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Four of Diamonds 1.0
Crater Creator on Feb 4th 2013
This is a new, standalone release. The map is designed to support all gametypes: vanilla EMFH, KOTH, and KTMWTB; and CTF & Rugby via their respective netscripts. For the last two, download the appropriate script from right here on Simplici7y, select CTF or Rugby when gathering, and check the netscript checkbox and use the corresponding netscript as well. There is a small embedded lua script to deal with the multipurpose use of the ball, but that should all take care of itself behind the scenes.
This level is also the first release to utilize my EasyShade plugin for lighting. The screenshots for EasyShade were taken from this map.
Notes for version 1.0:
898 downloads, 2 reviews, 3 screenshots, 3.5 rating
Fort Roque 1.0.1
Crater Creator on Feb 4th 2013
I played a Call of Duty map that had a stair/bridge combination I thought was interesting. I loosely mimicked that structure and just sort of built things out from there. At this point the resemblance is gone, but I kept the style of an urban setting with buildings and structures positioned at regular angles.
I tried to put function over aesthetics, leaving all texturing/lighting/scenery/sounds until I was satisfied with the flow. The hill was not the initial focal point of the map, but as a player I like the variety provided by specific objectives like in KOTH, so I'm glad a natural hill area emerged. It may feel somewhat limited with no platforms, teleporters, or powerups; but I didn't want to throw everything and the kitchen sink into the same level.
Notes for version 1.0.1:
- reduced the shield recharger to a 1x. This seemed to be the most egregious flaw to the level.
I hate to bump this to the front page for such a minor change, so I waited until I was going to release something new anyway.
1018 downloads, 3 reviews, 3 screenshots, 3.0 rating
skraeling on Jan 1st 2013
So, because of some discussion in the Pfhorums I decided to make a few 7 polygon netmaps. I don't really play any netmaps so they might be terrible even beyond what you'd expect from a 7 polygon map.
There are 7 maps plus an alternate version of 1 map as well as a doc with a small backstory for each map. And if you download right now you'll get an 8th bonus map FREE!!!
Notes for version 1.0:
703 downloads, 1 review, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating
Caustic Dystopia 1.4
Windbreaker on Dec 31st 2012
The fifth and final edition of my second multiplayer map pack includes twenty-four maps, all varying in size and layout. Version 1.4 includes two new maps.
Notes for version 1.4:
Features two new maps: "Water Sleepers", and "Flying Saucer Tour".
Texturing/Shading retouched on "Generic America", "Battersea Odyssey", and "The Refuge".
Untextured surfaces fixed on older maps.
1975 downloads, 12 reviews, 24 screenshots, 5.0 rating
Unlost Found v1.4
brilliant on Dec 31st 2012
cheats advanced v2 2.7E
puffindingo on Nov 27th 2012
This script is a revised version of Iamanidiot123's advanced cheats script, which is based on the original Cheats.lua released by Treellama in the Aleph One download. I have added some additional functions including hard falling damage.
Some of the functions included, like the invincibility modes, and teleportation are intended to be used for recreational solo play or the testing and debugging of maps or scenarios. Others are intended to add additional features, like the ability to heal, or falling damage. Please see the included readme file for important information.
Notes for version 2.7E:
Same as 2.7D except I fixed a typo that prevented the use of the script. Everything else is same as 2.7D.
Improvements to this version include additions to the overlay function to display the oxygen level in blue and the energy levels in red, yellow, or dark red [I haven't been able to get purple yet] depending on the energy levels.
More detailed information is included in the readme.txt file
To those who don't seem to bother actually looking at the readme or code, the first few lines of both are acknowledging the work that both TreeLlama and Iamanidiot123 did, both of whose versions are included intact with their original readmes.
1189 downloads, 2 reviews, 1 screenshot, 1.0 rating
RyokoTK on Oct 10th 2012
A three level (plus one intro level) mini-scenario for Marathon Infinity.
This scenario is a sequel to Marathon Phoenix, although it is not as difficult. The player is reunited with Durandal, and the two follow the path of the UESC Atreides to a distant Human base.
EDIT 2/11/2014 You will probably need the Previous AI plugin to make this work! http://simplici7y.com/items/aleph-one-previous-ai
1209 downloads, 6 reviews, 4 screenshots, 4.6 rating
Blood Bath 1.0
mib on Sep 29th 2012
W'rkncacnter on Sep 28th 2012
902 downloads, 3 reviews, 0 screenshots, 3.3 rating
Provost on Sep 4th 2012
I made this netpack to duel my brother. As such, they can all be played with copious amounts of aliens. The first four maps are mine. The next four were built into the original Rubicon single player scenario but omitted in the newer version.
Blind Bird's Nest echoes There's no place like up. Scale the ledges to find the good weapons on the top of the Pfhor hive.
On the Wabash Cannonball provides players with explosive weapons in extremely cramped quarters. If players elect to use aliens and succeed in killing an enforcer, they can use his weapon to devastating effect.
The dog wouldn't eat it is one of the original Rubicon netmaps. I've filled in a column that existed only to block line of sight because that's no longer a limitation for Marathon.
The original Rubicon Netpack can be found at http://www.marathonrubicon.com/