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Level 2 (version 0.6.4)
Level 2 (version 0.6.4)
Screenshot from Freedoom

It is also used in Heretic, Hexen: Beyond Heretic, Strife: Quest for the Sigil, Hacx: Twitch 'n Kill, Freedoom, and other games produced by licensees.

- Doom engine

The dozens of unofficial Doom source ports that have been created since then allow Doom to run on previously unsupported operating systems and sometimes radically expand the engine's functionality with new features.

- Doom engine

Hexen uses a modified version of the Doom engine, which allows looking up and down, network play with up to eight players, and the choice of three character classes.

- Hexen: Beyond Heretic

Hexen is compatible with many Doom source ports; Hexens features are also compatible with Doom WADs made for source ports regardless of what game they are being played on.

- Hexen: Beyond Heretic

On December 23, 1997, id Software released the source code to the Doom engine, initially under a restrictive license.

- Doom modding

These engine modifications, or Doom source ports, have since become the target for much of the WAD editing activity, and with the decline of MS-DOS, using a source port became the only feasible way to play Doom for most people.

- Doom modding

This is a list of unofficial ports of the engine used to run Doom, referred to as source ports, that expand upon the engine's capabilities, alter how the game being run is played, or make it compatible with other operating systems, and have received substantial notable coverage.

- List of Doom ports

The source port is packaged in the Ubuntu Software Center as well as Fedora's RPM software repository alongside Freedoom.

- List of Doom ports

The source port also supports Heretic, Hexen: Beyond Heretic and Doom II.

- List of Doom ports

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