Double Aught's classic netmap pack hasn't been changed at all, except that I've made it into "Unimap" format and zipped the file, making it easier for more modern operating systems to use.
NOTE that the version you can download from Simplici7y will not work with old films recorded forever ago in the good old days. These sure as hell aren't the good old days. If you're trying to view an old film and Aleph One complains that it can't find the map file, get the original file here.
Switches from Macbin/Unimap resources to M2/95 resources. Meaningless to most, so don't bother getting this new one unless you're having trouble with the old one.
eisnerguy1 on Apr 18th 2018, Version 1.000000000000001
Essential for old-school fans.
When they're on, they rock
gyffes on Aug 21st 2007, Version 1.0000000000000001
Yes, there are weaknesses in this pack, but they stem from a time when the Art was simpler and netfeedback nonexistant.
This map pack is spectacular because the flow is terrific (ok, ok, IN THE FOUR THAT ROCK).
Excellent use of elevation shifts and relatively sheltered respawn points are two under-emphasized high points to this map pack.
I just wish the latest versions of A1 didn't crash Grendel's Happy Cookie...
epstein on Jul 5th 2007, Version 1.0000000000000001
These maps may seem a bit old-school by today's standards, and half of the maps may not be generally used, but the pack is monumental. The good maps are (still) among the best I've ever played, and the pack is (deservingly) canon for multiplayer.
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