A user has released a video of the classic Doom running in Mojang's open-world sandbox game, demonstrating that almost anything can be done in Minecraft. The fact that there's always something new to learn in this game accounts for how many players keep returning to the blocky universe. Despite being released in 2011 or 2009, if one includes the game's very early iterations, millions of individuals worldwide are constantly coming up with new things to make. \n \nMinecraft has undoubtedly impacted the industry, if not more so than the legendary 1993 game from id software. The original first-person shooter is still played today, even though it has been around for nearly 30 years. Doom has been downloaded and installed on various unusual gadgets, including a John Deere tractor, an iPod Mini, a vape pen, a treadmill, and more. Considering all the other systems that can currently play the game, albeit occasionally in a crude manner, the ability to run the game in Minecraft almost seems like a reasonable next step. \n \nThe most intriguing aspect of science dude123's work on Reddit is that they were able to make Doom playable on Minecraft's base game. The project had no involvement from mods. Therefore this means. The user claimed they could use the game's console command to design their compiler, which had 2.3 million command lines, to enable the FPS. Remember that even though it's the actual game running in Minecraft, it only moves at 1\/500th the speed. A video of it running has been sped up to depict how quickly the game often plays. Anyhow, it's still a remarkably outstanding achievement, mainly because no tweaks were applied. \n \nAt the opposite end of the scale, someone made a mod that essentially transformed Doom into Minecraft. It seems to imply that the games complement and are compatible with one another in addition to being both legendary IPs that have significantly impacted the industry. It will be intriguing to see what different distinctive things are built with only the vanilla edition of Mojang's game.