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Lego artist Iain Heath made an incredible Lego tribute to Doom, the video game that helped define the first-person-shooter genre. Heath spent over three months putting together all the intricate details for the build, and the finished product is an epic nod to the 1993 game that started it all.

This Doom Demon stands no chance against our hero's deadly Lego chainsaw.

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These Lego imps shoot fireballs at our hero, but he knows how to strafe. Lego artist Iain Heath's Doom model measures 6 feet long.

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Cacodemons like this one were the subject of many a nightmare in my childhood, with their creepy green eye and deadly plasma fireballs.

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The flaming-skeleton Lost Souls were equally terrifying, launching at you at incredible speeds once they spotted you. Of course, they weren't all that smart, and Doom's original manual described them as "Dumb. Tough. Flies. On Fire. 'Nuff said."

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Armed with nothing but a chainsaw, our hero in artist Iain Heath's Lego Doom model goes after demons and imps while trying to score a rocket launcher before exiting the level.

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