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17/07/2013 11:50 BST | Updated 16/09/2013 06:12 BST

Doom:One Remake Of ID's Classic FPS Includes Continuous Levels, Heavy Metal, Iron Sights (VIDEO)

Doom was one of the most influential and popular video games of all time on its release 20 years ago in 1993 - and it was also one of the most technically advanced. Sadly, time hasn't been kind to its pixelated, jerky motion form - although when we played it again recently we still preferred it to the 3D Doom 3.

In an effort to preserve its best bits, however - boosted with new lighting, graphics, "iron sights" (zoom-in aiming) and continuous levels, modder AdamClare87 has rebuilt the game virtually from the ground up.

Doom:One is a totally new version of the classic FPS, in the fine tradition of enhanced Doom mods, with all the above features as well as new secrets, a fully remade metal soundtrack and more besides. We've copied the first full playthrough video above for your enjoyment. If you're into it, download the beta version of the software.

(Via Kotaku)