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DOOM: SCARYDARKFAST by Dan Pinchbeck

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DOOM: SCARYDARKFAST
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Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0472051911
ISBN-13: 9780472051915
Number of pages: 200

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In December 1993, gaming changed forever. id Software's seminal shooter DOOM was released and it shook the foundations of the medium. This is a book about what is considered the most important first-person game ever made; about the blueprint that has defined one of the most successful genres of digital gaming.

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