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Games running on id Software Tech

GOGmix by GreasyDogMeat's avatarGreasyDogMeat 17votes

Dangerous Dave Pack

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250

GreasyDogMeat says: (1988 - 1993: Commander Keen engine) John Romero's Dangerous Dave started as a Mario clone and evolved into a horror themed side scroller. The sequels were created by Softdisk. The Commander Keen engine was the first smooth scrolling engine on PC.

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Catacombs Pack

GreasyDogMeat's rating:
250

GreasyDogMeat says: (1989 - 1993: Carmack coded top down & pre-Wolfenstein 3D engine) Introduced first person strafing, destructible walls and some early hub level design later seen in Hexen.

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Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold

GreasyDogMeat's rating:
250

GreasyDogMeat says: (1993: Wolfenstein 3D engine) Features that elevate it above a Wolfenstein clone include usable vending machines, enemies who fake their deaths and the ability to revisit completed floors. James Bond , Buck Rogers and Wolfenstein had a baby.

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Blake Stone: Planet Strike

GreasyDogMeat's rating:
250

GreasyDogMeat says: (1994: Wolf 3D Engine) Sequel to Aliens of Gold. A continuation of the story with a few new enemies, weapons and improved graphics. In many ways, Planet Strike is to Aliens of Gold as Spear of Destiny is to Wolfenstein 3D.

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Rise of the Triad: Dark War

GreasyDogMeat's rating:
250

GreasyDogMeat says: (1994: Wolf 3D engine) Originally developed as a sequel to Wolf 3D. Legal/rights issues resulted in the game losing connection with Wolfenstein but it retained some WWII elements. Tom Hall who worked on RotT would go on to work on Anachronox.

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SiN Gold

GreasyDogMeat's rating:
250

GreasyDogMeat says: (1998 - 1999: id Tech 2, the Quake 2 engine) A Duke Nukem 3D style shooter with complex levels, loads of secrets, hidden routes/levels and a wise-cracking protagonist. SiN was unfortunately overshadowed by Half-Life.

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Kingpin: Life of Crime

GreasyDogMeat's rating:
250

GreasyDogMeat says: (1999: id Tech 2) A grimy atmospheric story of revenge. While not as RPGish or complex as Deus Ex or Bloodlines, the game features some hub/quest design similarities.

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Daikatana

GreasyDogMeat's rating:
250

GreasyDogMeat says: (2000: id Tech 2) Numerous troubles and an engine switch from Quake 1 to 2 delayed development and Daikatana was buggy and outdated on release. Some fun to be found among the flaws.

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Anachronox

GreasyDogMeat's rating:
250

GreasyDogMeat says: (2001: id Tech 2) While Daikatana marked a low point for ION Storm, Anachronox was one of it's gems. The game is styled after console RPGs like Final Fantasy but improves on the genre with a large dose of humor, less grinding and a cool sci-fi plot.

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Warsow

GreasyDogMeat's rating:
250

GreasyDogMeat says: (2006: id Tech 2) An arena (Quake 3/Unreal Tournament style) shooter with cartoonish graphics. Features a unique dodge mechanic that allows you to bounce off walls.

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Medal of Honor: Allied Assault War Chest

GreasyDogMeat's rating:
250

GreasyDogMeat says: (2002 - 2003: Modified id Tech 3, Quake 3 engine) The game that started the military shooter craze. Many of the devs of Medal of Honor went on to create the Call of Duty franchise. The third in a series after the Playstation MoH & MoH: Underground.

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