Folks who started gaming with iD Software’s Doom will definitely have fond memories of that bad-ass marine, especially with the blood flowing out of his helmet upon his death. Well, JJ decided to bring the classic gaming title back home with the DIY doomBox – using a chassis of an unwanted Kodak DC290 camera, running on the Digita OS alongside an existing Doom port. JJ also came up with his own button board, relying on the traditional keyboard setup with corresponding keys for a more comfortable gaming experience. Good luck circle strafing a Cyberdemon with this configuration sans mouse though.
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