DOS - 1993
Description of Doom
Get some real action with this fps masterpiece !
One note on the virus warning you may get, I ran a test on http://virusscan.jotti.org and some scanners find a virus.
No need to worry, DosBox will not interfere with your operating system.
Doom is awesome. Your mission is to save the planet from Evil Demons. They've been here before you and slaughtered all the good guys judging by the corpses lying everywhere. This game is just as much fun as Wolfenstein 3d but with more carnage and a dimly lit scary environment. Some lights go on and off, because things are busted and broken. I like the nearly invisible demons, freaky! Scared me out of my chair on more than a few occasions. Some day's there are just not enough bullets! Lots of fun!
This game is an awesome blast from the past! I remember it well. I was in my early 20s, and the small company I worked for had just gotten a new bunch of computers in lieu of payment from a company that owed us. Naturally we networked them and played Doom! Then the boss came in. He demanded we install the game on his system so he could join in the fun! Good times, and it started a love of computer FPS gaming!
Captures and Snapshots
Comments and reviews
hunter 23 2015-08-04 1 point DOS version
awesome game.it changed almost everything in games as it was one of first 3d games.
if you have modern pc there are some source ports such as gzdoom. 5/5. this is how games should be made
p.s :anyone who says it is bad is possibly an asshole who plays COD all the day
Joe 2015-07-23 0 point DOS version
Hey thanks a lot for this, Wolf 3d and Doom were a couple of the first games I played on my PC w/ Windows 3.0 my great-grandma gave me. I own 1+2 on 360 and have had a few others for psx, snes, 32x back in the day as well. The new Doom demo at e3 made me want to finally give Brutal Doom a shot if I can get it working on Linux!
Battlew 2015-06-17 4 points DOS version
I was children and i was playing doom1 on my old 386 my dad gave me. I had to play with smaller screen size, to make the game more fluid. It still had low fps, but i enjoyed it anyway.
Finally one day my dad bring me to a computer fair 40 km from our house... and there finally i sew doom 1 running on a 486, with full stereo music and extra fluid and full screen ! ... it was awesome, like a dream come true.
Doom made me love shooters game, till they start to eventually decay till the shit that they become nowdays (just watch at doom4 video and compare to the feeling doom1 gameplay provide).
Thanks for exist, doom1 and 2.
ZiReK 2015-06-10 -33 points DOS version
worst game ever because very very bad graphics ,bad gameplay , bad sounds and very dark
Maki 2015-05-25 0 point DOS version
OM is wrong; I ran Wolfenstein 3D AND Doom just fine on an IBM XT 286.
DeadPotato 2015-03-18 -2 points DOS version
The name of the game, Doom. Actually its supposed to mean doom for all the first person shooters back in the 90s. And it is, this is the game that made the first person shooter genre explode. Wolfenstein was a blast and Doom made it look like a fire cracker compared to a hydrogen bomb. In short, this game (if you haven't played it before) is a fast paced, challenging, non-linear (the level design), shooter with gore and demons from hell, and you're the one with the gun. :DDDD
If you don't like the old-style first person shooter controls (meaning there's no looking up or down.) Try DoomZ with this! It works!
TomyYoung 2015-02-20 -13 points DOS version
Yes need to worry, DosBox will bad interfere with your operating system
moonbug 2015-01-24 -3 points DOS version
This is actually The Ultimate Doom, rather than the prior registered Doom version 1.9 which had only 3 episodes. The only difference between this and the other one here:
is that this one is already unpacked/installed.
There are some programs that can downgrade UD to older vesions, but it might be better to find the original install disk images, just to be sure...
Purplelair 2014-11-02 -7 points DOS version
Lolz! bunch of n00bs. A litte bit of Win cmd line knowledge goes a long way. Thanx for the upload! Takes me waaay back.
tforsaken 2014-10-04 -5 points DOS version
im guess that this v of doom is no longer used so must be abandonware. is that how it works?
doomaniac 2014-09-23 -3 points DOS version
anyone that expected u couldnt go further after u took the lift up in map 8 episode 1 in doom I? i tried to take the lift up my there wasnt no monsters???? my buddies says that maybe theres a bug in the game but i dont know.... if anyone have a link to the full game WITHOUT bugs... mail it to me on: firstname.lastname@example.org
im looking forward for ur inbox ;)
natefun 2014-08-15 -3 points DOS version
This available for purchase on steam and is therefore NOT abandonware!
ViperAcidZX 2014-07-04 -2 points DOS version
If anyone wants a clean version of Doom 1.1 without your anti-virus freaking out, let me know.
