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Author Tomás Soares
Port Boom-compatible
Year 2018
Link Doomworld/idgames
Cacoward-2018.png This mod was a runner-up for the 2018 Cacowards on Doomworld!

Exomoon (also known as Moonblood X) is a twenty-four level Doom II megawad for Boom-compatible source ports created by Tomás Soares (Deadwing). It is a sequel to Moonblood. Maps take inspiration for the style of its predecessor as well as that of the early levels from Back to Saturn X, Scythe and Mano Laikas. The mapset was released on the Doomworld forums on August 1st, 2018 and uploaded to the idgames archive on November 8th. It received a sequel titled Ozonia in 2021.

Exomoon was a runner-up at the 2018 Cacowards. In 2023, Exomoon was also included in Doomworld's Doot Eternal music feature for Doom's 30th anniversary.


Humanity has been finally able to reach a new planetary system through the tele-portation device!

However, recent reports show that many Union Aerospace members have been missing in the successive missions to the foreign lands! Even now, it is still unknown what lies on the other side of the teleports...

As an emergency measure, the authorities activated red alert for further investigations, sending the marines for the deadly expedition!


Custom monsters[edit]

Blood demon
A blood red variant of the demon, which it replaces.
Replaces the cacodemon.
A flying boss monster that fires cyberdemon rockets and drops various spheres. Replaces the baron of Hell.
A black and orange-flamed variant of the lost soul, which it replaces.
Flying spiderdemon
A flying variant of the spiderdemon, which it replaces, that fires cyberdemon rockets.
A large boss monster resembling the Mother Demon from Doom 64 that fires mancubus fireballs and revenant missiles. Replaces the Wolfenstein SS and the level ends upon this monster's death.
Mancubus sphere
A small, indestructible sphere that fires mancubus fireballs. Replaces Commander Keen.
Missile sphere
A small, indestructible sphere that fires revenant missiles. Replaces helper dog.

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