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Seven Shades of Wraith 1.01

Zott on Nov 13th 2013

Sevenshadesofwright_0011

A one-level scenario where the player must seek out and punch the seven pumpkin beacons while avoiding Shades, Wraiths, and the occasional Pfhor.

Includes plugin that must be enabled for scenario to work properly.

Volume Warning: screamer.

Notes for version 1.01:

Minor adjustments to enemies.

822 downloads, 2 reviews, 2 screenshots, 3.0 rating


Blauwe Vingers - English 1.2 English

Crater Creator on Nov 2nd 2013

Blauwe-vingers-english

This is an English translation of the Aleph One scenario "Blauwe Vingers", originally in Dutch. All due credit for the original scenario and game content belongs to Tim Vogel and Stage Game Studio. The translation was the combined effort of myself, Drictelt, and Google's translation service.

This is a translation of the map file only, which means only terminal text, map text, level names, and console text are translated. Everything else, like interface text, loading screen text, and audio, is unchanged at this time.

To install, move Kaart.sceA into the "Data" subfolder of your Blauwe Vingers installation. For more information, see the included read me file.

Enjoy!

Notes for version 1.2 English:

This is the first release, compatible with Blauwe Vingers 1.2.

955 downloads, 2 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating


M1A1 HUD 1.1

Hopper on Oct 21st 2013

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M1A1 HUD brings the M1A1 project's Marathon 2-style HUD to the native Marathon scenario running in Aleph One. Requires Aleph One 1.1b2 or later.

913 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot, 0.0 rating


Susannah Windows 1.0

JohannesG on Oct 19th 2013

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  • Windows version
  • For Mac OSX 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.

Controls

  • W, A, S, and D + Mouse for movement
  • Space to interact with the blue data streams

Jóhannes G. Þorsteinsson
website
e-mail

943 downloads, 3 reviews, 3 screenshots, 4.3 rating


Susannah OSX 1.0

JohannesG on Oct 19th 2013

Susannah-screenshot-1
  • 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.

Controls

  • W, A, S, and D + Mouse for movement
  • Space to interact with the blue data streams

Jóhannes G. Þorsteinsson
website
e-mail

889 downloads, 1 review, 3 screenshots, 4.0 rating


Jack Hammer Beta 2013

ellio7t on Oct 17th 2013

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Public beta

14 levels spread over three paths.

Rubicon X highly suggested.

Notes for version 2013:

Now with "more better"! (Still some suck included, as I haven't worked on it in almost a year. Pretty sure its as done as it will ever be.)

1303 downloads, 2 reviews, 1 screenshot, 3.0 rating


Blauwe Vingers - Windows 1.2

Missedisland on Oct 5th 2013

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Hey all,

It's been a while. Back in 2007-2008 I created a game based on the Aleph One engine as part of a graduation project. It's quite outdated but I've had several request from people asking me to upload it here, so here it goes :)

"Blauwe Vingers' Is a Dutch translation of "Blue Fingers". It's a game about the medieval history of a city in the Netherlands called "Zwolle" in 1524.

The project has about a full year of work into it and was completely done by 5 people. Areas in the game are build after city blueprints and the story is based on real historical events. While it offers quite a campaign and large amount of content, please be aware that the game is completely in Dutch language. This unfortunately makes it almost impossible to complete it when you do not understand the language. I simply couldn't find the time to translate everything into English, as there are countless of in-game conversation, history texts, videos and whatnot.

Still, it's definitely worth to check it out (also if you're a scenario creator yourself). Many features in the game were things never done before back in 2008 with Aleph One. Later in 2010 the game received an updated to support normal maps, a floating HUD and other improvement that were later introduced to the Aleph One engine.

Note: I cannot guarantee that the game is still fully functional with the latest Aleph One features. I've quickly tested it with the latest Aleph One build on my Mac and it seems to be working great, but as I haven't updated it since 2010, there might be new or altered features in the engine that are not supported.

Enjoy! Tim

Features:

  • Story driven level progression with about 19 maps based on historical areas and events.
  • Unique use of Aleph One features such as normal maps, post-processing effects, in-game videos, 3D scenery objects etc.
  • Total conversion, with countless of new characters, medieval weapons and environments.
  • Full multiplayer support with 10 unique multiplayer maps.
  • Graphics that push the engine to it's limits.
  • Think you've mastered Marathon's melee fists? Try the flail, dual wielding axes or daggers :)

Story: As the Dutch are known for their trade; 3 cities (Kampen, Zwolle and Deventer) in the North-east of the Netherlands form an important and strategic trade area in 16th century. However, there was also a lot of rivalry between the cities which almost escalated into a war, but mostly resulted in bullying, sabotage and name calling. After the duke of Zwolle "Karel van Gelre" was banned from the city in 1524 for treating the people badly, he later came back with an army to lay siege on the city for 30 days. Food and supplies were running out but just when everything seemed to be lost, Zwolle got help from unexpected Allies. The neighbour cities "Kampen" and "Deventer" assisted resulting in a major battle right outside the city and the people were set free.

