Think you’ve seen the last of doom work on random stuff? Think again. Husqvarna Landscaping Technology Company on some of its robotic lawnmowers. So you can mow down hellspawn right before you mow down stray blades of grass.

Here’s the deal. It will only be available on the company’s Automower Nera robotic lawnmower models from this April. Once downloaded, you can play the game through the mower’s on-board display. Turning the control knob turns Doomguy left and right, and pressing the knob makes you shoot. Holding down the start button initiates forward movement. It is doom. You know the drill.

There are some caveats here. First, you must register to download the software by September 9th. It won’t be available to US residents, despite Husqvarna to sell more robotic lawnmowers in the United States. Finally, it’s just the game running on the on-board display. It’s not like the lawnmower turns your yard into a real level, with unwanted foliage representing demonic enemies. Still, it’s always nice to see doom keep doing your job.

The idea to make the shooter available to lawnmower enthusiasts came after a successful test in which took place in Sweden last December. This is just the latest example of doom pops up where it shouldn’t. We’ve seen how FPS works and even in other games, like the sequel and Recently, doom was spotted with a frame rate so brutal it would take 600 years to get to the end.

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