Someone Made the Seinfeld Apartment in Doom II

It also has a great start menu screen.


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Jerry Seinfeld's apartment from the '90s sitcom Seinfeld has been recreated in Doom II, giving you an inside look at the set in a totally new light.

Modder Doug Keener says it took him more than 100 hours to complete the project. As you can see in the video below, it makes use of custom textures for main characters Jerry, Elaine, George, Kramer, and Newman. There are also audio clips--"I proclaim this the summer of George!" and "These pretzels are making me thirsty" are among them--featured in the level.

The Doom II Seinfeld mod also includes a rather-excellent start menu. Skip ahead to the 20-second mark to see it; this is also where the gameplay starts.

This being a Doom mod, you can kill all of the show's main characters, if you want to, and there are even death animations. You can grab the map here, though, as always, be careful when downloading things on the internet.

Jerry Seinfeld's apartment is one of the most recognizable sets in TV history. It's previously been recreated in games like The Sims 4, while this impressive Oculus Rift virtual reality experience lets you walk through the apartment where the story of the Magic Loogie is told.

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