The Classic Doom 3 modification is a remake of the original Doom game, by id Software. The main emphasis is that of bringing the older game up to date in a modern graphics engine. The project makes use of all of Doom 3's advanced graphical features while retaining the feel and gameplay of the original game. The project will only cover the shareware levels due to many reasons that include the following : - We are bored of converting over peoples stuff and want to create something of our own. - The mod started off as a fun way to learn how to mod for Doom 3, and we all feel we have learnt what we need to make our own project. - A more minor reason is the legalities of remaking anything past the freely available shareware episode. Our latest build is version 1.3.1 which is the final version that we plan to release. This version is numbered 1.3.1 to reflect the fact that it has been tested to work with Doom 3 patch release 1.3.1, and thus works both with Doom 3 on steam and windows vista..
We have put together a new “final” release of our mod, Classic Doom 3 to satiate those who have recently bought Doom 3 via the steam download service, or those who wish to play the mod running Doom 3...Oct 4, 2007 News
As a team, we have finally decided that it is time to close the project, and we want to do so with a bang. As per the previous news post, we have fixed all of the bugs that we were able to find. There...Jul 28, 2006 News
It's been a video game. It's been a movie. It's been a series of novels and even a board game. Often emulated and never beaten, Doom is the quintessential balls-to-the-walls action game...Feb 7, 2006 Article
Classic Doom V1.0 has now been released and can be downloaded from the following locations: Once downloaded you will be able to play through recreations of the maps of the original Doom shareware release...Dec 11, 2005 News
With the version 1.0 release coming up very quickly, we would like to tell you all a few details about what will definitely be in our "final" release of Classic Doom 3, but to begin with, here...Dec 2, 2005 News