Hey, it's that famous game from 1993!
Doom is a first-person shooter, reigning the genre in 1993 and 1994. It revolutionised shooters as we know them today, and added some key features - switches, keys, puzzling maps, painful floors and none other than mindless killing - to give us an amazing game that's still popular today.
If you don't own a copy of Doom, you can grab the shareware copy here. And when you're ready, hunt down the Doom Collector's Edition for 3 excellent Doom titles.
Alternatively, you can grab the whole lot from Steam and get Master Levels for Doom II.
Check out the discussion board and the chat channel to have a good, erm, discuss.
ZDoom - an awesome source port for every classic Doom running, plus support for Heretic, Hexen, Strife and various indie games. Plus, this has an immense amount of new features on top of the classic Doom gameplay.
GZDoom - an OpenGL-enhanced version of ZDoom. Think much prettier WADs and you're on the right track.
Skulltag - One of the finest sourceports for multiplayer Doom. Includes a smattering of multiplayer staples as well as new offerings.
Odamex - Another good multiplayer sourceport, Odamex focuses more on retaining classic gameplay with new ZDoom features.
Slade3 - a mashup of lump editor and map editor which is still in-progress but includes the UDMF map format used in ZDoom.
SLumpEd - like XWE, but slightly more advanced.
Doom Builder - WAD map editor. Good for designing levels and stuff, and very easy to use.
eXtendable WAD editor - not being updated any more, but even so, very easy to use and helps with replacing graphics in your PWADs, and even IWADs. Keep a backup copy, though. Can also edit various other games other than Doom.
List of editing tools - straight from the horse's ZDoom wiki.
Freedoom - this is meant to make the Doom engine free to the masses. If you want to play the thing, however, you're better off buying Doom Collector's Edition.
Dropbox, some lovely file hosting and free! Upload up to 2.0GB (for a basic account) and download it quickly, too.
Please notify me of any tools you want to see on this list!
Upload your art or submit it to our group in the Art folder.
All art is appreciated as long as it's to do with Doom or any related game!
Oh, and nothing too...questionable, let's say.
Basically, upload a deviation and put it in the Club's gallery - provide a couple of screenshots, perhaps an overview of the maps. Remember to upload it into the WADs folder.
Include a download link and say what tools you used! It would be nice to see what you used to make your WAD.
Also, you'll need to tell us which game it's for - Doom, Hexen, Strife, etc...
Anything that you've created for games and would like to share is greatly appreciated!
Upload a deviation showcasing your resource and make sure you submit it to the WADs folder! Also, tell us what your license is - we wouldn't want to sell your work without first getting permission or anything like that.
We accept every kind of resource - just as long as it isn't that infamous graphic from Imp Encounter.
So there you have it. Thanks for visiting!