Doom refers to a state or feeling of impending and inevitable destruction and ruin, far beyond mere trouble. It can also mean the following things:
- dōm (pronounced "doom"), the Anglo-Saxon word meaning "judgment", "law"
- Doom book the Laws of King Aelfred, Legal Code of Alfred the Great, Code of Alfred 893
- Doom Book, a list kept in the 1930s by United States censor Will Hays
- Doom (painting), a painting that depicts the Last Judgment
- Other media
- Doom Trilogy, a series of text adventure games for home computers (beginning with Countdown to Doom)
- Mount Doom, a volcano in J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings
- Doctor Doom, a supervillain and ruler of a small country within the Marvel Comics universe
- Judge Doom, the villain of the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit
- Black Doom, leader of the Black Arms in the Sonic the Hedgehog fictional universe
- Doom (professional wrestling)
- Doom, a Final Fantasy dark magic spell that causes the target to die in three turns
- Thulsa Doom, the snake-like villain played by James Earl Jones in the motion picture Conan the Barbarian
- See also Doom series.
is a series of video games by id Software
, and several licensed properties have been based on the series.
- Doom (video game), a first-person shooter computer game released in 1993
- Doom II
- Master Levels for Doom II
- doom:Depths of Doom Trilogy, a compilation consisting of Ultimate Doom, Doom II, Master Levels for Doom II, and doom:Maximum Doom.
- Final Doom, a 64-level continuation of the Doom II story released in 1996
- Doom 64, first person shooter for the Nintendo 64 released in 1997
- Doom 3, a re-imagining of the first game released in 2004
- Doom 4, an announced but yet to be released installment in the Doom series
- Doom (film), a movie based on the computer game series of the same name
- Doom RPG, a role-playing game for mobile phones, based on the first-person shooter computer game
- Doom: The Boardgame, a board game adaptation of the computer game