You can download the files here by clicking on the links. My levels are
at the top
of the page.
I have also included other levels, files which I believe make good
I have not rated them, but given a description in what it is. I will
more to this and hopefully
make it a comprehensive list of levels I like.
If you want your level, TC, PC in this list, e-mail me and I will look
at it and
include it in the list.
first Doom levels
These are the very first levels I created using DoomEd.
Unfortunately, level 4 stuffed up, so only the first 3 are available.
have been touched up a little, but not much. They are pretty crappy
to the other levels on this page, but I still load them up and play
through them from time to time.
Other Doom and Doom II wads
Doom City This is a Doom 2 level that takes place in a city suburb. Good for single player and deathmatch, it has new textures and music. The suburb is well done, with a bank, 7-11 and a petrol station. It's realistic, very original and great fun to play.
Colony 7 This Doom 2 level takes place on a UAC colony on Mars. You have to escape from your detention cell and run amok a large and convincing city style landscape that is exceptionally well done. The monster placement is good, and you will always be kept on toes, with re-inforcements being sent into the doomed base while you are trying to get out.
Aliens-x (2.2 MEG) This is an Aliens TC. Its different from the other, more popular one, but I like this one because it has 27 levels! Thats a lot of alien killing carnage! The levels are not original, you may have played some of them before and they may not be as detailed as the other Alien TC. If you want to play through some new levels, with SCARY aliens, and I do mean scary, get this WAD.
Mars The architecture and design are somewhat standard, but I found it fun to play. Another outdoorsy level with lots of tall buildings and long tunnels.
New City A city level for Doom. Like Doom City, this recreates an urban area, except its on a larger scale. The design is good. There are new textures and the different parts of the city, such as the hotel, police station and tailors are well done. The tourist information centre has a map of the city showing where the key cards are. The puzzles are also good, making this a problem solving level, and a fun one at that.
The Invasion This is a Doom 1 megawad, it replaces all 4 episodes of ultimate Doom, as well as adding in new music, sounds, monsters and textures. The levels range in quality from good to superb. There is some very intense fighting in some very original enviroments, as well as quite a bit of puzzle solving, which adds an extra element to the game.
Odyssey Probably some of the best Doom II levels since the release of Doom II. This wad contains 7 challenging and magnificently crafted levels. Throughout the levels I was struggling for health and ammo, while trying to solve interesting puzzles. The design quality is equal to that of iD. This is a must have.
Simpsons Doom 1 The name pretty much says it all. All the demons replaces with various Simpsons characters and new sounds. The sounds actually work well and sound like they belong where they are and the sprites are pretty good. This is for Doom 1.
Simpsons Doom 2 This is similar to Simpsons for Doom 1. Pretty much just simpsons for Doom 1, with some changes in sounds, and the Doom II monsters replaced. Its worth getting, even of you have Simpsons Doom 1.
Hoover Dam A Doom II level that replicates the Hoover Dam. I have never seen it, but I guess its a good replica. It is a single player wad, requiring you to edge along the cliffs and clear out caves.
The Graveyard Doom 1 three level wad that starts in a graveyard and ends in the same graveyard! The most interesting thing about this WAD is that you revisit parts of previous levels! This was much like a Quake II unit, going forward to get a key, then go back to the start to use it. Of course in this wad it is an illusion, but its very convincing.
Mall A Doom II deathmatch level in a mall, with a pet store, music store, sports store and food court. New sounds, textures and village people music!
JFW Wierd name for a WAD but nice level with consistent gameplay. It was the authors first attempt, and not a bad one at that.
Quake levels and conversions
Zerstorer Widely recognised as the best quake addon, it's not hard to see why. Zerstorer has 7 new single player levels, and 5 new deathmatch ones, new guns, monsters and powerups. This is Quake at its most hellish. The atmosphere is reminiscent of Doom in parts, with blood, flesh and slime scattered around and a general feeling of dementedness and evil. The story is helped along by cut scenes, and as a single player game, it's top notch. This is definately worth the download. I strongly recommend you get this now, if you don't you are denying yourself a memorable Quake experience.
Ghost Town A unique, original level. With many levels being much like others, its good to see that there are levels that are nothing like anything else out there. This level is based in a ghost town, at about 1806. The town is very convincing. Play at skill 0 to shoot about 100 grunts in a real shotgun toting kill fest.
End of Time A great military base style level, but still somewhat original. Great gameplay and detailed architecture, it is about as good as military base style levels get.
Prey 2 Done by the author of End of Time, Prey 2 is somewhat similar. Seeing as End of Time was such a great level, thats hardly a criticism.
The Corpseyard A Quake deathmtach level by Tom Hall. A square arena with a lava lake underneath, and towers at the corners to snipe from. Watch for the frogs!
The Citadel of Doom A very detailed mansion style level, similar to Gloom Keep in Episode 1. Some intense fighting here that you usually don't find in other Quake levels. Just be warned that due to the detail, this level may run slower than others.
Jaw Breaker A military base style level, and a HUGE one at that. Gameplay is good, never getting annoying hard, or slow a dull. There are ton's of monsters and the design is superb. If killing over 100 grunts, enforcers and rottwielers in one level is your idea of fun, this is a level for you.
The Secret Installation Unbelievable level by Ikka "Fingers" Keranen. Looks like it came out of Quake II, well designwise anyway. All new textures, brutal gameplay and jaw dropping architecture. Probably one of the best Quake 1 levels there is.
Quake 2 levels and conversions
Fatal Operation A good military base style single player level. It's not one of the largest levels around, but it's fun to play and detailed. A great level for a quick Strogg killing fix.
Strogg Hideout Although its a small level, this level shows how small is sometimes good. This is a great level to play for a quick Strogg killing fix.
IKSP1 A Quake 2 level by Ikka Keranen. This is a military base style level. Like his other work, it provided challenging gameplay and detailed architecture that is just oozing with quality.
Wellspring of Murk (approx 2 Meg) Nice Quake 2 level with new textures and sounds. The attention to detail, both architectural and game play wise is impressive. The gameplay is a little light, which is great if you dont want to be encumbered with tons of monsters and puzzles that are frustrating to solve. The corridors in level looked great, and there was not one area of the map where it got dull.
Avarice and Torment This is a 3 level Quake II unit in which you must destroy a strogg reactor. This unit gives the impression of being one large level, rather than 3 seperate levels. Architecture and gameplay were good, in particular the huge indoor rooms populated with large pipes and lava.