A massive demonic invasion has overwhelmed the Union Aerospace Corporations' (UAC) Mars Research Facility, leaving only chaos and horror in its wake. As one of only a few survivors, you struggle with shock and fear as you fight your way to Hell and back in an epic clash against pure evil.

Built on a revolutionary new 3D graphics engine, Doom III draws you into the most frightening and gripping 3D gaming experience ever created.

Dripping with atmosphere and changing the look of 3D games forever, Doom III features realistic physics, 6-channel surround-sound, and real-time dynamic lightingand shadows that create and environment of ever-changing fear and uncertainty. Compete in vicious multiplayer action where light, shadows, and a totally dynamic world can be used to your advantage or peril.

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About Escape from Enemy Mountain with 1 comment by hellstorm27 on Sep 28th, 2014

What happened during late 2013 and early to mid 2014

I soon realised that my previous version of the modification, with some use of props from the Dark Mod, wasn't going to be workable, for quite a few reasons, one of which being that the Dark Mod's props do not work with the "Ultra Quality" setting.  So, late last year and early this year, I had another re-think about where I wanted to go with this modification, having had so many "resets" and failed planned releases.

Inspired by the idea of the Automatic Map Builder for Doom 3 (discussed over at the Grimm mod) I spent the early to middle part of this year creating props, prefabs and definitions lists to try and increase the level of automation of the map-making process.  I have to admit that for most of the time, I have been slowed down by the often-laborious process of laying out the brushwork and creating props manually, etc.  I also downloaded numerous textures from CGTextures.com for use in the mod, since I am more interested in the hellish themes than the techbase themes and the hell texture set in Doom 3 is comparatively limited.  Some of them give off a more Hexen-esque feel than a Doom-esque one, admittedly, but I don't see that as a problem as I am a big fan of the atmosphere and level design in Hexen (just a shame about the hub system and switch-hunting).  My progress was also slowed by the demise of the Doom3World.org forum, which made it harder to find advice on setting up props etc., but by August I finally had all of the props in place.

The props include a much-expanded range of moveable objects and snack/drinks machines with GUIs that give you health, based off the healthstation GUI.  I always thought it was odd that you couldn't get drinks from the vending machines considering that it had been a common feature of first-person shooters since at least Half-Life.  In addition I scatter some GUI-based "signs" around the map that contain "Easter eggs" such as references to the infamous Start-to-Crate map ranking system- I won't reveal anything more about these as they may be spoilers.

I have also changed the HUD slightly, where the health area turns from white to yellow, orange and red as your health drops, and level stats are displayed in the middle of the HUD- kills, items, secrets, area location, and info about the extent of your area clearance and health status (which takes armour as well as health into account).

The monsters and weapons and sounds

I also had some indecision about what to do with the monsters and the weapons.  In the end, I haven't changed the weapons from how they were previously, with the stock Doom 3 weapons plus some additional alternate fire modes (e.g. proximity grenades in addition to the standard grenades).  The monsters still use some randomisation based on Ivan_the_B's random monsters scripts, where I have created custom lists of particular types of monster and item to randomise between.  I have also set it up so that each monster has a different "team" number, so monster infighting is possible even between monsters of the same type.  Which is useful for players, since the monster counts per unit area are often higher than in vanilla Doom 3.  Randomisation continues to add some replayability and variety to the gameplay.

On the sounds/music front I am going for some ambient music (from a combination of stock Doom 3 and the Dark Mod) and remixes of Ultimate Doom/Hexen tracks for action sequences, which I got permission to use some years back.

The maps

I am going for smaller, but more numerous, and more action-packed maps, increasing the extent of the "old-school" feel, and other than the start map (Cells) the maps are essentially my interpretations of the Ultimate Doom maps (but not recreations as per Classic Doom 3 or Doom Reborn, and there are some nods to Hexen in there as well). My progress is going a lot faster than before- since June I have completed two maps (the cells map and E1M1) and am close to completing E1M2.  

As previously, the start map places you in some prison cells that you must escape from:
Cells, E1M1, E1M2

In E1M1 I have designed it so that it really does look like it takes place inside a hangar:
Cells, E1M1, E1M2

Another teaser from E1M1, highlighting the action and monster infighting:
Cells, E1M1, E1M2

And a couple of images from E1M2:
Cells, E1M1, E1M2

Cells, E1M1, E1M2

The aim is to come out with a four-map release once I have completed E1M3, which will, in line with E1M1 and E1M2, be my own interpretation of the Toxin Refinery.  

My current assessment of the scope of the mod is "open-ended".  I certainly hope to complete Episode 1 at some point in the near future, but will have to see if I feel like taking on Episodes 2, 3 and/or 4.  It depends on how easy it is to churn out high-quality maps quickly and on how much "real life" gets in the way, but the time invested earlier this year in creating props and automating some of the more laborious aspects of level design appears to be helping significantly.

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Opinionator Dec 22 2012, 4:41pm says:

Doom 3 best xbox game ever, heard the BFG PC version can not be modded? Glad got the old PC versions then lol.

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DownDuckling Nov 27 2012, 12:30am says:

DOOM III Native Linux support <3

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kapitalfuckers Dec 15 2013, 12:13pm replied:

It did have Nativ Linux support.
You need the Installer for Linux to run it Nativ:


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TheUnbeholden Nov 4 2012, 8:06am says:

Doom 3 on steam at a reduced price, now only $10

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T-F May 31 2012, 9:31am says:

check this out Youtube.com

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DarkStarAngelo Jun 4 2012, 7:28pm replied:

I know it is going to be so amazing!!! OMG Doom 3 on PS3 with trophies good thing my birthday is very soon after it comes out im going to get it then. When i first got Doom 3 (Originally for the Xbox) i spent so many hours of my time just battling the demons and playing through the campaign god knows how many times XD haha Nothing can beat Doom, Doom is what gave birth to all FPSs we see today, the BFG edition will remind everybody of this truth.

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TheLeadHead Aug 23 2012, 3:18pm replied:

Are trophies and achievements really a selling point to you? :/

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DarkStarAngelo May 12 2012, 4:47pm says:

Does anybody know how to edit the base campaign for mod uses? Just asking for some help because i am gathering all the maps and editing them using Dark Radiant but i want to know a way on how my changes would be saved for the mod that is in use, any help will do nicely :)

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nbohr1more May 17 2012, 7:33pm replied:

Not sure what you are asking...

The maps are located in one of the base pk4 files and you could certainly modify them in the editor then dmap them and pack them into a new pk4 to be placed in a mod directory. Shipping that in a Mod would not be legal though. To my knowledge, there's no tool to "patch" maps to include new changes though I suppose you could save all your edits to a layer in DR then save the contents of that layer as a "prefab". It would still encumber the player to insert the prefab to patch the map though...

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DarkStarAngelo May 27 2012, 10:59am replied:

That doesn't sound like a bad idea thank you :) Dude you are very helpful with these things you know that, well i was thinking on contributing for the Allied Marine Squads mod and revamping the campaign to be much more hectic and with help by the many different teams of marines, almost creating an Alien VS Predator 2 feel to the game its just that i don't have any knowledge on how to do it. Dark Radiant is a very useful tool and i thank you for you and your team in creating it, i'll have to keep experimenting but if you do know anything please tell me, i will appreciate it very much :) Til next time see you round nbohr :D

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