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Stop Doomscrolling and start DOOMscrolling with this Twitter Bot Post every frame of DOOM

Speed ​​your way through DOOM by holding down the spacebar.


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Doomscrolling is probably the most common bad habit people have on the Internet, but now you can stop doomscrolling and start DOOMscrolling. Someone made a Twitter bots post a frame from DOOM at the beginning of every hour. Posts start late in the game, so when the bot has finally completed its task, you’ll be able to run DOOM on Twitter by holding down your spacebar.

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“Your hourly reminder to stop doomscrolling and start DOOMscrolling,” the account description reads. You can enjoy “all 15,770 DOOM frames (starting at the end).”

As a result, whenever you get tired of sifting through all the bad news on Twitter, you’ll soon be able to turn your attention to more cheerful topics by watching the devil get destroyed. in a period of time. The year suddenly started off so much better.


90 FPS first-person perspective from the Doom of the Doom Guy shooting an Imp while being attacked by a Zombieman

This happened after a strange news stream about DOOM. The man behind the game, John Romero, recently revealed for example that DOOM doesn’t actually take place on March 15, 2022 as many fans previously believed. So all is well because the last thing we need this year is a demonic invasion. People have also managed to get the game running on practically every platform imaginable including graphical calculators, pregnancy tests, and rotary phones. Someone even taught rat how to play DOOM with neural interface.

The future is clearly bright for the DOOM franchise. While it’s hard to say what the next move might be, fans can be sure it will be both sinister and weird. Those demons won’t kill themselves after all.

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