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Rambo XXXIII Shapes 1.1

President People on Apr 21st 2010


"Play on Carnage or not at all."

A shapes file that replaces the marine's pistol graphics with dual assault rifle graphics.
Also takes advantage of the Extra Bloom Plugin by adding glow to weapons firing, ceiling lights etc.

Folder also includes files for Floating X HUD; replacements for the pistols in the weapons manifest, making them dual assault rifles.

The Rambo XXXIII physics file from the Anvil sample models is also included.

Notes for version 1.1:

Deleted glow in the wall collections, which was interfering with High-Res textures.

1668 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot, 0.0 rating

ML Super Res Walls Infinity Plugin 1.0

treellama on Nov 27th 2020


Marathon Infinity wall textures upscaled with Pixelmator Pro's ML Super Resolution AI upscaler.

Upscale factor is 3x which is perfect for 1080p.

819 downloads, 0 reviews, 3 screenshots, 0.0 rating

FOV Script 1.0

3371-Alpha on May 23rd 2016

This is a script that modifies Marathon/Aleph One's FOV values.

"Why would I need to download this if I can just find the code to this script on the various threads at the Pfhorums, copy and paste it into a text editor and save it as a mml file?" Quite simple, because you're lazy.

Notes for version 1.0:

This script will not work on scenarios that have their own FOV modification scripts included.

2112 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots, 0.0 rating

Aleph One: Pathways Into Darkness Remastered Sounds 1.0

The Man on Dec 11th 2020

A set of remastered sounds for AOPID:

These are 6 dB quieter than the originals (an attached text file explains why), but also significantly less noisy, much crisper due to the addition of higher frequencies that were absent from the originals, and in some cases free of substantial audio flaws like 60 Hz hum on a lot of the Headless sounds or digital clipping distortion on some of the explosion and weapon sounds.

Note that most of these are not exact reconstructions of the missing audio data, but best guesses that I put together in iZotope RX5 Advanced; in a few cases, however, I was able to use the CD-quality audio sources. Also, make sure you have 16-bit audio on, or you’ll get the original sounds. I also suggest pairing these with W’rkncacnter’s HD AOPID graphics for best results:


Notes for version 1.0:

First release.

865 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots, 0.0 rating

Very early beta of two maps I am making

Volcanon on Aug 27th 2007

This is hopefully a "fixed" version of my maps. I works on OSX and OS9, but I don't have a PC or UNIX computer to test the other versions of A1.

There's only one terminal picture (which is a placeholder) so if you lose the resource fork on a PC, don't sweat it.

1781 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots, 0.0 rating

18th Parallel ?

KampferXeon on Jun 17th 2010


I played XBLA with just alien weapons on this map, and to my surprise, it was the most fun multiplayer game I've ever played. That's not saying much, since, you know. You all are... You know.

Notes for version ?:

Did you know that Pi backwards is Pie? 3.14- 4=P, 1=I, 3=E. Anyway, I actually recommend playing with Dead Players Drop Items, because the minimum count of guns here is half as much as the total count.

1711 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot, 0.0 rating

charlemagne rolling

irons on Feb 2nd 2021


A physics-to-JSON and JSON-to-physics utility that creates human-readable output useful for version control systems such as git. You can then edit these JSON files using a text editor, another program, etc. and turn them into physics files. Also included are utility scripts for:

  • viewing differences between git commits for physics, between any two non-tracked files, or between some mixture of these
  • retroactively building a parallel set of commits for a JSON version of one or more physics files' existing history
  • automatically generating JSON for every committed physics file, bundling the JSON into the commit

Source code and binaries are available on my website; also available there are signatures for individual binaries. I recommend using them to verify whichever you might run.

For verification purposes, here is my public key fingerprint:


Notes for version rolling:

Rolling release based on the current production branch of code.

2021-09-08: added ability to generate binary physics files from JSON

674 downloads, 0 reviews, 2 screenshots, 0.0 rating

Tranquil Graves 1.0.0

$lave on Sep 3rd 2007


My first net pack containing 9 maps. All maps work with EMFH, most work with KOTH and some work with KTMWTB. I am overall very pleased with the this as my first net pack and hope you will enjoy it!

2016 downloads, 0 reviews, 3 screenshots, 0.0 rating

Vending Demo 0.2.0

Kuurin on Sep 23rd 2016


Revival of a long lost quest for vending machines.

Single Player Lua + HUD + MML + 3d Scenery + Sounds!

That's right, the vending machines talk to you now. You weren't crazy after all. Now get away from me.

This is a demo, so not much is extremely polished, but it should be fun to play with in the meanwhile.

Notes for version 0.2.0:


+Improved model and skin.

+Fixed issue with rebellion maps breaking Lua script.

+Did I mention it's much prettier now?


-Still can't ensure glow map masks properly. Pfft.

1703 downloads, 0 reviews, 2 screenshots, 0.0 rating

An AI Called Wanda 1.0

Shappie on Feb 4th 2021


It is 40 years after the combined forces of Earth and the S'pht Kr sacked the Pfhor system. You were put back into stasis after your legendary battles at Tau Ceti and L'howon. You've been recalled from stasis to help the UESC on a mission of utmost importance. You are aboard the UESC Leviathan and headed towards the Kolana system. Hobbes, the onboard AI, informs you of the situation. The Pfhor are back. So are the S'pht. More importantly, there is a new player in town, an AI called Wanda.


  • An epic 3-way battle for the Jjaro AI with fluid alliances. Fight with the S'pht against the Pfhor, fight with the Pfhor against the S'pht. Fight alone against everyone.
  • A new texture set
  • 12 solo levels

Created by John A. Hancock, 1998

838 downloads, 0 reviews, 4 screenshots, 0.0 rating