id Software, ported by Netrix (Glenn Anderson)
Doom Source License
Doom is a first-person shooter released in 1993 by id Software. The shareware WAD (map pack) is included. If you have a registered or retail WAD, you can add it to data/Content. You can put as many official WADs as you can in the folder. You will not
lose your save files by deleting Doom.
You can obtain the full version of Doom (Ultimate Doom) as well as the Doom sequels legitimately through Steam
. The WAD files should be installed with the game into your Steam directory, where they can be copied in with Doom for Zune HD.
If you happen to have no idea what Doom is, read about it here: Doom (video game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
-It runs extremely smoothly now. Yay for shaders.
You can move using touch or tilt. Controls are changable in Options -> Controls. Pressing "Calibrate Tilt" resets the forward/backward tilt to the angle that you have your Zune so that you can play horizontally, vertically, or at some angle in between.
-Sometimes when pressing the media (side) button, Doom might be unable to detect input from the touch screen until it is restarted.
-DRM music and official XNA games/apps are inaccessible after playing. Reboot the Zune to fix this issue.
-If you have a PIN on your Zune and you do not restart after exiting Doom, you will not be able to unlock your Zune until you restart it.
Yet to come:
To install, unzip it and run deploykit.exe
Assembla - ZuneDoom
Note: Do not use the SVN version unless you know how to use SVN. The Debug configuration only works with the remote debugger (which requires itsnotabigtruck's Client for Debugging). The release configuration only works when deployed with XNA or the deploykit.
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