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Deus Volt! Alpha 1.0
Synchronicity13 on Dec 25th 2008
A preliminary release of a single-player/co-op campaign I've been cooking up for some time. The first five levels are good to go; the other four (from "The Machine Rages On" onwards) are works in progress. Go ahead and give it a try... Suggestions, criticism, bug reports, etc., are much appreciated!
Notes for version 1.0:
Merry Christmas! Bugs/glitches will be fixed as they are brought to my attention.
1332 downloads, 2 reviews, 4 screenshots, 3.5 rating
elitesoldier on Jul 16th 2010
ReadMe has information. To find it you could also find it in the Aleph one.dmg Extras file, also i didn't create this .lua file but i want to share it with others.
Notes for version 1.0:
Its fun. Also my second file upload. Have fun! JUST TO MAKE THIS KNOWN: I DID NOT MAKE THIS SCRIPT! ALSO I DO NOT TAKE CREDIT FOR THIS SCRIPT, AND ORIGINALLY DID NOT KNOW THAT TRELLAMMA MADE THIS SCRIPT.
1327 downloads, 4 reviews, 1 screenshot, 1.8 rating
Fart Or Die! 1.3.5
dustu on Sep 22nd 2015
NOTE: Many changes have gone into this game to address the two reviews. With over 900 downloads, I'd appreciate a review from someone else. Please? Many many updates to add pillars, stairs, transparency, different goals, etc. When this was originally reviewed, there were only 4 levels! Please review if you downloaded it.
Fart or Die! is a 9-level game that uses hidden areas, terminals, switches, teleports, and more!
As a beginner, I struggled to figure out how to create switches, terminals, platforms, stairs, circles (use circle plugin around a line), uplink chips, exits and terminal variants with multiple actions. I also could not figure out how to add motion or depth to water, lava, or sewage. All that works now and is included in this game.
I am not an expert map maker by any means (more a newb) but this map contains a lot of commonly used elements for map makers and may help some newbs.
NOTE: I am not a super mapping pro and my levels are much less complex than others on here…but it is that complexity that made it hard for me to learn by studying other maps. I hope this set of maps helps someone new on here. This is NOT an advanced mapping tutorial. It is meant to help you get over the hump.
Having said all that, it is also fun to play and I enjoyed making it. While the levels are not too complex, they are challenging and require you to follow game strategy to move from one level to another. :) If you play the game at the hardest level, you will find it difficult to complete. :)
Let me know if you like it. I'm in the pfhorums as dustu and on live games as dustu.
NOTE: I have addressed most, if not all, of the comments by reviewers on here and in the forums.
If you download this, please review it.
Notes for version 1.3.5:
Minor bug fixes.
1326 downloads, 2 reviews, 6 screenshots, 2.0 rating
Marathon C: Version 7 Number 7
Axle_Gear on Sep 5th 2007
The game is still vastly incomplete, but the maps themselves should work just fine.
Things that are missing: -Logon/Logoff screens -Terminal pictures -A proper intro? (Considering making a neat little 'unplayable' level in the future to kick it off). -The rest of the levels
Things it DOES have: -5 playable maps, including the extra path for failing to be 'stealthy' in the first level. -Physics and terminal text for every map -Use of color tables left untouched in the orignal Marathon Infinity
With any luck, all you'll need to do to run the scenario is download the map, and use all the other standard shapes and images that come with MI, leaving the whole download at just a smidgen more than a megabyte.
If you download this, please try to break the levels in any way you can: grenade hop, launch yourself, take goofy paths, etc. And let me know if you find any bugs. I'm trying my best to make these very high-quality maps, since there are so few of them.
And another thing: I'm holding a little contest. Make a proper Marathon film, and try to beat 'Satellite of Love' as quickly as you can on Total Carnage (bonus points for playing through the first level to get there). I assure you, you'll be in for a challenge: I, the creator of the level, can barely beat it... sometimes. I hope some unfortunate players are prepared to bathe in grenades. :D
1317 downloads, 1 review, 5 screenshots, 5.0 rating
MapDamager Lua .2 != .20
W'rkncacnter on Aug 1st 2008
Best with 3-5 players.
Notes for version .2 != .20:
Didn't I already put in a description?
1316 downloads, 29 reviews, 0 screenshots, 1.7 rating
Jack Hammer Beta 2013
ellio7t on Oct 17th 2013
Gorans Pfhor Set 1.0
goran svensson on Aug 3rd 2011
PRAHBLUM PEACK 304f6855
irons on Jun 5th 2008
Formerly called "Rejects," PRAHBLUM PEAK is the set of maps I culled from Underworld as I built that pack up to its glorious state. These aren't necessarily that bad, and I'm putting them online because there is (or was, at one point) a demand from some fans of my levels. These were usually the cheap players who loved how horrible the balance was, but I still appreciate their support. The README goes into pretty good detail for every level.
PP 304f6855 has six levels.
1290 downloads, 2 reviews, 6 screenshots, 3.5 rating
thedoctor45 on Jan 5th 2012
This is a superplugin for AlephOne 1.0 that lets you easily enable all the hi-res sprites and textures from the XBLA version of Marathon: Durandal with one single click. All required graphics are inlcuded- just unzip the downloaded folder into your Marathon 2 plugins directory. In addition to that, some glow- and bumpmap textures have also been included to improve visual experience and take advantage of AOs new shader features. No custom shapes files are required for this to work. Separate plugins for monsters, wall textures and weapon sprites will be released by treellama.
Notes for version 1.1.1:
Please note that this plugin will NOT function properly with previous versions of AlephOne or Marathon Infinity.
WARNING! - there has been a problem with the previous download (player graphics were missing) - I strongly suggest to everybody who downloaded v1.1. to re-download fixed v1.1.1!
1286 downloads, 2 reviews, 7 screenshots, 5.0 rating
The Grab Bag 3.0
Nibenon on Jan 2nd 2012
A compilation of Ruben Rybnik's and my own maps, each with a specific gametype in mind. Remember, since both of us contributed, we can't review. I leave THAT to you. Really, REVIEW.
Notes for version 3.0:
I've added 6 more maps that were meant to be EMFH, etc. but were then expanded for survival. Ruben finally updated "Palace of Eru" and another map.
Reviews are always nice, even the occasional spite would be a change.