32 levels designed for competitive deathmatch play. An “IWAD” file is used by the Doom engine, which contains all the game data such as graphics, sound effects, music, and so on. While the Doom engine source code is free, you would normally still need one of the proprietary IWAD files from id Software in order to play Doom. Freedoom aims to create a free alternative; combined with the GPL-licensed Doom source code, results in a completely free Doom-based game.

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HappyLarry129 - - 55 comments

Am I allowed to use this in a Raspberry Pi Console I am making?

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TheUnbeholden - - 3,594 comments

Its fine according to the license to sell stuff with FreeDoom material aslong as you give credit by releasing it with a copy of FreeDoom's license:

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