Although I do agree, 3D Models don't do so well I Marathon ._.
You improved on the textures and all the problems Heretical-Cyborg had initially. I still think it's a little cramped for playing Marathon though...
My recommendation for copying a Doom-Engine map would be to copy E1M1 from the original doom. Would be a great for Marathon. (Could you copy the first seven Doom maps and put them in mini-scenario, please?)
I also have a problem wih RyokoTK's remark about "how boring Heretic is". Lies!
I'm sick and tired of all these puzzles! Kill Them All finally removes the brain factor in replacement if pure action. Good job!
Fort Roque is a fine map with it's urban design (inspired by MW2's Skidrow?) I still think it's cramped and with Marathon's high octane multiplayer matches, Fort Roque is hard to reccomend. For 2-4 players, this map is a good reccomendation for some fast multiplayer net matches. Good job.
These weapons look just as good as they did on XBLA! Fantastic
I own both a Mac and a Windows computer. What I really dislike about Pfhorge is that it is basically not usable by Windows.
When I used Pfhorge (on iMac) I really thought the experience was lackluster in comparison to what Weland can do. Yes, Pfhorge has a visual editor, but it suffers from having frequent errors. At this rate with the current product, Pfhorge is nowhere near a proper replacement for Forge.
I've simply got 3 requests for Pfhorge:
Make it compatible with Windows, please!
Fix the bugs.
Add selfmade tutorials for those who do not know how to use Forge.
Until my requests are made, it looks like I'll be using Weland for a long, long time...
The 3D models are nice but very simple. The plugin works and isn't too buggy but overall I just think that they seem out of place when everything else is just a bunch sprites. Hopefully this might help bring bring together a mod that shapes Marathon into a 3D format.
Heretic is fun, and I personally think it's a great game. Unfortunetly, I wish I could say the same thing for this map (I WISH.) It just doesn't go well with Marathon, and although I liked the bay area, the indoor chambers were cramped, too much for my liking. Either way I find it hard to reccomend this.
This is currently included in the new version of M1A1 (no longer M1A1, now it's really Marathon) and you don't need to download Aleph One to play this (although it still works with it.) Very good, it maintains the smooth, white style from previously before. It is small enough to give us lots of space on the screen, I couldn't ask for more. Bloody brilliant!
I wish you had textured the world and made it easier to play. The idea was creative but the corridors were too cramped and I always had to restart.
When you first play Aeon you'll experience a new kind of world where things are tight and crazy. I do enjoy Aeon but the first level is cramped and compact, also quite unorganized. I do have to say, it ain't broke. It just isn't the best either.
The textures look great and purely do not effect so prominent that itself does not lose it's out-of-this-world feeling that is invoked on the player.
It would be nice if the map wasn't so small, and if there was a better balance of weapon supply. I would only recommend this for 2 players.
I like Phoenix because it introduces new weapons. I'd like if it were easier to complete the levels and not so easy to get lost and end up having to resort to the map.