If you feel like wastin' some time... This is the first level I got to work over and over again with different alterations. I didn't know doomworld reviewed all the stuff, nor did I throw away a single level unless it more or less never functioned. All of the series were come up with as I was just learning. After I got other "shapes" and formats to work I just became obsessed with this one shape similar to a Z for sequel and trilogy purposes. I called the trilogy in 1994 "Chambers of Death" when it started, which if I'm not mistaken was November. Me redoing this series is pretty much just for my own personal amusement. If like I said you have time to waste feel free! It's good to practice DOOM combat without levels being the primary focus. This level format being made into full series' is a fun obsession of mine. I can test other things not having to do with level design as well, as you will see in Z-Chambers 4


CHAMBERS 1 1995 (Doom 1)
CHAMBERS 2 1995 (Doom 1)
CHAMBERS 3 1995 (Doom 1)
Z-CHAMBERS 4 2021 (Doom 2)
(A few test maps here and there ;)

I was a pretty bored kid.
The second level format I was able to get work...
Became its own 30+ level game as well ;)

It's basically a zig zag full of enemies and power-ups.
Very seldom will a door happen, and it won't happen very well, but...

Yeah, fuck it!


If you want something to kill me about... try Episode 4!!!

(1995) Filesize 137Kb

Before, when this was just up on /idgames archive, the only way to access these levels was to extract the lump NMARE1 from the insides of the Nightmares 2 wad I was so embarassed. Maybe if I named things without numbers it could have been forgotten forever.

This fifth level collection was me figuring it all out more. There were no doors yet and millions of bugs. However, for the most part, the levels differ in layout and shapes. I think I actually did Battlefieldz and Chambers 2-3 after this but who cares. Lets just pretend these are jokewads and call it a day.

The section with these wads probably should have been called something like "My Very First Doom Levels" or something to that effect. But since the title screen of this paticular wad proudly boasts "(SUCKS)" I think that would have misled people into believing there is any shred of "good level" available. These are up here as a joke!

One of the comments when I accidently threw these up for review without realizing that was the next step, stated that labelling the title with "SUCKS" was a cry for undeserved sympathy. No man, it's just fact.

(1995) Filesize 503Kb DOWNLOAD NOW
Doors and Floors, etc. This was a pretty good start to figuring things out finally, so this file got its own release to be (that I didn't expect to be) reviewed on doomworld's idarchive file system of course. These are all 7 a precursor to Doom Chaos 3 that had no prequels like I had planned, but hey!

(1995) Filesize 439Kb DOWNLOAD NOW
Complete with an awesome classical soundtrack, this is the first mod that I let others in my household play when I was young. These were also made for my adopted younger siblings that spanned 5-7 years younger than myself at the time, so traditional DOOM was too hard for them. This concludes the extremely laughable/horrendous wastes of time. Doom Chaos 3 is actually pretty good for a mid-90's wad. I am sad it was never on a CD-ROM of doom levels even by accident when shovelware for doom was popular. I would have put stuff out way faster than I did after this!

After making this I "downgraded" level quality for Doom Chaos 1 and 2 on graph paper. Then I just said no to that and moved onto the first Loki game.

Doom Chaos 3, though still not that great in quality, is my favorite of these old embarassments. There is even a special "Chambers of Death" tribute in one of the levels