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Nature's Peace 1.0
treellama on Jun 26th 2013
Envy on Aug 17th 2009
I have looked through just about everything on this map and nothing leads me to believe anything is wrong with it.
Notes for version .0003:
i now have Oasis and Fire in the Pfhorge Native format, and whatever the output of the pfhorge export is. if you download it, tell me what version of Aleph One you are running, and what platform you're on. thanks.
1179 downloads, 5 reviews, 0 screenshots, 5.0 rating
Dodopod on Aug 12th 2009
Blauwe Vingers - English 1.2 English
Crater Creator on Nov 2nd 2013
This is an English translation of the Aleph One scenario "Blauwe Vingers", originally in Dutch. All due credit for the original scenario and game content belongs to Tim Vogel and Stage Game Studio. The translation was the combined effort of myself, Drictelt, and Google's translation service.
This is a translation of the map file only, which means only terminal text, map text, level names, and console text are translated. Everything else, like interface text, loading screen text, and audio, is unchanged at this time.
To install, move Kaart.sceA into the "Data" subfolder of your Blauwe Vingers installation. For more information, see the included read me file.
Notes for version 1.2 English:
This is the first release, compatible with Blauwe Vingers 1.2.
1466 downloads, 2 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating
Adminn_1 on Jul 11th 2019
A small pack of medium Infinity netmaps in the Wolf3D style, to be updated continuously. The newest one (07/11/19) is "Secret Machine Life". The other two were previously released individually: "Through Havoc's Various Nodes" and "Trial's Parallax" (originally released for Yuge). Future netmaps made in this style will be packaged in updates of this upload, with update notices and individual download links included in the description for those who already downloaded a previous release. This way Simplici7y won't be "clogged" or "spammed".
279 downloads, 2 reviews, 3 screenshots, 5.0 rating
AnonFriction on Dec 14th 2019
A pack of netscripts for Infinity (I believe most of these should function in other Scenarios as well)
-Headhunter: Kill players, collect keys, and take the keys to the hill to score!
-Infection: Don't get infected!
-Kill Confirmed: Kill the enemy team and collect the dropped items to gain points
-Life Support: Your health is slowly draining, get kills to extend your life
-One in the Chamber: You have one shot. Make it count.
-Readme with more gametype info
-Created by: AnonFriction -Additional Help: Liacrow
-AnonFriction on the pfhorums, discord, and twitter
103 downloads, 2 reviews, 0 screenshots, 5.0 rating
Hopper on Jul 17th 2011
For the first time in digital quality, you can hear Marathon's music as it first shipped in 1994.
The default M1A1 tracks use QuickTime 2.5, released in 1996, which changed some of the instruments. These files were recorded with QuickTime 2.0, which shipped with Marathon, to capture what it sounded like when Bungie first released the game.
1847 downloads, 2 reviews, 0 screenshots, 5.0 rating
Tim Vogel on Dec 6th 2007
The TTEP (Total Texture Enhancement Package) is a massive package containing remakes of the original textures from the Marathon trilogy.
It replaces the original low-quality textures with new high-ress versions with a maximum size of 1024x1024 pixels. I've tried to get them as close to the originals as possible.
New in version 7.0:
Script files have been cleaned up and files have been renamed to make it more clear how to install.
All textures are now optimized .DDS files, with increased performance as well as quality!
Textures can now be scaled down in Aleph One's OpenGL settings. This also makes the TTEP a single size package, there's no longer 4 different sizes.
A lot of the textures have tiny flaws removed, some are completely redone to make them look better.
The Textures are now divided by their games, meaning you're not forced to download and use the Marathon 2 Textures when you only want the Marathon 1 replacements for example.