The "Doom" series of computer games from id Software (including Doom, Doom 2, Ultimate Doom, Final Doom, Master Levels of Doom, and Doom 3), and 3rd party add-ons and modifications for these games.
The Doom games allow players to record themselves playing, and these recordings, usually referred to as "lmps" or "demos" can be exchanged for other players to watch. This has spawned a number of competitions to create the best demos of both original and add-on levels.
This category is intended for demo competitions, demo collections and related sites.
Sites, reviews and add-ons specific to Ultimate Doom (and the original Doom).

Descriptions for reviews and previews should contain the following information: score; (p)reviewer''s name; date of the (p)review; a short summarizing quote from the review (optional); and any other contents found in the (p)review such as screen shots and system requirement information. Examples of correct descriptions include:

Adrenaline Vault - [4.5/5] Review by Bob Mandel. "In the end, after wrestling with my reactions, I feel I can endorse MechWarrior 4 enthusiastically, as regardless of your taste this polished product has more than enough to please fans of mechanized combat." (December 12, 2000)
GameSpot: Majesty
- Reviewed by: Neil Randall, 88%. "Majesty is one of the rare games that you won''t want to stop playing until you find out what happens next." Also includes technical information, links, and downloads. (March 28, 2000)
IGN.com
- Written by Judas Perry, contains screen shots, user reviews, system requirements, movies, and a comparison between platforms. [Score: 51%] (March 28, 2003)

Doom III, the retelling of the original Doom using a new graphics engine. The game was released in 2004.
Websites dealing primarily with Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil can be submitted to this category.

Following these guidelines will allow us to add your site to the directory as quickly as possible.

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  • Your description should resemble descriptions of sites already listed in the category.

Descriptions for reviews and previews should contain the following information: score; (p)reviewer''s name; date of the (p)review; a short summarizing quote from the review (optional); and any other contents found in the (p)review such as screen shots and system requirement information. Examples of correct descriptions include:

Adrenaline Vault - [4.5/5] Review by Bob Mandel. "In the end, after wrestling with my reactions, I feel I can endorse MechWarrior 4 enthusiastically, as regardless of your taste this polished product has more than enough to please fans of mechanized combat." (December 12, 2000)
GameSpot: Majesty
- Reviewed by: Neil Randall, 88%. "Majesty is one of the rare games that you won''t want to stop playing until you find out what happens next." Also includes technical information, links, and downloads. (March 28, 2000)
IGN.com
- Written by Judas Perry, contains screen shots, user reviews, system requirements, movies, and a comparison between platforms. [Score: 51%] (March 28, 2003)

Editing Doom levels and resources and creating new add-ons.
Contains sites which provide player-created downloads for modifying the game or adding to it.
Submit only general purpose source ports in this category, or modifications where the main content of the modification is a modified Doom engine. Projects which merely use a modified engine as one part of a larger project with new levels or enhanced monsters should go to the "Modifications and Add-Ons" category instead.