2Doom is a 2D demake of the classic first-person shooter Doom, featuring faithfully-drawn sprites in a side-scrolling arcade adventure. [via Rob Sheridan]
Despite its cute pixel art, prepare for an intense, violent and bloody adventure! ... You're not the hero. You're just another Marine lost on Mars in a demoniac invasion. But you know how to use a shotgun and a BFG, you've been trained for that.
Re-discover the DOOM universe in this unique tribute and discover a new part of the red planet.
Damien Mayance (@valryon)
Simon Coroller (@pluspixels)
Quentin Gendre (@Enyo_) - sound designer + musician
Hugo Houriez (@HhUrGzO) - 2d artist + dev
Benjamin Magnan (@dayster27) - 2d artist + level designer
Perfect way to start my week.
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