P Smith 2014-06-07 -4 points DOS version
Be sure to check out Brutal DOOM, an addon that features new weapons and new attacks (e.g. kicking, grabbing enemies by the throat) and makes it a three dimensional game.
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KoreusZ 2014-05-12 0 point DOS version
Why can't it be infected with a less tame dos virus. All this one does is spread, no payload.
Slash 2014-03-13 0 point DOS version
It keeps scrolling down every time i push the download button
indstr 2014-02-11 0 point DOS version
I think everybody has memories of DooM. I remember the first time ever seeing it, was on a computer at one of those "Rent-a-Center" places called "Ed Kelly's". I couldn't believe how good the graphics and atmosphere were. Absolute classic
???? 2014-01-05 0 point DOS version
then how the hell do you get Brutal Doom?????
please respond with a download link (direct download link if nesscessary)
Doom Legacy Fan
S1ider 2014-01-02 0 point DOS version
I have been playing Brutal Doom since last year. It is EVERYTHING that we wanted Doom to be. Keeping older graphic style but upgrading a few features, like jumping ducking, FATALITIES.
Seriously, please check it out.
Nope 2013-12-08 0 point DOS version
What happnes when I copy it to my 386 and run it there.
What will this Virus do?
FistMarine 2013-11-02 0 point DOS version
You can also use Chocolate Doom if you want to play on Windows but without setting up DOSBOX.
ProgramGuruCpp 2013-09-26 0 point DOS version
Doom is the "grandpappy" of all first-person shooters. Let praise be given to those people that have shaped the FPS games of today; all hail Carmack and Romero!
Cookieguy 2013-09-19 0 point DOS version
Awesome game. You actually don't need DOS to play this. You can use things like GZDoom, ZDoom, Doomsday and a shitload more.
Henry 2013-09-15 0 point DOS version
this is a good you ever had download this and feel the grace yo
Jose131991 2013-08-30 0 point DOS version
Play this is in latest dosbox version for original game with sound. Play In other emulators and source ports for modernized effects.
GreenHillDeku 2013-08-02 0 point DOS version
Why the hell did I give Steam $ for a non-working version of Doom when I can get it free here!? God dammit!
Droid 2013-06-30 0 point DOS version
Use Freedoom + Doom. If you are playing Freedoom we can use an Doom map :)
Doomwolf989 2013-05-13 0 point DOS version
@wiffy80 This game was made in 1993, what did you expect skyrim? Also, this game wasn't originally free you might want to know.
Rabid 2013-05-10 0 point DOS version
@Pyro: Did it. sat my ass down and played the hell out of it. where's my money?
wiffey80 2013-04-20 -1 point DOS version
this SUCKS!!! terrible sound, the screen is WAY too small!! thank god it's a FREE game,because i would NEVER pay for such garbage
Timeofdeath 2013-04-14 0 point DOS version
When you download this Zdoom can you please move your file, example Heretic.wad put to your Zdoom files as any of game as you can play thank you
Darragh111 2013-04-13 0 point DOS version
I downloaded it and it wont let me play it, it says something about checking if im 32bit or 64 but is dosent tell be what to do then
mesouse 2013-03-22 0 point DOS version
isn't it illegal to have this up? i mean, the game is STILL being sold
brendan1454 2013-03-18 0 point DOS version
i would just like to say that even if i hadnt played it yet, i have heard many good rumors about this game, and this site is amazing on giving games like this a chance, and them opening it up to us for no cost, i recently got gizmos and gadgets off this website because that game was a big part of my childhood, and this site had given me a present that no other would usually be able to provide. thank you myabandonware.com. for everything.
stoned 2013-03-09 0 point DOS version
i have played doom thousand times when i was akid,iplayed it constantly from the age 7 to11 ,really a awesome games thank to gt softweare for bringing us such a game
ilikecake 2013-02-22 0 point DOS version
how do u run the bloody thing?! i have tried all the exe files and it says my version of windows is not compatible. please help!
A Wise Old Man 2013-02-19 0 point DOS version
Bah. Anyone who didn't like DOOM! or DOOM II is either a) a syphallitic wanker or b) someone too lazy to download any of the some 300,000 user-created WAD files.
Both games are classic.
Both games still hold up 20 years later.
Don't like'em? Don't play'em.
Leitbild 2013-02-13 4 points DOS version
So this game still is far better than it's own sequel, because Doom II was just a overloaded mess! Neither a bunch of new enemies, nor the new Super shotgun and the liniear, non episode gameplay could hide the fact that the maps were partly totally irrealistic (best example were maps like Downtown & Suburbs), a problem never faced in Doom! why? It plays only on fictive moon stations and Hell itself...
