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Dan the Man on Apr 16th 2011
Yeah, just another crappy physics file. Made it a long time ago. Like all physics files, don't use on a merged map. CHANGES:shotgun shoots fusion bolts with blast radius, AR and SMG fires a larger burst (3 and 4 at a time) and shoot faster. AR bullets are powered up just a little. AR grenades have no changes; the AR just fires 5 at a time even though it might not look like it. Again, this is a PHYSICS MODEL, not a script. So don't use on a map with embedded physics. Also, FloatingX, TTEP and WEP not included. Get them in Simplici7y (except for the FloatingX; that's a 1-of-a-kind floatingx i made by modding Treellama's FloatingX. It's not posted anywhere to download.) Also, I made Super Magnum Physics ;) I just wanted to change my name. Also, the Ray Shotgun was not named after Ray. The idea of a "Ray Gun" was invented by H.G. Wells, a famous writer. "A very early example of a raygun is the Heat-Ray featured in H. G. Wells' novel The War of the Worlds (1898)." (Information page: bit.ly/eDTJ1l )
Notes for version 1:
OMG! ARNOLD'S DAMN MINIGUN!
1489 downloads, 4 reviews, 3 screenshots, 3.2 rating
Megabyte on Jul 7th 2007
These were maps originally going to be the netmaps for Marathon Gladiator, but when that project was abandoned The Thug decided to release his netmaps as a pack. Since he didn't feel like joining any online sites i have to post these for him. This contain some of his original maps along with some of his new ones.
1485 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot, 0.0 rating
treellama on Dec 20th 2010
Invidia Durandal 1.2
ftg.death.rhino on Aug 5th 2013
1 of 1 selected 1.0
Hangar-96 on Jul 21st 2007
Windbreaker on Mar 6th 2018
15 multiplayer maps for Marathon Infinity. Fourth edition features 2 new maps.
Special thanks to W'rkncacnter for embedded Lua on several maps.
Notes for version IV:
- Fourth edition features 2 new maps: "Iconic Something", and "Lorem Opus".
- Several platforms added on "End Times" to increase overall accessibility.
- Base Jumping Hills compatibility added to the first 9 maps.
- Usual texture touch-ups and fixes on older maps.
1453 downloads, 7 reviews, 15 screenshots, 4.9 rating
Tranquil Graves 1.0.0
$lave on Sep 3rd 2007
JohannesG on Feb 16th 2013
The original Marathon weapons were not really designed with people in mind. They were designed to be effective against slow and stupid aliens that could not dodge shots and could not operate their weaponry while they were being blasted by the player. Human players are a bit more intelligent, and faster than that.
Note that this is not designed with monsters in mind!
This physics model addresses those changes and has undergone thorough balance testing during its development. Weapon switching delay is now nearly non-existant and random damage has been taken out of the game. Weapons that would normally never see action in an otherwise SPNKR filled multiplayer match can now go up against a SPNKR armed player under the right conditions.
Jóhannes Gunnar Þorsteinsson
Notes for version 1.5:
(more thorough changelog in readme)
- Speed increase of all regular bullets up to 4096.
- Alien Weapon is now a dual function with a regular primary trigger but secondary trigger set as chargeable long range high damage weapon
- The good old automatic KKV-7 SMG is back.
- Bug fix: Enforcers now use "unused 1" shot slot instead of Alien Weapon Blast so not to make them overpowered
1434 downloads, 3 reviews, 1 screenshot, 3.0 rating
RR, Zombie Master on Nov 22nd 2010
Back from the guy you remembered... again...
Completely on Ye Olde Forge... again...
Featuring the all-new symbol of power! KEY LIME PI!
Remember, if it's tourist season, why CAN't we shoot them? ~Ruben
Notes for version 2.0:
Added a recharge. Retextured an unaligned wall. Maybe this'll merit a review if someone sees it.
1421 downloads, 1 review, 3 screenshots, 5.0 rating
Elements 2 2 Beta
Dispatcher on Jun 16th 2009
Having adopted my own creation from the Orphanage, I submit "Elements 2 Beta". This netmap pack is hostable in the usual way and will also allow nethopping, which does seem to work. Since the map was made before A1 was around, I'd be curious as to how well the levels play using a PC; they do work on Macs. If playing A1 Infinity, all levels are playable. Note that "Speed Bump" has at least one platform which causes a player to be in constant motion; die there and you will not be able to respawn. Also note that the Jjarro level's central open area is easily accessible, yet there is no way out of it except for grenade or rocket hopping or dying. ;-O If playing A1 M2, the Jjarro level will crash the game. (The Goo level will also crash since there is an SMG hidden in the level :-) The levels were built for speed rather than looks (although most look and sound pretty good). Once the bugs are edited out, it may be released as "Elements 2". Enjoy!
Notes for version 2 Beta: