irons on Jul 7th 7777
This is the original READ ME!!!!!!!!!!!!11 for RKYOKOTK's CARNAGE VILA 46!
NOW WITH A LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARDd
Notes for version 3.0:
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2770 downloads, 11 reviews, 2 screenshots, 2.5 rating
Tooncinator on Aug 12th 2021
This is the 1996 CD "Pfhrenzy" found on the Macintosh Repository here.
There was some interest in this CD on the Marathon Discord server when I pointed out this CD. Not everyone wanted to bother with emulating Mac OS, but they still wanted to see the maps at least, which can be played with modern Aleph One. Thus, I emulated it myself, and transferred all the files off of the CD and zipped them up for people to look over on whatever OS they preferred.
For this reason, most of the files will look weird or not work at all on Windows or Linux, or perhaps even Mac. I have done nothing to the files themselves aside from put them through 7zip.
174 downloads, 0 reviews, 2 screenshots, 0.0 rating
ckt1138 on Mar 17th 2021
The Map file for Marathon 2: Durandal, as it was presented in the Windows 95 release.
The Windows map file contains several visual (and a few gameplay altering) changes from the Mac version, many small, some big. It also has a few altered terminal images.
Anyone familiar with "Waterloo Waterpark" will immediately be surprised with this rendition.
There are some players who do prefer the Windows map, so I decided it would be worth posting on Simplici7y.
The M2 Win95 map file is not particularly hard to obtain, as it is available in retail M2 copies for Windows, and it's available as a download on the Trilogy Release site, HOWEVER, that merge does not contain chapter screen sound effects. I re-merged the map file with the Mac version's sound resource folder, so now all chapter screens will play the appropriate sound.
295 downloads, 1 review, 3 screenshots, 4.0 rating
Windbreaker on Oct 20th 2020
20 multiplayer maps for Marathon Infinity. Fifth edition features 5 new maps.
Many of these feature precipitation/weather/novelty Lua scripts, while others are simpler in design.
Notes for version V:
• Features 5 new maps: Inaugural Trams, Phantom Power, TRON, Flank Speed, and Channel Z.
• Reduces precipitation count on Iconic Something.
• Changes some size indicators on older maps.
2369 downloads, 9 reviews, 20 screenshots, 4.9 rating
ProfessorChubbs on Oct 2nd 2020
A medium-sized EMFH map inspired by the M1 level Bob-B-Q. The "trenches" in the middle of the map raise to the upper level every minute, changing who has the high ground. There's also a secret switch that reveals every two minutes that'll temporarily flood the lower level with lava.
This is the first map I've ever shared, so please give feedback; Assuming I don't lose interest in a week, I'll be happy to patch it.
503 downloads, 0 reviews, 5 screenshots, 0.0 rating
kaosof on Sep 2nd 2020
Precipitation for Eternal 1.2 1.2.1-b4
liacrow on Jul 9th 2019
For those of you with proper video cards that do not have difficulty with precipitation scripts, here is a merged map of the scenario with both precipitation and the latest bugfixes.
Unfortunately, some quirk of a few people's machines - which I suspect were running integrated graphics - couldn't cope with precipitation, even after bugfixes were made, and so Pfhorrest ordered it cut from final release. Although the effect on most levels is subtle due to an A1 limitation on having 1024 objects, I thought it well worth the effort of maintaining. So, before I cut the lua from the main scenario, I created a branch to preserve it, and left the supporting alterations to the Shapes file in the main branch.
Naturally, you'll need to download Eternal 1.2, found here,, to use this map.
Then, download this map file, drop it in your Eternal directory, and select it in Environment preferences.
To test whether your machine can handle this, skip to level 13: A Friend in Need, and see if your framerate drops when you walk outside. My 12 year old rig gets 20 FPS with everything on, but some players have reported as little as 0.5 FPS with precipitation.
Since this is an altered map and not a plugin, it will not be compatible with save games from the official release or the previous 1.2.0 version of this enhanced map.
Co-op players, please ensure that everyone has the same version of the map.
Credits: Original rain and ember sprites by $lave and Windbreaker, respectively; Original precip code by Wrkncacnter, who borrowed heavily from Treelama; Eternal adaptation by Aaron Freed; Snow sprites and code fixes by Lia Gerty; Ashes are a palette swap of embers, fallout a palette swap of rain.
Notes for version 1.2.1-b4:
Made a number of things a lot easier
1206 downloads, 0 reviews, 5 screenshots, 0.0 rating
Staff0 on May 7th 2019
This is a small, symmetrical netmap supporting emfh, koth, ktmwtb and survival. It has been merged with Hopper's Aleph One Previous AI to prevent monsters from freezing up, so the plugin won't be necessary for this map. It's recommended for two-player sized netgames, but three might work aswell.
Notes for version 1.0:
830 downloads, 1 review, 1 screenshot, 4.5 rating
W'rkncacnter on Apr 1st 2019
On the 2 year anniversary of YugePax, a version specifically designed for Mararthon: Yuge is now available. You can finally bombard your friends and enemies alike with shitsticks.
862 downloads, 1 review, 0 screenshots, 5.0 rating
raptor200221 on Mar 18th 2019
This map pack is a redux version of the Legends of Marathon netmaps. This is currently the only set of netmaps made for Eternal. This will need to be played in the latest version of Eternal. Most of these maps were made for 2-8 players, and most work well in survival mode. Huge thanks to Spooky, Ravenshining, Pfhorrest, and Aaron. Without them, none of this would be possible. This set of maps is dedicated to the entire Marathon community, so do not feel bad if you do not have a map named after you.
Notes for version 1.0: