Way back in an alternative Victorian Britain after a nuclear holocaust, a mad genius, Baron Fortescue, who’s a Professor in early computers, time and space, invents a huge mechanical machine: The Chaos Engine. Predictably enough, the machine runs out of control and starts ripping apart the very fabric of time and space. In addition, the Engine turns the innocent inhabitants of a nearby village into guardian monsters in order to protect itself. You probably remember this scenario very well. The Chaos Engine is back and this time in 3D! Doomsday Machine aims to bring the gameplay of the Amiga classic The Chaos Engine to Doom. The new mod for Doom 1 offers superb Bitmap graphics and is very enjoyable to play.
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