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About this game

Celebrate DOOM's 25th anniversary with the re-release of DOOM II. This beloved sequel to the groundbreaking DOOM (1993) gave players the brutal Super Shotgun to bear against deadlier demons, and the infamous boss, the Icon of Sin.

The re-release of DOOM II includes:
- The Master Levels, 20 additional levels made by the community and supervised by the developers


To save Earth, you must descend into the depths of hell, survive demon hordes, and take part in the fiercest battle ever.
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Sep 2, 2020

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4.4
2.55K reviews
John Curtis
June 5, 2020
I gotta say. You fixed everything. I heard the game was playable on Chromebook so I thought something changed. And it did. Sprinting no longer feels like trying to walk a drunk man. There's no little turn after taking your finger off the screen. And my favorite part, being able to load my saved game. The new interface is new. The old one was fine but the new one lacks that certain aesthetic. Overall very cool. Thanks Bethesda.
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A Google user
October 11, 2019
There is definitely a learning curve the controls to this port. I've used a couple of the source code based versions of Doom on Android and while they are much richer in features the game moves much too fast to use only touch controls. It took a couple levels and restarts to understand how they were trying to tackle the issue of strafing, turning, and firing. The answer is holding down to autofire. It takes getting used to but works out once it "clicks" for you.
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A Google user
July 27, 2019
It's Doom, so it's still fun and amazing. Except there are no options to change anything in the game except movement speed and Always Run. The controls are terrible and the input lag feels something like 200ms. The controls are setup in "fields" where the left side is movement, the middle is action, and the right is move/shoot. Needs aiming joystick and separate button for shooting. Tap is AWFUL. Swiping to aim has inertia so it feels jittery and messes up aiming a LOT. Makes it no fun and hard.
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What's new

Featuring 16:9 rendering, and support for DeHackEd-based Add-Ons, our new update for DOOM & DOOM II on all platforms is our biggest one yet! We have also improved performance, and now support 90hz and 120hz devices, which can be enabled in Video Options