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Description: ADoom3
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Size: 10Mb
Version: 1.5.3
Date: 04 Apr 24
Author: Nick 'Kalamatee' Andrews
Submitter: Deremon
Email: deremonalleria/gmail com
Requirements: OpenGL, AROSTCP
Category: game/fps
Replaces: game/fps/
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 2846
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Doom3 for AROS, based on the dhewm3 branch from latest 1.5.3

Compiled using ABIv0 20220318-1 by deadwood 

It works for me, but may not for you.  IF the game crashes the default stack
(1000000) may be to low, change it in the icon information, or launch ADoom3
from the shell, setting it before launching.

dhewm 3 is a Doom 3 GPL source port. It’s known to work on Windows, Linux,
macOS, FreeBSD, OpenBSD and AROS, but it should work on (or be easily portable
to) any system that supports OpenGL 1.4 with ARB shaders, SDL and OpenAL.
Compared to the original version of Doom3, dhewm3 has many bugfixes, supports
EAX-like sound effects on all operating systems and hardware (via OpenAL Softs
EFX support), has much better support for widescreen resolutions and has 64bit
The goal of dhewm 3 is bring DOOM 3 with the help of SDL to all suitable

Bugs present in the original DOOM 3 will be fixed (when identified) without
altering the original gameplay.

The official homepage is:

Mods supported by dhewm3:

Mod SDK for dhewm3:

The project is hosted at:

Download the latest release:

Consult the FAQ at:

Report bugs here:

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