I've played doom rpg for j2me and that game was awesome, good times :)
I've played a few doom games but that tutn bsed version is the one i can't forget. Turn based fps? amazing.
Thanks Peter/GSMArena for that article/title picture.
It looks like an LG VX-7000, which reminded me of my old LG U8360:
I had that phone for ages, it copped a lot of abuse, and when it died, it was replaced with an LG CU500:
I played Doom,Quake,Duke Nukem ports on my Motorola E680,ZN5 and E8. It ran perfectly on Motomagx and Linux platform in Motorola.
alex.p, 09 Dec 2018That Nokia communicator definitely looks better than many phones from nowadaysIt's literally just a laptop.
If you want to be a hardcore gamer and nerd... you should try to play the Doom port of the Texas Instrument TI-82. Personally, besides the classic DOS PC version, i liked very much the SNES port, even with the obvious hardware limitations of the console.
When I first read the headline, I thought he meant doomed ports like the 3.5mm headphone jack!
I want that back! Battery life saver and no Bluetooth radiation. No batteries needed that will degrade over time.
Well i played doom only on PC and android but played all the dooms thats are available on steam. Even games as Wolfenstein or Quake, Duke Nukem 3D, Heretic, Hexen, Shadow Warrior and many else which came from doom and wolfenstein.
3 months ago finnished Doom made by Bethsheda Softworks in 2016 on hardest difficuality.
Doom brings billions of memories mostly funny.
But if we starts with basic i think wizard of wor was a very first game long time before wolfenstein 3D which was my first belowed shooting game.
That was the time when commodore 64 was like best PC.
well there you Go!
Doom on almost any thing(i did run it on PS1 mini) it was fun!
Anonymous, 09 Dec 2018If u love debate, you can write your comments in every sony news. You'll get many reply thereI love to read and hear debate not doing it and there aren't many sony news
Don't' forget the Doom ports on printers (yes played on the LCD screen of a printer) and the MacBook touch bar.
Brings back so many memories. I never really played Quake and Wolfenstein just Doom and Return to the Castle.
First time I discovered Doom I played it from a floppy disk on my old 486 PC in '97 I think. I played for 4-5 hours straight until I barfed lmao :))
I also remember there was an earthquake that day and I was was home alone and scared af