Carmack has again pledged to support the iPhone as a gaming platform, announcing plans for more Doom games.
Speaking at QuakeCon, id boss John Carmack has said that he's hoping to put out a new iPhone game every other month soon, expanding on existing id Software franchises and bolstering current games with new features.
Already Carmack has got some of id's most well-known franchises established on the platform, including Wolfenstein 3D Classic
, Wolfenstein RPG
and a new Doom game
. Going forward he wants to bring more and more id Software titles to the App Store
Planned titles apparently include Doom Classic
, complete with WiFi multiplayer, and an iPhone version of Quake 2
. Carmack even reckons that a port of Doom 3
is within his reach.
Speaking to Kotaku
, Carmack also mentioned bringing new features to existing id Software games on the iPhone - how does support for user-created levels in Wolfenstein 3D Classic
Carmack also made mention of a new title he's thinking about that will be based on upcoming apocalyptic shooter, Rage
. Planned as a racing game, the iPhone version will tie in to events in the full game somehow.
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