Doom 64 is a 1997 first-person shooter game developed and published by Midway Games for the Nintendo 64. Gameplay: Doom 64 plays similarly to earlier games in the Doom series. The player must advance through 28 story levels (and 4 secret levels) by battling demons, collecting weapons and keys, and activating switches to reach the level’s exit while surviving deadly ambushes and traps. The Doom engine and gameplay elements were customized, and all visual assets such as weapon and monster graphics are unique to Doom 64. Weapons All the weapons from Doom II are present, but redrawn with new sprites and sound effects. The chainsaw has two blades instead of one, the fists have bloodstained gloves instead of brass knuckles, the plasma gun has an electric core that emits a sparking sound when equipped, the rocket launcher has a small kick when fired, pushing the player back slightly, the shotgun’s priming handle is at the grip instead of under the barrel, and the double-barreled “Super” shotgun reloads faster and causes recoil.