You can get PC parts inside of Minecraft and play DOOM on a in-game PC

Minecraft players can now order PC parts in-game and play DOOM on an in-game virtual PC thanks to this amazing mod 'VM Computers'

Published Mon, Jul 27 2020 3:34 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:42 AM CST

PC gamers from around the world want to see DOOM playable on as many devices as possible, and now that quest has made its way to getting DOOM running inside of games.

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Thanks to Reddit user uDrunkMate, DOOM is now completely playable via a virtual PC inside of Mojang's creative title Minecraft. uDrunkMate has created a mod that allows players to order PC parts from a satellite orbiting around Minecraft; players can then build a computer and boot Windows 95 and other operating systems.

The mod takes advantage of another mod called VirtualBox, which is a free and open-source virtual machine software that is designed to run operating systems such as Windows 95. As you may have probably already imagined, there are some limitations when trying to play DOOM inside of Minecraft, and some of those limitations are frame-rate issues, as well as the fact that you have to play on a screen within a screen.

Since DOOM is now working inside of Minecraft, this will no doubt spark a quest for modders to see what other titles/applications they can get working inside of Minecraft. I would suspect that in the future, we are going to see some pretty cool implementations. If you are interested in checking out more information about this mod, follow this link here.

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