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Visciom on Aug 14th 2007
m23redux Plugin v1.1
tim4i on Nov 15th 2010
3x extra sprites to tie in with Viscioms Weapon Enhancement Pack 1.4.1 (Works with both M2 & M3)
-Fist GFX removed in this release.
NOTE: You need OpenGL to run this pack.
NOTE: Some sprites are courtesy of Tim Vogel. They are his original art, and are used in this MOD under agreement.
Notes for version v1.1:
Plugin Support Release.
-Please post comments / bugs on Pfhorums.
4039 downloads, 4 reviews, 1 screenshot, 4.8 rating
RyokoTK on Feb 7th 2021
irons on Aug 14th 2013
This Lua script introduces a number of changes and tweaks in the mechanics of co-operative games. Version 2 has a number of improvements thanks to the new Lua API found in Aleph One v0.20.
See the Readme file for a whole lot more detail.
Notes for version 2.2:
Added a few minor changes, including one that allows the script to work with the post-1.0 betas.
3852 downloads, 4 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.
3373 downloads, 6 reviews, 1 screenshot, 4.8 rating
Switch on Jun 1st 2011
Simplici7y is a file sharing web application for the Aleph One community, written in with Ruby on Rails and hosted alongside The Pfhorums.
The project is named after a 7-polygon mapping challenge, which focuses on doing more with less.
When Fileball.org suffered downtime in early 2007, Jon Irons saw the need to fill the gap as soon as possible. He came to me with his idea for a new project. Jon's support was fundamental to the development and successful launch of Simplici7y, and I consider this project his as much as it is mine.
Simplici7y came online on the second anniversary of The Pfhorums. After Fileball.org was destroyed in a fire, S7 became the de facto place to publish. In the 4 years it has been online, there have been over 150,000 downloads, 300 items and 800 reviews.
Notes for version :
- Added the ability to host projects outside of Simplici7y
- Moved the project to github
- User interface improvements
- Visual improvements
- Stronger buttons
- Thinner header
- Moved links to the new footer
- Added more tags to the sidebar
- Improved many of the forms
More in the six year anniversary thread on the Pfhorums.
3287 downloads, 3 reviews, 5 screenshots, 2.3 rating
Red Spectrum 2.02
RyokoTK on Jun 20th 2007
Physics Editor One J 1.1.6
HogePiyo454 on Aug 29th 2010
Kill Them All! 1.02
RyokoTK on Jun 19th 2007
Kill Them All is a short but intense mini-scenario for Marathon Infinity. It is a collaborative project, wherein the goal for each mapper was to make complete, high-quality maps that had no more than 100 polygons.
KTA features 15 levels by myself, screamingfool, Kinetic Turtle, irons, and Shadowbreaker. It's a difficult but action-packed game -- very fun.
3095 downloads, 3 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating
W'rkncacnter on Aug 30th 2020
This is a full port of the 1993 mac game "Pathways Into Darkness" by Bungie to the Aleph One engine. Therefore, Pathways into Darkness is now available on Windows, Linux, and Mac.
Note: You must use the latest version of Aleph One for this to work correctly. It is currently version 1.3 and can be found here: https://github.com/Aleph-One-Marathon/alephone/releases
This is a little different from a typical marathon scenario, as it features:
- Levels that can be re-visited multiple times with their state preserved.
- Advanced inventory for carrying and using many items.
- Resting to heal.
- Use of crystals to use special powers, along with conventional weapons.
- RPG elements.
- An ending score based on how you do while playing the game.
- Talking to the dead.
Make sure to read the readme for important information about controls. There are some non-obvious things you need to be aware of when playing the game. If you get stuck, there is a link to some Youtube videos in the readme that can be used as a guide.
Notes for version 1.2:
Changes for 1.2:
Requires AlephOne 1.3 now. Making use of new AlephOne features for a better implementation of certain things. Various bug fixes and fix the spelling of The Labyrinth. See readme for more details.
Changes for 1.1.1:
Fix issue with people that started a game on v1.0, upgraded to 1.1 and continued their saved games. They were not able to arm the bomb.
Changes for 1.1:
Many bug fixes and other improvements/quality of life changes.
The readme has a full list of changes in 1.1.
If you are currently playing through the game, you can keep using your existing saved game. Just click OK when it says the map has changed, and the next time you transition between levels, you'll get the new changes.