Dan the Man on May 4th 2011
A pack of physics models that all mod the flamethrower. One has infinite range, one has infinite range and travels faster, one makes it very inaccurate. By now hopefully you know: 1) how to use a physics file, 2) to not use on a merged map, and 3) don't review without trying it out first.
Notes for version 1:
I think anybody can make this easily within a minute.
2020 downloads, 1 review, 2 screenshots, 1.0 rating
infwaffle on Apr 28th 2011
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!
1910 downloads, 4 reviews, 3 screenshots, 3.2 rating
iamanidiot123 on Apr 15th 2011
Mods the magnum. Twice the recoil of a rocket launcher, and the power of a rocket launcher, without the explosion. Enjoy. PS THIS IS A PHYSICS FILE NOT A SCRIPT OR MAP. DONT USE ON A MERGED MAP. OMG. Why does everyone hate all my uploads? even the good ones? The ones that they TOLD me to upload? Really, I think I am going to start keeping my creations to myself.
Notes for version 1:
Whatever. Less recoil. P.S. If you are wondering where my other uploads went, it seems nobody likes them. Plus, they were the original property of Treellama. This is the only one that I really made. Oh well. P.P.S. The above is in the readme.
1876 downloads, 3 reviews, 0 screenshots, 3.3 rating
Deeze Maps 1.1
Dis on Mar 15th 2011
Nibenon on Feb 14th 2011
A Netpack v1.0
Destiny on Feb 10th 2011
My first netpack. It includes 4 netmaps. Maps are good for 2-4 player games. The netpack includes the following:
1)Mr. Roger's battle world 2)Playing, at night 3)Battle at Hill 21 4)We're waiting for the boxes
Map 4 was a Rubicon netmap. I retextured it so it can be played in Marathon Infinity.
Notes for version v1.0:
1683 downloads, 4 reviews, 4 screenshots, 3.3 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.
1846 downloads, 3 reviews, 1 screenshot, 4.3 rating
aquateenhgrfrce on Jan 8th 2011
This pack contains 2 maps:
The Four Elements
The Four Elements Simplified
The map uses 4 Textures Jjaro, Sewage, Water, and Lava each separated in 4 sections all converging in towards the center. Pfhor textures were also used in different areas of the maps. The simplified version is similar to the the first map with stripped down center.
Some custom textures were used.
Map design by aquateenhgrfrce
Sounds by Sharkie Lino
Thanks to Sharkie Lino, cxmb, brilliant, hastur, dis, gyffes, ASH, KBM, nib, and Thug for beta testing this map and offering suggestions.
1454 downloads, 5 reviews, 10 screenshots, 3.0 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.