QuakeCon 2010 is a free four day gaming festival that takes place down in Dallas, TX every year. QuakeCon is host to a massive LAN as gamers from all over bring their PC's to come play games locally, see the latest software and hardware from various vendors, and compete in various tournaments. I've never been able to make it to the event, but it's always been high on my to do list as friends of mine who go every year routinely rave about what an awesome time QuakeCon is.

...But just because we're not in Texas this weekend doesn't mean we're missing out on all the QuakeCon festivities, as to celebrate the event id Software has significantly dropped the price of all of their iPhone games. These games are all worth owning, and highly recommended.

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DOOM Resurrection, $6.99 → $1.99 - Everything that is awesome about a modern Doom game applied to a rails shooter. The fact that the game is on rails was a point of tons of controversy when the game was originally released, but we thought it was absolutely awesome in our review and is still high up there among the best looking iPhone games to this day.

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Wolfenstein 3D Classic Platinum, $1.99 → 99¢ - It's hard to get much more classic than Wolfenstein 3D when it comes to first person shooters. The iPhone port has a wide array of control options and since its initial release was update to Platinum which includes more maps, more bosses, and even custom map support. There's also a lite version to try.

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DOOM Classic, $6.99 → $1.99 - This game hardly needs an introduction, but much like Wolfenstein 3D, this classic first person shooter is right at home on the iPhone with a ton of control options, along with 36 missions to play through across four episodes. Doom Classic has both deathmatch and cooperative multiplayer, but unfortunately you can only play with local players.

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DOOM II RPG, $3.99 → 99¢ - This odd spin on the Doom universe still has you killing demons with huge guns, but this time it's in a turn based RPG setting. It's a little weird, but once you get past the whole Doom going from a first person shooter to an RPG, Doom II RPG is a ton of fun. For more details and gameplay video head over to our review.

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Wolfenstein RPG, $1.99 - This isn't on sale as it's published by EA, but it's odd to mention the rest of id's lineup without Wolfenstein RPG. It plays very similar to Doom II RPG, although the plot and events that transpire in Wolf RPG seemed substantially more wacky. Check out our review for more information on exactly how many chickens you'll be kicking in this game.

QuakeCon goes all weekend, and these sales will only last for the duration of the event. If you've been thinking of picking any of these games up, make sure you do it by Sunday night.

  • SalsaMD

    Doom Resurrection would look/play even better with some retina display and gyroscope love...

    • http://mayblogmaynot.blogspot.com Maniacfive

      So true! went to play it again the other day but after E:GR and NOVA it just wasn't the same.

  • SalsaMD

    Doom Resurrection would look/play even better with some retina display and gyroscope love...

    • http://mayblogmaynot.blogspot.com Maniacfive

      So true! went to play it again the other day but after E:GR and NOVA it just wasn't the same.

  • http://itracki.com Ryuketsu

    I actually live really close to Dallas, might go check it out.

  • http://itracki.com Ryuketsu

    I actually live really close to Dallas, might go check it out.

  • Jindo Fox

    How about some additional WAD support in Doom Classic? I'd love to have Doom II in the same engine.

  • Jindo Fox

    How about some additional WAD support in Doom Classic? I'd love to have Doom II in the same engine.

  • Chris Caldwell

    I wish id software would put Quake in the App Store.

    • tommy

      Yeah they will, John said so and they are going chronologically with this so you will see Quake, Quake II and Quake 3 in that order. Also some game based on the new Rage IP possibly coming to the App Store. QuakeCon big new starting shortly anyway so we will be more informed before the day is out.

  • Chris Caldwell

    I wish id software would put Quake in the App Store.

    • tommy

      Yeah they will, John said so and they are going chronologically with this so you will see Quake, Quake II and Quake 3 in that order. Also some game based on the new Rage IP possibly coming to the App Store. QuakeCon big new starting shortly anyway so we will be more informed before the day is out.

  • Rad

    Its been a while since Id released an Iphone game. With QuakeCon going on I would think we will see Quake showing up in the store any minute :)

  • Rad

    Its been a while since Id released an Iphone game. With QuakeCon going on I would think we will see Quake showing up in the store any minute :)

  • drelbs

    If EA was smart, they'd drop Wolf RPG to $0.99 again to ride along with id's sale...

  • drelbs

    If EA was smart, they'd drop Wolf RPG to $0.99 again to ride along with id's sale...

  • Jenz

    Too bad I have already got the good ones :( (doom classic, doom resurrection and wolfenstein 3d)

  • Jenz

    Too bad I have already got the good ones :( (doom classic, doom resurrection and wolfenstein 3d)

  • Coffinfeeder

    Just purchased doom 2 rpg.. Although I still haven't finished wolf rpg :p

  • Coffinfeeder

    Just purchased doom 2 rpg.. Although I still haven't finished wolf rpg :p

  • Pholly

    I've been waiting for a Doom II RPG sale, thank you ID :D

  • Pholly

    I've been waiting for a Doom II RPG sale, thank you ID :D

  • seleneluna

    None of these are available in Japanese app store. So frustrating.

  • seleneluna

    None of these are available in Japanese app store. So frustrating.