DOOM II: Hell on Earth


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Press Keyboard right side: Alt+Enter keys to switch to full screen game play, and Alt+Enter keys to return.

How to play: 

Each game uses different controls, most DOS games use the keyboard arrows. Some will use the mouse.

Description: 
Doom II was not dramatically different from its predecessor. There were no major technological developments, graphical improvements, or substantial gameplay changes. Instead, the development team took advantage of advances in computer hardware since the release of the original game that allowed them to do more with their game engine by making much larger and more intricate levels. The game still consisted of the player navigating large non-linear levels. Each level is infested with demons that can be killed with a variety of weapons that can be picked up throughout the game. Levels are completed by finding an exit, whether it be a door, elevator etc., the goal is still simply to advance to the next area. As with its predecessor, Doom II's levels can be completed in a straightforward fashion. However, because the levels are non-linear players can wander off the beaten path, and those that do are often rewarded with bonuses, like health pickups and more powerful weapons. Due to the larger and more complicated maps with larger groups of monsters, the game had somewhat higher system requirements than the original. Rather than the player playing through three related episodes as in the first Doom, gameplay takes place over one giant episode, albeit with interludes for when the story develops. Instead of watching the player's progress on a map (as in the original episodes of Doom), the screens between each level simply show a background (as in the bonus fourth episode of Doom available on The Ultimate Doom expansion pack). This also means the player is never forced to lose all of his or her inventory after completing an episode. Doom II doubled the number of non-boss monster types and started using bosses from the original Doom as normal level enemies, in addition to adding a new weapon, the double-barreled shotgun (called the Super Shotgun in the game), and a new power-up, the Megasphere.
Cheats/Hints/Walkthroughs: 

Type these on the keyboard during play:
All Weapons/Ammo: idfa
All Weapons/Ammo/Keys: idkfa
Beserk Pack: IDBEHOLDS
Bonus Level: idclev31
Choose Game BGM: IDMUSxx (xx being a number)
Computer Area Map: IDBEHOLDA
Destroys all enemies except Lost Souls: FHHALL
Entire Map: IDDT
God Mode: iddqd
Invisibility: IDBEHOLDI
Invisible to Enemies Until You Attack: FHSHH
Invulnerability: IDBEHOLDV
Level Warp: IDCLEV xx (Where xx is the level number, like 05)
Light Amp Goggles: IDBEHOLDL
Makes you completely invisible to all enemies until you shoot: FHSHH
No Clipping Mode (walk through walls): idclip
Radiation Suit: IDBEHOLDR
Replace fists with Chainsaw: idchoppers
Show Position in Code: idmypos
Wolfenstein 3D Level: idclev32

Platform: 
DOS
Game year: 
1994
Doom 2 DOS Cover Art

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