If you’re having trouble finding something cool to play, then you should definitely try out Calavera Studio’s recently released Doom 2 clone. Dubbed MiniDoom, the two-parter promises the same trigger-frenzy action as the original game in addition to humorous cutscenes and epic boss battles.
Doom Clone Scheduled to Launch with Doom 4
According to Calavera Studio’s developers, MiniDoom was supposed to launch around the same date as big brother Doom 4, but the guys missed the scheduled due to financial issues. Once it was released the first MiniDoom was more of a flash game than a fully-fledged one, but the humorous cutscenes, rancid comments, and Metal Slug-interface made it enjoyable.
And now, the developers announced that a sequel has just been made available, and this time they aim to please. MiniDoom 2 has 17 new levels, 14 exotic arms, ranging from the classic chainsaw to the BFG, five difficulty levels, and four gameplay modes.
Since this is not an official ID Software game and more of a parody, the team has decided to include a couple of weapons that don’s feature in the original release. With MiniDoom 2 released, the company is currently working on a new Sidescrolling title called Killumination.
What can you expect from MiniDoom 2? Well, apart from the undying character dubbed the Doom guy and Doom-inspired creatures such as the Hell Knight of the freaky robotic spider with a big brain, the game has everything need to satisfy both casual and hardcore gamers.
It’s up to you now to decide between a brisk walk through Hell’s park or gameplay that makes Dark Soul II look like it’s a kid’s game. The game can be downloaded from Calavera Studio’s website totally free of charge.
Since it’s a 2D Sidescroller, the game can be run on any machine, regardless of the specifications.
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