The player plays as a poor student who has to find a study and place to stay in the city and ends up becoming a war hero with a duel between you and the duke as the final battle!

Recommended requirements:

  • Win XP or later
  • 2GB free disk space
  • 2ghz processor or better
  • 1GB of system memory

766 downloads, 0 reviews, 19 screenshots, 0.0 rating


Blauwe Vingers - Mac 1.2

Missedisland on Oct 5th 2013

4

Hey all,

It's been a while. Back in 2007-2008 I created a game based on the Aleph One engine as part of a graduation project. It's quite outdated but I've had several request from people asking me to upload it here, so here it goes :)

"Blauwe Vingers' Is a Dutch translation of "Blue Fingers". It's a game about the medieval history of a city in the Netherlands called "Zwolle" in 1524.

The project has about a full year of work into it and was completely done by 5 people. Areas in the game are build after city blueprints and the story is based on real historical events. While it offers quite a campaign and large amount of content, please be aware that the game is completely in Dutch language. This unfortunately makes it almost impossible to complete it when you do not understand the language. I simply couldn't find the time to translate everything into English, as there are countless of in-game conversation, history texts, videos and whatnot.

Still, it's definitely worth to check it out (also if you're a scenario creator yourself). Many features in the game were things never done before back in 2008 with Aleph One. Later in 2010 the game received an updated to support normal maps, a floating HUD and other improvement that were later introduced to the Aleph One engine.

Note: I cannot guarantee that the game is still fully functional with the latest Aleph One features. I've quickly tested it with the latest Aleph One build on my Mac and it seems to be working great, but as I haven't updated it since 2010, there might be new or altered features in the engine that are not supported.

Enjoy! Tim

Features:

  • Story driven level progression with about 19 maps based on historical areas and events.
  • Unique use of Aleph One features such as normal maps, post-processing effects, in-game videos, 3D scenery objects etc.
  • Total conversion, with countless of new characters, medieval weapons and environments.
  • Full multiplayer support with 10 unique multiplayer maps.
  • Graphics that push the engine to it's limits.
  • Think you've mastered Marathon's melee fists? Try the flail, dual wielding axes or daggers :)

Story: As the Dutch are known for their trade; 3 cities (Kampen, Zwolle and Deventer) in the North-east of the Netherlands form an important and strategic trade area in 16th century. However, there was also a lot of rivalry between the cities which almost escalated into a war, but mostly resulted in bullying, sabotage and name calling. After the duke of Zwolle "Karel van Gelre" was banned from the city in 1524 for treating the people badly, he later came back with an army to lay siege on the city for 30 days. Food and supplies were running out but just when everything seemed to be lost, Zwolle got help from unexpected Allies. The neighbour cities "Kampen" and "Deventer" assisted resulting in a major battle right outside the city and the people were set free.

The player plays as a poor student who has to find a study and place to stay in the city and ends up becoming a war hero with a duel between you and the duke as the final battle!

Recommended requirements:

  • Mac Os X 10.5 or later
  • 2GB free disk space
  • Intel Mac with 2ghz processor or better
  • 1GB of system memory

810 downloads, 0 reviews, 20 screenshots, 0.0 rating


Dynamic Water + Misc Lua 1.0

Zott on Oct 1st 2013

This is a collection of small single-purpose Lua scripts.

Feel free to include them in your own works or use them any way your like.

  • DynamicWater V1.22.lua

Marathon's media 'flows' from high elevations to low dynamically. Please see the included 'Water Buckets.sceA' map as an example. [Punch the switches]

  • ArcadeHudPrinting.lua

Minimal HUD design around the crosshair.

  • TauntingScript.lua

Press the Microphone key (default: ~) to 'taunt' with assimilated BOB chatter. This attracts the focus of nearby active enemies (and allies).

  • TeleportProjectiles.lua

Projectiles fired into a teleporter will be transported to the other side.

  • Psychokinesis.lua

Enemies within the center crosshair will take crushing damage.

Notes for version 1.0:

1.0 Initial Release

686 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots, 0.0 rating


The Goose & The Hog 1.0

Crater Creator on Sep 1st 2013

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Here's a new netmap supporting EMFH and KOTH. As is often the case, this is an exercise in flow as much as anything. The map is loosely divided into four chambers. It's entirely asymmetrical, with an open floor plan. I recommend it for 4 or fewer players.

Notes for version 1.0:

Initial release.

843 downloads, 1 review, 3 screenshots, 3.0 rating