DOOM Chip Game
For those who weren’t yet around when the original DOOM was released back in 1993, this first-person shooter, developed by id Software, was distributed freely as shareware and played by an estimated 21-million people within two years. However, the full game, with a total of three episodes, had to be purchased by mail order. Fast forward to today, programmer Sylvain Lefebvre has created a custom computer chip designed specifically to play a custom build of this game. Read more for a video and additional information.

Officially called “The DooM-chip!,” it is programmed to run E1M1 until the end of time, or when power runs out, whichever comes first. The algorithm has been burned into wires, LUTs and flip-flops on an FPGA. There’s no CPU, opcodes, or instruction counter, and it also runs on Altera CycloneV + SDRAM. All it took to get everything running was an ominous 666 lines of code.

VANGUARD Personal Gaming Environment for Xbox One S, Xbox One, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360 (Consoles Not Included) - Black - Xbox One
  • Storage bags hold your Controllers, power supplies, and other accessories
  • Shoulder strap, and sticker kit included, Resolution 1366 x 768, display colors (8 bit) 16.7M, Audio integrated stereo speakers
  • Removable center badge on the case exterior for future customization
  • Comes in a pretty Little package: peg Sling, accessory storage bags, custom Fit EVA foam base (Xbox One upgrade kit included), HDMI cable, power supply, Mad respect
  • Interior case LED lighting. Product Dimensions 19.75 w x 7 d x 16.75 H inches. Compatibility: Xbox One , Xbox 360 E, Xbox 360 S, Xbox 360 Elite, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 Slim