The initial Doom video games are entirely deserving of decade-spanning fandom, and this Do It Yourself tribute from YouTube creator Games Made of Cardboard is among the most innovative and high-effort videos I’ve seen.
It’s what you ‘d get out of a cardboard-ification of Doom II– until it isn’t. It truly goes locations.
The task’s creator, Expense Thorpe, didn’t simply fastidiously recreate the levels, devils, and HUD of Doom II using cardboard (and great deals of phony blood), he likewise wrote a full-on script to record the essence of this cherished video game. It was a nine-month labor of love that he was “delighted and relieved” to lastly end up.
The truth that he got John Romero in for a fast cameo is the cherry on top for this wild venture.
[Via The Verge]