Doom II Deathmatch Levels
- Addictive Deathmatch series
- Style: fortress : 3-D
- Description: Before I checked out the Addictive series, I thought
that the 3D design style was a lost art. These six levels use some
ingenious tricks to achieve the impossible with the Doom engine. The
architecture and lighting are exceptionally intricate, and the
strategic layout looks good as well.
- Boothill: Complete Western Conversion
- Style: imitative
- Description: As the title suggests, this 4 level PWAD
makes you feel like you're smack in the middle of a Western
movie! An external graphics .WAD characterizes the textures
and gives you Western-style weapons. It's intended for
DOS Doom 2 only!
- D9 Deathmatch Series
- Style: fortress : 2-D
- Description: Series of 10 deathmatch levels for Doom II with
excellent design and a common theme throughout. Holographic walls and
good layout contribute to producing a deathmatch torture test. Good
for 2, 3, or 4 players.
- Doom 7734
- Description: Doom 7734 is the ultimate Deathmatch. 30 levels of
pure hell, it's like a place you go only when you dream. New graphics,
new sounds, and new music make this a must-have for Deathmatchers.
- Igor and Danzig Series
- Style: fortress/city : 3-D
- Description: The Igor and Danzig series are legendary among Doom
II deathmatchers. Each level is a frag-after-frag playground that
doesn't skimp on architectural detail. The 20th and final level of
Danzig is a full size tournament level, while the others are small and
- Description: An Atmospheric DM level with impressive use of
lighting, sound and new graphics. The New Marine face is a must see!
- Urban Deathmatch
- Style: city : 2-D
- Description: This level creates the dark atmosphere of the
bladerunner movie (or if you prefer the predator 2 and terminator 2
movies). A suburb full of dangerous alleys with burning barrels and a
derelict subway station. Even a deadly hole in the street is included.
Lots of extra graphics like a city background and graffiti on the
- The VorTPaK
- Style: 2-D
- Description: 5 of the best DOOM II deathmatch levels available.
Fast and furious, great design and tons of fun. [After 2 years on the
list, I still don't see what's so great about 'em -- Maint.]