The complete megahit game that set the world afire. Plus All-New Episode IV: Thy Flesh Consumed.The demons came and the marines died. Except one. You are the last defense against these hell-spawned hordes. Prepare for the most intense mutant-laden, blood-splattered action ever! The texture-mapped virtual world is so real, you don't just play DOOM - you live it.The Ultimate DOOM takes you beyond anything you've ever experienced. First, you get all three original episodes - that's 27 levels of awesome, explosive excitement. Then it really blows you away with an all-new episode: Thy Flesh Consumed.Now you're dead meat. Just when you think you're getting pretty good at DOOM, you get hit with Perfect Hatred, Sever the Wicked and seven other expert levels never seen before! They're so incredibly tough, the first 27 levels will seem like a walk in the park!

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FISTFUL is a total conversion which goes on to change what we know of Doom by stepping away from those high tech labs and fiery pits of hell, instead taking players on a journey to the old west across two maps, complete with new graphics and audio. A complete Western conversion, featuring a full western town high-street, enemy replacements and weapon replacements. Every effort has been made to make this the ultimate Western Wad - this is the UK's answer to Boothill! Let's hear from a happy customer...

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Fistful Of Doom
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Guest
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This comment is probably a bit late but I still think it'll be relevant - looking through the WAD file with an editor reveals some quite funny things.
First of all - the sound DSBFG (The BFG9000's firing sound) has been replaced with a 2 second backwards speech. Having un-reversed the audio clip reveals an English accented voice (possibly Soultec or A-ware?) Saying "Okay I'm sh*t so I'm gonna have to chea-*cuts off*" - obviously due to the BFG being unavailable without cheating.
Another interesting thing I found is the Imp and the Revenant's action sounds - these sounds are the Saloon's ambience sounds and the Church's bell sounds respectively. This also explains why there's always one monster you can't find - they're hidden in the map just to make their action sounds!

In my opinion, this is one of the best wads ever made - it's a shame it's only short and nobody followed up with expanding the idea, such a shame.

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Tech-Mech
Tech-Mech

the more y'know thanks for the cool detective work

transcript for visitors:
"This comment is probably a bit late but I still think it'll be relevant - looking through the WAD file with an editor reveals some quite funny things.
First of all - the sound DSBFG (The BFG9000's firing sound) has been replaced with a 2 second backwards speech. Having un-reversed the audio clip reveals an English accented voice (possibly Soultec or A-ware?) Saying "Okay I'm sh*t so I'm gonna have to chea-*cuts off*" - obviously due to the BFG being unavailable without cheating.
Another interesting thing I found is the Imp and the Revenant's action sounds - these sounds are the Saloon's ambience sounds and the Church's bell sounds respectively. This also explains why there's always one monster you can't find - they're hidden in the map just to make their action sounds!

In my opinion, this is one of the best wads ever made - it's a shame it's only short and nobody followed up with expanding the idea, such a shame."

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TheUnbeholden
TheUnbeholden

The creators have a new website by the way. Azeraaron.wordpress.com

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WendigoCarlos
WendigoCarlos

What source port is compatible with "A fistful of DOOM" ?

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GamingMarine
GamingMarine

Pretty much all of them.
A Fistful of Doom was made back in 1997 (Development starting back in late 1996, as far as I know), which was before really any major source ports existed. So, for all I know, you can play this in vanilla Doom.

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Geekysam
Geekysam

It's a short mod but I really enjoyed it love the Client Eastwood movies gun and sound effects from The man with no name trilogy I wish to see more mods like this for games as I am a big fan of those movies.

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SledgeNE
SledgeNE

In the 90s, i got a CD-Rom named "Doom 2 Magic" and there was a Western-themed-Mod, but not as a TC only with sounds. Doom 2 was after modding the same game but with one-liners and a train in the background. It was funny to play.

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