Phone-based Doom RPG has a fan-made PC port

Phone-based Doom RPG has a fan-made PC port

Doom RPG is a John Carmack creation that was released in 2005 on cell phones.
The game stands out for its originality and holds a special place in the Doom franchise, but it never appeared outside of Java-era phones.
Fortunately, a new fan port comes to the rescue.A member of the Doomworld community put together a PC port through reverse engineering.
It's based on a version of the Doom RPG on the BREW mobile software platform.
The port allows you to set the resolution up to 640 × 360, play with a gamepad and even a little mouse control in the style of the original first Doom.
Recall, Doom RPG - a turn-based first-person shooter.
RPG games are close to some leveling and damage figures, and with Doom - the setting, look and music: the main menu plays MIDI-version of E1M1, the interface has a face of a marine, and among the enemies - the classic monsters from Doom.
Screenshots from the port.
Doom RPG received positive reviews, after which id Software and its partners released a whole series of similar mobile games - Orcs & Elves, Orcs & Elves II, Wolfenstein RPG and Doom II RPG.
There gradually improved graphics and new features of gameplay, but the basis has remained the same - turn-based first-person action.Download a port of Doom RPG is available at Doomworld.
There are required files of the game, but as the official Doom RPG is not available anywhere, download the BREW-version offered through Archive.org.
The author of the port does not specify whether he is going to port the rest of the mobile RPG from id - they say the situation with them is more complicated, because the engine has become more sophisticated.
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