In the land of memories, the purity keeps this world alive. All creatures native to the world of forever know only of the child like innocence they where created with. Their world that of child-and-parent partnership, a timeless play land built to contain happiness. However, this all came crashing down the day evil peered through the overcast sky. They called it "the nightmare", and with good reason. Its evil tore through the land, eroding away the terrain and crippling the life it encountered. Those inhabitants that where not killed by the evil became mutated versions of their former selves, lashing out against those that retained their innocence. It was the darkest time the world had ever seen; it was also the day you arrived into this world.

Nobody knew what to make of you at first, as you clearly weren't native to these parts. Your memory was blank, your identity was lost, but something about you seemed trustworthy. Embraced by the last of the innocent inhabitants, you begin your journey through the world of forever. Within your travels, you slowly begin to discover the significance of the children, the power of the evil, and how your presence is making all the difference in the world.

Foreverhood is a senior thesis in art and design. It is built on classic doom technology, utilizing enhancements from the Zdoom source port (zdoom.org). Its aim is to bring a complex story and feel of modern games into a classic, simple gaming environment. Each of the 5 worlds you explore contains a unique look and feel, bending the doom engine to create never before seen environments. Using a brand new palette of content and a completely new set of characters and weapons, Foreverhood looks to be one of the first independently built mods to rival the professionalism of the early 90’s genre of FPS gaming.

This game will not require a copy of Doom or Doom2 to play.

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Foreverhood 1.0 Released

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Fresh out of a six month hiatus is the re-launching of Foreverhood.com, an independent FPS built on classic Doom technology. After dealing with some of the worst web hosting problems known to man kind, Foreverhood finds its-self with a new host, a new design and a new release.
For the first time in its three year development, Foreverhood has released version 1.0, a public beta demonstrating the dynamics of its currently experimental gameplay and story.

For those of you unaware of what foreverhood is, it is an independent title developed by the efforts of one determined individual on classic doom technology. Basted on the concept of memories having their own worlds, Foreverhood takes the player through three surprisingly unique environments as they try to survive in a dying land. Within their abstract adventure, the player must choose whether they would like to fight in unison with a dying planet, or destroy it with the new invaders that have infested the land.

All the details of the project and the 1.0 release can be found at www.foreverhood.com

March Update

March Update

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Welcome to the beginning of Foreverhood 2.0. Over the past several months, I’ve been re-examining the loose ends of the project and solidified the game-play...

Foreverhood Progress Report

Foreverhood Progress Report

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Foreverhood, the classic doom mod, has reached its half-way point in development. After an entire summer, the beta version has been polished to the status...

May Update

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The site has been reworked a bit to include a better sense of what this mod holds. An internal beta has also been built and is currently being tested...

A scedule of things

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Well, it seems that level development is going as planned, however, its becoming quite appearent that the worlds themselves look quite sterle and unamusing...

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Foreverhood v1.1 Public beta

Foreverhood v1.1 Public beta

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The project had one major revision, bumping its version number to 1.1. A more sweeping update was planned, which would have resulted in Foreverhood 2.0...

Foreverhood 1.0 Public Beta

Foreverhood 1.0 Public Beta

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This is a rough beta outlining the story, experimental gameplay and level styles which will be carried over into the re-construction known as foreverhood...

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TheConsul
TheConsul

Ah, what could have been... I can only imagine how popular this game would've been if released today with the success of Undertale. Oh well, c'est la vie.

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Guest
Guest

I would seriously pay money if this got turned into a full game.

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TheConsul
TheConsul

Newest Version can be found at the Foreverhood website.

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Megafan2
Megafan2

Very creepy, I love it so far.

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J1mmmy
J1mmmy

amazing, something really unique.

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spoone
spoone

Never mind it works but thanks anyways.

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dethtoll
dethtoll

redownload it.

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spoone
spoone

The beta dosen't work whenever i download it.When i open the zip it says file corrupted.

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dethtoll
dethtoll

gasp. a public beta? i'm all over that.

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dethtoll
dethtoll

creepy, spooky little mod, and quite excellent from the test version i played. can't wait for the end product.

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