Doom is a decent and classic blast fest you need to have played!
BTW I prefer the original 3 episodes Doom, because it was the original release and the story is already closed by defeating the Spider Mastermind in episode 3 (in my opinion a true joke, because the Cyberdemon at the end of episode 2 is much worser) - So the 4th episode of Ultimate Doom is just a unnecessary reselling upgrade, not more, not less...
And yes, this game isn't abandonware! It's still sold by id Software! You better exchange the file with the shareware version! ;)
necroscope86 2013-02-13 0 point DOS version
I love the monster/imp fighting. Makes the game a lot easier. xD
iOS Fan 101 2013-02-02 0 point DOS version
i LOVE THIS GAME LOVE IT :D... although I like The ULTIMATE DOOM Better but this game is SIMPLY FPS PERFECTION!!!!!!!!!!! :O :D :) 8D
but i h8 superman 64 ;D
OM 2013-01-31 10 points DOS version
...What most people aren't aware of is the fact that the major impetus for upgrading to a 386 from the still-nowhere-near-obsolete XTs and ATs, was that neither Wolfenstein 3D or Doom I ran on anything older than a 386. Between the two - especially Doom I - the -need- to make the jump to a 386-based system became more and more necessary. Especially when workers started telling their bosses that "this piece of shit PC you got me using won't run apps fast enough, and that's why you don't have those reports you wanted!"
...I performed a lot of upgrades and sold a lot of systems just for people to play Doom I. And as I've told John Carmack over the years, a *lot* of OEMs owe him and the Id team a lot of thanks. And that went triple for the Custom Rig and Homebrew industries, because Doom I provided not only the impetus to start everyone into upgrading their systems, but provided the *justification*.
Long Live Doom!
Someone64 2013-01-29 0 point DOS version
Though I'm not saying I'm against it (because I am one my self :P), this is actually pirating due to the fact that this is still on sale on Steam and other places.
feraaaa32 2013-01-18 0 point DOS version
BEN 10: "my mum is 38 years now and she was playing it when she was 3 years" how interesting, she should be very awesome, because THE RELEASE DATE OF THE ORIGINAL DOOM IS 1993, and it was 1978 when she was 3 years old. She was fucking 15 when the game was released. EPIC FAIL!!! Otherwise look up for things on the internet before you say something dumb.
ssssssssss 2013-01-14 0 point DOS version
if you like, i suggest "The Ultimate Doom", also available on this site!
FistMarine 2012-11-07 0 point DOS version
Nevermind, I just bought Collector's edition few days ago through eBay.
Notes: If you want to buy the game legally, find Doom Collectors Edition at eBay, Amazon, etc (No Steam please, this thing is godawful).
If can't find it anymore or just have shareware version (like I had before until 2 days ago), just download the game for FREE from this site!
Just don't get steam please! I would rather download games for free than pay them through Steam!
Star_Byte 2012-11-01 0 point DOS version
Good old Games doom it works on dos box 1.1.8 ver thank you.
Foxy 2012-10-23 0 point DOS version
Saw one mod that turned the Sargent into BunnyWithaDrum. Facing you this bunny was about two pixels wide and thus unnoticed would shotgun you to death unless you moved quickly into cover. Catch that bunny sideways and then it's bye-bye bunny ;-) and great satisfaction.
FistMarine 2012-10-17 0 point DOS version
Thanks! Now I can play the rest episodes because before I had shareware version.
Ben 10 2012-09-07 0 point DOS version
my mum is 38 years now and she was playing it when she was 3 years
Jesus Was Black 2012-08-26 0 point DOS version
I have a problem with doom, I can not move from right to left with the keys A and D as is common in video games, I can only move with the mouse and the keys W and S. I can reconfigure the keys or I have to get used?
mud82 2012-08-19 0 point DOS version
Doom is old as hell. Who cares if it isn't abandonware. I believe if a game is more than 20 years old it should be free to download. But because of the greedy corporate world that's never going to happen. Besides who would actually pay for something that old?
Player 2012-07-27 0 point DOS version
hahaha, thanks a lot man!!! i had only the fucking shareware version and never had the full version but thanks for sharing this!!!
dany 2012-07-14 0 point DOS version
pero el padre de todo es el wolf!! igual son juegazos. grax, son muchos recuerdos.
sdoji 2013-05-02 0 point DOS version
GGP 2012-06-18 0 point DOS version
Este juego lo jugaba cuando era chiquitoy me encantaba. ¡Cuantos recuerdos me trae!.
shinyspoongod 2012-04-18 0 point DOS version
Probably one of the greatest games of its time, [Ultimate] Doom was one of only two games to really genuinely excite me when I was first playing it. The first of a solid trilogy, this is worth having in the collection.
paul 2012-03-24 0 point DOS version
cel mai fantastic joc dupa mortal kombat 9 !!!!!!!!!!!!!! merita sa te joci !
