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Deeze Maps 1.1
Dis on Mar 15th 2011
Ares Ex Machina on Sep 14th 2010
A small but spacious map designed to make it easy to find other players quickly.
In an effort to reduce auto-switch, the ARs and SMGs have been tucked away in the nooks and crannies of the map (for the most part).
To increase the availability of the ARs and SMGs, these weapons have been quadrupled wherever you find them, effectively (but not actually) increasing their appearance rate beyond 100%.
Notes for version 1.1:
Added an anti auto-switch weapon compartment for the AR (top level). Raised ceiling elevation of certain architectural extremities. Adjusted direction of player starting locations to encompass a better view of nearby weapons. Fixed texture alignment issues. Some minor re-texturing.
1358 downloads, 2 reviews, 3 screenshots, 4.5 rating
Windbreaker on Jan 27th 2008
Sovereignty is my netpack now containing eight maps. I first released this netpack in April, 2007. I am pleased with the outcome and quality; even for the older maps.
In this final update (v1.2), I have added one new map, and fixed a blatant ambient sound error in The King of Infinite Space. I also managed to fix a terrible error in 50% of the maps, where the players would only spawn in one or two places throughout an entire game.
NOTE: For best results, don't use the hi-res textures.
1911 downloads, 3 reviews, 7 screenshots, 4.3 rating
Power Drive 1.4.0
RyokoTK on Aug 31st 2010
Power Drive is a map pack with an experimental concept: to take the focus away from the powerful weapons and put strength in the little guys. 14 maps in total.
Has embedded MML/Lua for Quake-style health kits.
Notes for version 1.4.0:
Adds two maps. Significantly alters how powerups work.
1965 downloads, 3 reviews, 6 screenshots, 4.3 rating
irons on Feb 6th 2011
This is an attempt to mimic the gameplay of the old Joust arcade game. Players fly around maps and collide with each other to score kills. More detailed instructions await you in the README.
Notes for version 5.0:
This is the fifth attempt at a total Joust rewrite. Compatible with the latest version of Aleph One. Can be played on the EMFH, KOTH, and KTMWTB gametypes.
1505 downloads, 3 reviews, 1 screenshot, 4.3 rating
treellama on Dec 20th 2010
Cesspi7 is a pack of 7 net maps. Each consists of 77 polygons and is textured using only 7 different textures. They contain no right angles, and no lifts (except for Spiroche7e). Each was tested to run well on a G4/1000 MHz.
1486 downloads, 4 reviews, 7 screenshots, 4.0 rating
Crater Creator on Jun 9th 2011
Back in March, Irons re-discovered a contest for 7-polygon maps, also known as "Simplici7y" maps. I was intrigued by the concept, and drew some sketches that turned into these seven levels. Despite making Marathon maps for nearly the last fifteen years, this is the first Infinity map I've officially released. I chose to follow the restrictions imposed by the original contest.
Notes for version 1.0:
This is the first official release. All maps and gametypes have been tested for functionality and balance.
1332 downloads, 4 reviews, 7 screenshots, 4.0 rating
Quake 3 lua 0.1b
Vladtepes on Mar 1st 2010
After Halo - Combat Evolved by Irons, this is a script made to recreate some of the experience of playing Quake 3 online
PS: For those like Goran "Mr Obvious" Svensson, this is a prank script
Notes for version 0.1b:
First public beta, some other functions may be added in future releases.
1546 downloads, 3 reviews, 1 screenshot, 4.0 rating
Glamdring on Oct 20th 2015
Cataract Bowl is amateur effort by a first time mapper, intended more as a learning experience than as a truly great map. At this stage I am still learning shading, which is why it's so dark; and my premises are straightforward and individually tested, which is why it's so tiny.
Cataract Bowl [XS] is a round, bowl-shaped level, 13 WUs across, with exterior walls 1.3 WU above the deepest point in the center. The mild mancannons on the outer walls were designed to send anybody impacting on them flying straight back toward the center, but in practice the actual effect is that anybody running along the outer wall picks up a great deal of speed if they maintain the correct angle, and otherwise simply propel one safely to the opposite side of the bowl.
Open to criticism, or mention of any errors or bugs I have not noticed in my testing so far.
Notes for version 0.8:
Small changes to weapons and ammunition since testing in the meta.