|Developer(s)||Julia Nechaevskaya, Leonid Murin (Dasperal)|
|Initial release||1.0 (2016-09-16, 7 years ago)|
|Latest release||7.1 (2023-09-16, 6 days ago)|
|License||GNU General Public License v2+|
International Doom is a small, functional and simple source port, created with help, efforts and bits of code from people around the world. Initially it was started in 2016 as translation-only project, but further development was inspired by Crispy Doom and Doom Retro source ports (and continued with extensive support from their authors - Fabian Greffrath and Brad Harding).
- Optional True Color render.
- Original, double and quad rendering resolution.
- Uncapped framerate.
- Additional, darker gamma-correction levels.
- Support for OPL2, OPL3, MIDI, Fluidsynth and GUS music playback.
- In-game keyboard and mouse bindings.
- Various visual, audible, physical and demo enhancements.
- Compatibility with vanilla-engine demos.
- Removed limitations of vanilla engine.
- Support for nodes in extended format (ZDBSP and DeePBSP).
- Support for BEX/DEHEXTRA DeHackEd extensions.
Gameplay features from "Physical" and "Compatibility-breaking" sections are putting changes in game mechanics, making it no longer 100% original. However, these features are optional and never active in multiplayer and demo recording/playing to provide maximum compatibility and prevent desyncs.
Support for BOOM/MBF/MBF21 is not implemented.
The following games are supported:
- Doom shareware, registered, The Ultimate Doom
- Doom II
- Final Doom
- Freedoom (Phase 1 and 2, FreeDM)
- International Doom 7.1 (released: September 16, 2023)
Windows version is compatible with Windows 7/8.1/10/11 (32-bit binaries compatible with both x86 and x64 editions).
Starting from version 7.0 support for DOS version, Heretic and Hexen, as well as translation has been dropped, but these games are still available in separated repository.
- Nechaevskaya, Julia (26 February 2022). "I have released an update for all three games and changed port's name to «International». Project's GitHub address changed as well to:... Thanks, and be at Peace. #StopWar." Twitter. Retrieved 3 March 2022.
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