Vanilla Doom

From ZDoom Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
DoomWiki.org
For more information on this article, visit the Vanilla Doom page on the Doom Wiki.

Vanilla Doom is used to refer to Doom running without a source port on the original executable. In order to avoid desynchronizations in multiplayer, players must have their vanilla Doom's IWAD patched to 1.9. Rebuilding the NODES in the original maps will also cause them to desynchronize. Foreign language versions of the vanilla Doom IWADs may have rebuilt versions of the nodes as well, making them incompatible with one another in multiplayer.