This game has unused music.
The 3DO Doom is pretty much a copy-paste of the Jaguar port, the main difference being that this one is for a console that cost $700 at launch. Due to a rush to complete this port in 10 weeks, this version is slower than the SNES one despite the 3DO's supposedly superior hardware. Still, it has some pretty awesome metal covers of the classic Doom songs!
Unlike many console ports of games, the source code is freely available.
Like many other 3DO games, these can be found in AIFC SDX2 format in the Songs directory.
The intro song, which the 3DO version simply doesn't use at all.
Sweet Little Dead Bunny, which played after the E3M8 ending text. This version has a cast roll in its place, which uses the E1M8 song instead.
|The Doom series|
|DOS||Doom (1993) (Prototypes) • Doom II: Hell on Earth • Final Doom|
|Windows||Doom (1993) (Prototypes) • Doom 3 (Prototypes) • Doom (2016) • Doom Eternal|
|Mac OS Classic||Doom (1993) (Prototypes) • Doom II: Hell on Earth • Final Doom|
|Mac OS X||Doom 3 (Prototypes)|
|Linux||Doom (1993) (Prototypes)|
|PlayStation||Doom (Prototypes) • Final Doom|
|Nintendo 64||Doom 64|
|Game Boy Advance||Doom • Doom II: Hell on Earth|
|J2ME||Doom RPG • Doom II RPG|
|Xbox 360||Doom II: Hell on Earth|
|PlayStation 3||Doom Classic Complete (Doom II: Hell on Earth, Final Doom)|