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Doom Resurrection is a 2009 iPhone mobile game. It is an on-rails shooter that uses the same engine as Doom 3 and functions as a prequel to Doom 3 and Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil.


"Immerse yourself in the first person on rails experience that takes your iPhone or iPod Touch beyond previously imagined limits. Introducing DOOM Resurrection, a brand new, technologically advanced, heart-pounding chapter in the legendary DOOM Saga!

Scientists on a remote research facility on Mars have lost control of their experiment and all Hell has broken loose. As the last surviving Marine in your unit, you must defeat Hell’s minions and unravel the mystery of what has happened on Mars. Earth’s future depends on you!

Courage alone will not be enough to stand up to the evil that awaits you. Utilize a devastating arsenal of weapons, helpful NPC’s and your environment to succeed. With an assault rifle, shotgun, a vicious chainsaw, and more, you will even the odds in a raging battle against unnatural beasts hell-bent on flaying your flesh and damning your soul.

With its revolutionary control scheme, breathtaking visuals, and intense story, DOOM Resurrection is sure to provide the adrenaline rush you’ve been craving.

Do you have what it takes to defeat evil and survive the Resurrection?"
― Official description


Doom Resurrection is an on-rails mobile game. To aim, players would use the accelerometer in the phone to shift the crosshair around. There are four buttons on the screen: reload in top right, weapon swap in top left, fire in bottom right, and dodge/cover (situational) in bottom left. To collect ammo and health, players would need to tap the screen at the location of the item. There is no ammo in the game.

The game has four difficulty modes, like Doom 3: Recruit, Marine, Veteran, and Nightmare.

Gameplay can be a bit slow. There is rarely any progression while enemies (rarely more than two at a time) are on screen, and there are moments where there are back-to-back-to-back waves of enemies. At the end of each level, players get ranked based on their performance - accuracy, head shots, secret items, etc. If the player dies, they'll reload at the last checkpoint at 100 health, regardless of how much health they had when reaching the checkpoint (at least at Marine difficulty).

Other than the opening cinematic, which shares elements of Doom 3's opening cinematic, there is no voiced dialogue, with the story told entirely through text.



June 2145.
UAC Research Facility, Mars City.

At approximately 21:00 hours UMT, an experiment in the Delta Labs triggered an unknown event, resulting in the systematic invasion of the entire facility. Marine forces have been deployed to hot spots around the facility, with many teams encountering heavy resistance. Bravo Team was ambushed in the EnPro facility while searching for survivors.

You are the last surviving member of that team.


From: UAC Corporate -- To: Earth Press Corps
Date: 2145 -- Subject: INCIDENT AT MARS CITY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Following the regrettable accident at an off-world UAC Weapons Research Facility (Mars City), the UAC reports the complete loss of the facility and all personnel. The UAC extends our condolences to family members and friends. Those who lost their lives knew the risks of offworld research and development and the UAC salutes their sacrifice. An official investigation has been launched, and the UAC is dedicated to rebuilding the Mars facility with enhanced safety protocols. For more information please contact the UAC PR Department.



Like the graphics and weapons, the enemy roster borrows from Doom 3, though it has a limited cast.



  • EnPro Labs
  • Enpro Underground
  • Tunnels
  • Delta Labs
  • Gehenna
  • Abaddon
  • Alpha Labs
  • Mars City


  • The story follows a similar narrative to Doom 3: The Lost Mission, where the player takes control over a Bravo Team marine who survived an ambush, and works with a surviving scientist to shut down portals the demons are using, before managing to escape Mars City.