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DelphiDoom

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This is the translation of the Linux C source code of the game Doom to the Delphi programming language. Many features have been added to take advantage of modern hardware: External hi-res textures, advanced 32 bit color software renderer, OpenGL support, md2 models, sloped floors & ceilings, 3d middle floors, voxels, dynamic lightmaps, mp3 music, custom actor definition and more... In addition provides accurate demo playback of many Vanilla Doom demos. Supported games include: Doom, Doom2, Heretic, Hexen, Chex Quest, Chex Quest 2 and Strife.

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Features

  • Advanced true color software renderer supporting external textures, lights and transparency
  • OpenGL renderer
  • Good demo compatibility (Doom Branch only)
  • Limit removing engine
  • Widescreen support
  • Frame interpolation exceed the build-in 35Hz TICRATE (both software and OpenGL mode)
  • Console for setting enviroment variables and executing commands
  • Automap rotation and overlay
  • Textured automap
  • Custom actor definition via ACTORDEF lumps
  • Advanced PascalScript to customize levels and actors
  • MP3 and midi music support
  • Voxel support
  • DeHackEd and BEX support
  • Easy launcher to control the most common tasks
  • Sloped floors and ceilings
  • 3d Middle Floors (currently only one per sector)
  • Support for HI_START & HI_END namespace inside PWADs
  • Support for md2 (Quake) models (OpenGL renderer only)
  • Post-processing effect to eliminate perspective distortion in software rendering mode
  • Multithreading software renderer (up to 256 logical CPUs)
  • External high resolution textures inside PK3 files.

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  • 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Program crashes when playing mp3 with VBR-bitrate.

    Posted 07/07/2016
  • 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Great! I dreamed to have this 10 years ago! :)

    Posted 12/16/2012
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    Wow, very impressive !

    Posted 07/28/2012
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

Delphi/Kylix

Registered

2007-05-21

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