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President People on Feb 27th 2010
An underwater map built in and around a scaled-up generator.
You'll need to do some swimming here; set your run key to something easy to reach if you haven't already.
Psycho Physics file:
*Movement is quicker underwater.
*All weapons fire underwater.
*Fusion Pistol fires safely underwater.
*All shots, including monsters' shots, will now fire underwater.
*The S'pht will not float to the top of the map. Instead, their "jump" height is left at it's highest.
The latter additions were made to make Psychomanteus more compatible with the Survival.Lua script. Enjoy.
Notes for version 2.0:
Weapons and Ammo. Okay, this time I really ramped up the numbers.
Made more items floaty.
Physics no longer merged; I think there was an error with Atque.
1691 downloads, 6 reviews, 2 screenshots, 3.2 rating
Infra Apogee 2.0.0
Windbreaker on Dec 30th 2015
The final edition of my third multiplayer mappack includes 20 maps for Marathon Infinity. This pack uses texture sets from all 3 games, with 5 Marathon 1 "themed" maps, 7 Durandal maps, and 8 standard Infinity maps.
Notes for version 2.0.0:
- Features 3 new maps: "The Emperor of Finite Space", "Objective Permanence", and "Tempus Fugit".
- Moves the hill on "The Cylindrical" to the highest ledge.
- Fixes Kill the Man with the Ball on "Doctor Jazz".
- Fixes various texturing errors on other maps.
2687 downloads, 6 reviews, 20 screenshots, 5.0 rating
irons on Oct 20th 2007
JUICE is a Java-based--and, therefore, cross-platform--utility for editing map files. It can't replace a dedicated editor like Forge, but it is capable of editing several aspects of map files, most of which are geared toward fixing and tweaking network maps. For example, you can edit existing and place new level objects; you can change monster and item parameters; you can do some things that no other editor will let you do. If you're a mapmaker who needs to edit these sorts of things, but without consistent access to a Macintosh, give JUICE a try.
A manual is included, both in HTML and PDF forms.
v1.1.1 adds the ability to embed shapes patches.
v1.1 includes the long-anticipated texture converter.
2503 downloads, 6 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating
RyokoTK on Jan 15th 2010
KTA3: The Complete Masterworks is every Kill Them All map to date, as well as 12 new maps, in one massive 38-map mega-mini-scenario adventure.
If you want to play co-op, using Co-op.lua is nearly a requirement.
Notes for version 1.10:
Added two more maps and fixed a lot of bugs, mostly related to co-op.
3404 downloads, 6 reviews, 1 screenshot, 4.8 rating
[M] Harmonium 1.0
heron on Jan 28th 2010
My first netmap. Harmonium is a small- to medium-sized map, best for about 4-5 players. It includes an embedded MML script for starting the player with the assault rifle and SMG.
The map is not terribly large, but at 844 polygons, it is very detailed, and may slow down for some players using OpenGL Shader mode.
I welcome any feedback.
Notes for version 1.0:
Corrected version; the first upload did not include the embedded MML file. It has been fixed.
1661 downloads, 6 reviews, 3 screenshots, 4.7 rating
Heretical Cyborg 1.2
VikingBoyBilly on Mar 7th 2012
Heretical Cyborg is VikingBoyBilly's first complete single player map. It is also customized for co-operative play. It is modeled after the first map of Heretic, E1M1 "The Docks," and is an attempt at remaking a Doom-engine map into the Marathon Infinity Engine.
It started off as an entry for Kill Them All: Volume IV, but the polygon count went up too high. Instead of letting it go to waste, here is this completed standalone map for you to play.
Notes for version 1.2:
Following a lot of suggestions from Ryoko and Brilliant, the shading has been enhanced, textures have been re-aligned, the architecture of the dock has been remade (the posts were missing before), and scenery has been added, with l'howon cylinders as a 'barrel' substitute.
1416 downloads, 6 reviews, 1 screenshot, 3.0 rating
brilliant on Jul 26th 2010
This is my first netmap.
Notes for version 1.1:
New in version 1.1
added platforms near shotguns
added an smg close to a player's starting position on the high ledge
added shading changed stair lighting from 100% to 0% to 100% to 50%
added some more ammo
changed speeds of platforms
changed a teleport destination
fixed a wall that had the wrong blue texture
added new texture to higher level hallway
1534 downloads, 6 reviews, 1 screenshot, 3.0 rating
treellama on Apr 1st 2012
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.
20241 downloads, 6 reviews, 1 screenshot, 4.3 rating
Kill Them All IV 1.00
RyokoTK on Jul 17th 2012
52 maps, including 15 new ones, and a trendy hub world. The final word in the KTA trilogy.
EDIT 2/11/2014: Please use the Previous AI plugin with Aleph One 1.1 for this scenario. http://simplici7y.com/items/aleph-one-previous-ai
Continue to stop crying.