Tormentor667 2012-02-20 0 point DOS version
The best game of all time!
Get some of the most quality addons and stuff at www.realm667.com btw, especially the place to be for modders.
rggfgfdgf 2011-12-30 0 point DOS version
you can also download engines to improve gfx
and go to doomworld idgames wad database and download crappy wads
mr_oversmith 2011-12-04 0 point DOS version
Hey guys, anyone of you know how to fix the fullscreen problem?
dosbox 2011-12-04 0 point DOS version
find dosbox its free if you have flash drive go with portable version then you can put all the games you like on it ;)
greshr 2011-05-26 0 point DOS version
alternativly you can get doom working online and on windows 7 with Skulltag (http://www.skulltag.com/) it also works on a LAN and i got it working at work.
omni 2011-05-17 0 point DOS version
Use zdoom (http://zdoom.org) to play this legendary game on Win7!
Take em up 2011-05-06 0 point DOS version
I have windows 7 and it's not working. how do i get it to work?
Selena 2011-03-16 0 point DOS version
I grew up on this game, and yeah I had nightmares from it lol. Usually I would just watch the computer play. Though the verison I had, the doom guy would curse, this one doesnt have that part of it. In any case, its a great old first person shooter. The only thing that I hate about it is that when your on the "nightmare" setting, you cant use any cheatcodes T.T so its utterly useless unless you wanna see how many seconds you last in each level.
SCARED 2011-02-25 0 point DOS version
Aren't you guys scared?I'm 19 years old and I remember the nightmares when I was 5 D:
admin 2011-02-11 0 point DOS version
Got the same problem as dragon kid wrote, I uploaded another version of the game (Ultimate doom)
dragon kid 2011-02-10 0 point DOS version
the game for me on a mac os X works for 30 sec then promps
Demo is from a different game version.
Whats going on? am i doing something wrong please help.
awesome 2011-01-08 0 point DOS version
Or if it doesn't work you can use a doom emulator like zdoom.
Cyber 2010-11-16 0 point DOS version
Doom was a pioneer within FPS games and even today a great game to play, I don't know how many times I've played through it, countless. Though I don't enjoy it as much now as I did ten years back it's still a great game, way past it's time. If you play this now try using a port such as Doomsday Engine (free), it won't change anything in the original game if you don't want it to, just improve graphics, lighting & other effects. It'll be a whole new Doom.
ntyr 2010-10-04 0 point DOS version
@ Please Help,
rick clickproperties compatibility set program to run in compatibility mode forwindows xp sp2 should do
Please Help 2010-03-16 0 point DOS version
Hey guys, I have Windows 7, and I just downloaded the file... And it wont allow me to open it and play it. Does anyone have any advice or help for me. THanks in advance.
VirusWarning 2009-07-22 0 point DOS version
MS security essentials is picking up Virus:DOS/TaiPan_666.B in doom.zip-sersetup.exe!
is this file safe guys?
Frodo 2008-12-07 0 point DOS version
I couldn't get this particular archived game to run. I found another example of this abandonware on another site. The contents of the zip files were not the same. Perhaps I didn't run the installer properly for this zip. I tried to run the exe for the game which may have been a mistake. I ran the installer in the other one since it was the only choice in the archive, and the game installed nicely (asked me to configure settings) and ran the game. I'm using Win98SE.
Ekka 2008-09-19 0 point DOS version
I still have an in-box original copy of this game. I'd never part with it. This was probably one of the first fps games I absolutely loved!
Nick 2008-05-29 0 point DOS version
Fuck I love this Game There is Even A Online Port For Doom called Zdaemon
To get it Goto www.Zdaemon.org
Mousey 2008-04-03 0 point DOS version
just unzip it then look in the folder and theres an .EXE file
(diffrent icon to the rest)
bfg9000 guy 2008-03-12 0 point DOS version
this game ruled my teen-years. My friend Jack and I would stay awake until long after the sun had come up playing this game over and over and over. It wasn't the most difficult game ever, but man... the fact that there was blood when you shot an imp, or a cacodemon, or what-have-you... awesome. This is the game that started my love of FPS... and my fear of barrels.
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