAP31: "UAC 5-0"
  • MAP32: "Cacophage"

Bonus levels:

  • MAP33: "Cyber Hunt"
  • MAP34: "Eternal Medley"

 

  • Title screen: "Introduction To Death"
  • Intermission: "Intermission From Death"
  • Read message: "Intermission From Death II"

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