Items by Weekly Downloads
Crater Creator on Aug 5th 2012
EasyShade contains functions for automating the lighting of Aleph One levels. It is intended to aid mapmakers in conjunction with their usual lighting techniques. EasyShade currently includes these functions (all parameters are optional):
sunlight(contrast, manual_sun_angle, cumulative) for simulating a directional light source that affects all surfaces and does not cast shadows
roomlight(brightness, floor_threshold, ceiling_threshold, radius) for assigning a brightness to an entire room at once
pointlight(brightness, max_radius) for simulating a point light source where the player is standing (calculations done in 2D)
darken() and lighten() for nudging the brightness of the room you're in up or down. These functions are tied to the previous and next weapon keys, so you can make an adjustment by pressing one key instead of typing out a function call.
pavelight(brightness) for applying a single brightness to all surfaces in the entire level
resetlights() for restoring a level to its original lighting levels
Notes for version 1.5:
Major update, now with wholly different types of automated lighting.
1344 downloads, 1 review, 2 screenshots, 5.0 rating
SL Maps 1.3
Sharkie Lino on Oct 8th 2016
SL Maps is a net pack for infinity consisting of levels from Infinity, M2, and others that have been modified, usually for additions or better flow, or remade.
The levels listed below in this pack come from Quick Six and were originally created by Treellama.
Age of Aquarius. Incontinental Divide.
Notes for version 1.3:
You're Gonna Die Big Time: Added a new room near the stairway which connects both sides of the upper level, and also serves as a spawn point.
Flight Of The Toolator (both versions): Straightened out the ceiling lights for the outer halls.
2246 downloads, 12 reviews, 5 screenshots, 3.6 rating
Visual Mode 3.0.1
treellama on Aug 7th 2013
Visual Mode is a plugin that allows you to texture maps in Aleph One. It supports almost all features of Forge's visual mode, plus OpenGL, multiple texture sets, and more. Requires Aleph One 1.0.
Notes for version 3.0.1:
Enables the console for users of Aleph One 1.0.x
4074 downloads, 17 reviews, 1 screenshot, 4.7 rating
goran svensson on Dec 1st 2010
This is a high resolution landscape plugin for Marathon Infinity. It replaces all landscapes with 4096x2160 PNG versions.
Please note, if your copmputer have difficulties at using these large landscapes, there's an alternative download, where all landscapes have been reduced to 2048x1080. Check out: http://www.simplici7y.com/items/gorans-highres-2048x1080-landscapes-plugin
Notes for version 1.2:
1.0 First Release
1.01 Fixed MML Error
1.2 Changed image type from DDS to PNG to improve overall image quality. Gradients are now much smoother.
2113 downloads, 4 reviews, 4 screenshots, 4.8 rating
Zott on Apr 26th 2013
Navigate the path without stepping off, nor letting your crosshair fall upon the many enemies about the room. The result of which would be unspeakable.
Turn on auto-center camera and turn off the overhead map display for a greater challenge. Difficult but beatable.
A provided lua script also allows crushing enemies with your mind if you are into simple pleasures like that.
Notes for version 1.00001:
Added a film showing a completed run.
Clarification in ReadMe file.
1004 downloads, 2 reviews, 0 screenshots, 2.0 rating
President People on Sep 29th 2011
These Sounds files were third-party replacements for the original M1.
The original files were created by The Legendary Frank. I have converted them to Aleph One format for use with M1A1.
The first one is the latest version. The second was included with the M1 Demo v0.0 on my old Mac Cube. Also included are the original M1 files.
Simply place this folder within your scenario folder or Aleph One directory, select either file in your Environment Preferences, Begin New Game, strap in and brace for impact! Enjoy!
From the manual for the latest version, written by The Legendary Frank:
"Enclosed is a file called HardCoreSounds. It's an alternate sound file for Marathon 1 that, once you change it's name to Sounds and start up Marathon will rip your ears off and give you a week long nose bleed. (Well hopefully not -- I don't need to get sued.) But, sufice to say, this is THE sound file to turn Marathon 1 into non stop extravganza of butchery and carnage the the game is supposed to be. So, turn off the lights, strap on some headphones and then try to stop your knees from knocking as you go 'Damn! That'll hurt bad!'
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not use if you can't stand cuss words, loud noises, or anything that would offend normal people. These sounds ain't PC or nice. No Cub Scouts or PTA moms.
Any flak, jizz or miscellaneous comments can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
1344 downloads, 2 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating
goran svensson on Feb 26th 2012
Animates the water with a 24 frame animation.
Only for water set so far. It needs to be activated last, since the last activated plugin gets priority.
Notes for version 0.2:
0.2 Moved the animated water from my water set to this plugin.
1513 downloads, 2 reviews, 0 screenshots, 4.5 rating
Octomac on Nov 5th 2011
This simple modification to the FloatingX LUA script file adds an ammunition counter to the Alien Weapon using the M1A1 FloatingX HUD. In keeping with the style of the FloatingX HUD, the ammo counter jitters and flickers back and forth to mimic the static effect seen when the Alien Weapon is selected.
To install, download the M1A1 version of the FloatingX HUD plugin, back up the FloatingX.lua script file inside, and replace it with this one.
Notes for version 1.0:
Simple code change to the FloatingX.lua file included with the M1A1 FloatingX HUD.
1155 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots, 0.0 rating
Susannah OSX 1.0
JohannesG on Oct 19th 2013
- Mac OSX version
- For Windows version, click here.
My first ever finished game, a final project during my art studies at VMA in 2008/2009.
An experiment in how far one can go by stripping the elements of a video game down to its bare essentials of mechanics, dynamics and aesthetics, while in the meantime, showcasing the importance and the purpose of audial elements in interactive entertainment.
Set in a bleak sterile world of white, where nothing exists except the disturbingly pure visuals, the game follows the avatar's journey through the bleak levels of the world, accompanied by a soundtrack, to migrate and merge to the unknown entity which called for him.
Susannah was showcased at the Þrír í Þriðja exhibition in Verksmiðjan, Hjalteyri (Iceland) in 2009.
- W, A, S, and D + Mouse for movement
- Space to interact with the blue data streams