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Rocket Gang 0.7
Exy on Jun 18th 2020
ckt1138 on Mar 17th 2021
The Map file for Marathon 2: Durandal, as it was presented in the Windows 95 release.
The Windows map file contains several visual (and a few gameplay altering) changes from the Mac version, many small, some big. It also has a few altered terminal images.
Anyone familiar with "Waterloo Waterpark" will immediately be surprised with this rendition.
There are some players who do prefer the Windows map, so I decided it would be worth posting on Simplici7y.
The M2 Win95 map file is not particularly hard to obtain, as it is available in retail M2 copies for Windows, and it's available as a download on the Trilogy Release site, HOWEVER, that merge does not contain chapter screen sound effects. I re-merged the map file with the Mac version's sound resource folder, so now all chapter screens will play the appropriate sound.
389 downloads, 1 review, 3 screenshots, 4.0 rating
The Man on Mar 10th 2021
To be clear: I didn’t create this – it’s the work of James Hastings-Trew (of Tempus Irae fame). Hopefully he won’t mind me uploading this here.
This won the Bungie Mapmaking Contest back in the day – deservingly so; it’s a superb package in almost every manner. It’s become increasingly difficult to find, though, and the main version available requires running a patch on the classic Mac OS. Hence this upload.
Overall, this is a fun three-level pack with some great new textures. The story is fairly cursory (though well written), and it ends on a cliffhanger for an intended sequel that James never made because he got roped into Tempus Irae instead. TI is great, though, so no major complaints.
This is intended to run in Infinity; it includes a map and a shapes file. Further info is included in the “Simplici7y Megiddo Read Me” file found in the download.
388 downloads, 0 reviews, 3 screenshots, 0.0 rating
irons on Feb 2nd 2021
A physics-to-JSON and JSON-to-physics utility that creates human-readable output useful for version control systems such as
git. You can then edit these JSON files using a text editor, another program, etc. and turn them into physics files. Also included are utility scripts for:
- viewing differences between
gitcommits for physics, between any two non-tracked files, or between some mixture of these
- retroactively building a parallel set of commits for a JSON version of one or more physics files' existing history
- automatically generating JSON for every committed physics file, bundling the JSON into the commit
Source code and binaries are available on my website; also available there are signatures for individual binaries. I recommend using them to verify whichever you might run.
Notes for version rolling:
Rolling release based on the current production branch of code.
2021-09-08: added ability to generate binary physics files from JSON
372 downloads, 0 reviews, 2 screenshots, 0.0 rating
Hitscan Lua 1.0
W'rkncacnter on Apr 8th 2021
Dumb scripts for making projectiles hitscan (meaning they travel instantaneously).
- hitscan.lua - Fast moving projectiles are hitscan instead of moving at 1 WU/sec.
- hitscan_all.lua - All projectiles, including flamethrower, fists, and monster projectiles have unlimited range and are hitscan.
(Requires Alephone v1.4)
367 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots, 0.0 rating
Monster Mash v1
thermoplyae on May 24th 2021
Requires Aleph One >= v1.4.1.
I was working in the lab, late one night
When my eyes beheld an eerie sight
For my monster from his slab, began to rise
And suddenly to my surprise
(He did the mash) he did the monster mash
(The monster mash) it was a graveyard smash
(He did the mash) it caught on in a flash
(He did the mash) he did the monster mash
366 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot, 0.0 rating
djkontraktor on May 12th 2021
This is a handy Excel spreadsheet that lists all the Rubicon sounds as they correspond to their respective MInf sounds slot. This makes modding Rubicon's sounds much more doable, and enables fan made HD sound mods for Rubicon.
363 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots, 0.0 rating
Tooncinator on Aug 12th 2021
This is the 1996 CD "Pfhrenzy" found on the Macintosh Repository here.
There was some interest in this CD on the Marathon Discord server when I pointed out this CD. Not everyone wanted to bother with emulating Mac OS, but they still wanted to see the maps at least, which can be played with modern Aleph One. Thus, I emulated it myself, and transferred all the files off of the CD and zipped them up for people to look over on whatever OS they preferred.
For this reason, most of the files will look weird or not work at all on Windows or Linux, or perhaps even Mac. I have done nothing to the files themselves aside from put them through 7zip.
348 downloads, 0 reviews, 2 screenshots, 0.0 rating
Tick Rider 0.2?
Kuurin on Feb 18th 2021
Soar on the wings of a bowl of spoiled pudding!
Ride on a tick, and fight from the sky!
Jump from tick to tick, or abuse the improbable physics of whatever a tick is made of to boost yourself over long distances! Blast the tick out from under your foes! Ride on the wrong tick and explode!
The possibilities are endless!
This fun and mildly-insane netscript is best suited to larger maps with open spaces. And it's even better with lava. Try it and you'll soon understand why!
Highly configurable, with various weird secrets and bizarre instances of what may possibly pass for humor. Try adding your own nonsense – Amuse, bemuse, or disgust your friends!
This package includes one shoddy, simplistic, yet lovable and purpose-made netmap, Tick Stew, that will allow you to explore the possibilities in various networked gametypes or just by yourself in a solo game.
Take to the un-friendly skies and become a Tick Rider today!
Notes for version 0.2?:
Position ticks out of impassable polygons.
Deal with some Lua errors caused by exceeding monster limits with too many ticks.
Added super-informative read-me documentation.
Added special Tick-Netmap "Cavendish Tick Catastrophe"
345 downloads, 0 reviews, 3 screenshots, 0.0 rating
W'rkncacnter on Jul 18th 2021
These are compatibility files for Wheels! (a marathon engine game) to make it work in Aleph One. If you happen to own Wheels!, you can combine it with these files to play it with Aleph One. The original game supported input devices for people learning to use a wheel chair, and I don't know if those work in Aleph One. You will be limited by whatever inputs it supports, so this is mostly just for people curious to go through the game outside the context of its original purpose.