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Xtreme CRIST Tournament 2k310

irons on 12/07/2020

Screenshot titled "couch fishing"

CRIST is my co-pilot

1,274 downloads, 1 review, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating

A collection of 25 mp3 tracks created by Tobacco (Thomas Barth), Cannibal Whore Feast (Iain McLaughlin), Chibi-Usa, MuShoo (Mike Schapiro).

Originally uploaded to Orbital Arm, I am not the author of this release.

Notes for version 1.5:

Aliens Again.mp3
Chomber.mp3
Chomber2.mp3
Fat Man.mp3
Fat Man2.mp3
Flippant.mp3
Flowers In Heaven.mp3
Flowers In Heaven2.mp3
Freedom.mp3
Guardians.mp3
Landing.mp3
Landing2.mp3
Leela.mp3
Leela2.mp3
New Pacific (Reprise).mp3
New Pacific.mp3
Rapture.mp3
Rushing.mp3
Rushing2.mp3
Splash (Marathon).mp3
Splash (Marathon)2.mp3
Swirls.mp3
Swirls2.mp3
We're Everywhere!.mp3
What About Bob.mp3

2,817 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots

This very simple Weland plugin lists all map annotations for the current level, in a dialog where they can be easily read or copied. Good for spell checking your scenario, or combing maps for secrets.

76 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots

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This is an English translation of the Aleph One scenario "Blauwe Vingers", originally in Dutch. All due credit for the original scenario and game content belongs to Tim Vogel and Stage Game Studio. The translation was the combined effort of myself, Drictelt, and Google's translation service.

This is a translation of the map file only, which means only terminal text, map text, level names, and console text are translated. Everything else, like interface text, loading screen text, and audio, is unchanged at this time.

To install, move Kaart.sceA into the "Data" subfolder of your Blauwe Vingers installation. For more information, see the included read me file.

Enjoy!

Notes for version 1.2 English:

This is the first release, compatible with Blauwe Vingers 1.2.

2,618 downloads, 2 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating

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In this new NEFX scenario shell for Marathon Aleph One, travel around a corn maze to get to the exit without a map. If you try to use a map, you'll die, because that's cheating. So really use your navigational skills, prowess, memory, etc. You'll become a better person if you persevere through this.

Notes for version 2023-10-29:

Today I added one new map for Marathon: Corn Maze, "The Weight of Cumulative Collective Memory". This can be downloaded individually or with the scenario itself at the provided link.

468 downloads, 1 review, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating

Screenshot titled ""Eightfold Artificial Ferromagnet" - Spooky"

Version 1.0

by Gregory Ewing greg.ewing@canterbury.ac.nz

This is a set of Ruby plug-in scripts for Google Sketchup to export a model as a Marathon map file that can be played with the Aleph One game engine.

A tutorial is included which demonstrates what's been implemented so far. Start at Tutorial/index.html.

If you have used a previous version of MarathUp, see CHANGES.txt for a summary of added features, and have a look at the new sections in the tutorial.

Licence

This is free software. Share and enjoy.

Notes for version 1.0.1:

This is a working version of the script the Professor helped me fix over email.

Luckily it was found in system files of old computer. It is now safe and sound.

523 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot

Sticky Shoes 0.1

gumdrop9 on 12/18/2021

This is 3 netmaps. One is over 20 years old & out-of-touch with reality. One is completely stale & warmed over. One is a fresh stinking pile just made. I plan on adding to and updating these, so this is just a test version & I'll be happy to hear any feedback (on Discord). Thanks for trying them out!

824 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots

The Grab Bag 3.0

Nibenon on 01/02/2012

Screenshot titled "Seabase"

A compilation of Ruben Rybnik's and my own maps, each with a specific gametype in mind. Remember, since both of us contributed, we can't review. I leave THAT to you. Really, REVIEW.

Notes for version 3.0:

I've added 6 more maps that were meant to be EMFH, etc. but were then expanded for survival. Ruben finally updated "Palace of Eru" and another map.

Reviews are always nice, even the occasional spite would be a change.

2,788 downloads, 4 reviews, 17 screenshots, 3.5 rating

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Marathon 1 monster textures at 16x the original resolution using xBR scaling. Includes marine textures and every color palette.

Credits: - General Tacticus, who helped me index M1's original shapes file - Treellama, who helped me use Aorta to remove blue from the textures - Hawkynt, who created the program that could batch upscale 2,602 textures, and - Hyllian, who created the xBR 4x scaling algorithm

Notes for version 1.3:
  • Added some missing textures
  • Reverted back to original algorithm
  • Quality-of-life improvements

2,907 downloads, 2 reviews, 7 screenshots, 5.0 rating

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Hey all,

It's been a while. Back in 2007-2008 I created a game based on the Aleph One engine as part of a graduation project. It's quite outdated but I've had several request from people asking me to upload it here, so here it goes :)

"Blauwe Vingers' Is a Dutch translation of "Blue Fingers". It's a game about the medieval history of a city in the Netherlands called "Zwolle" in 1524.

The project has about a full year of work into it and was completely done by 5 people. Areas in the game are build after city blueprints and the story is based on real historical events. While it offers quite a campaign and large amount of content, please be aware that the game is completely in Dutch language. This unfortunately makes it almost impossible to complete it when you do not understand the language. I simply couldn't find the time to translate everything into English, as there are countless of in-game conversation, history texts, videos and whatnot.

Still, it's definitely worth to check it out (also if you're a scenario creator yourself). Many features in the game were things never done before back in 2008 with Aleph One. Later in 2010 the game received an updated to support normal maps, a floating HUD and other improvement that were later introduced to the Aleph One engine.

Note: I cannot guarantee that the game is still fully functional with the latest Aleph One features. I've quickly tested it with the latest Aleph One build on my Mac and it seems to be working great, but as I haven't updated it since 2010, there might be new or altered features in the engine that are not supported.

Enjoy! Tim

Features: - Story driven level progression with about 19 maps based on historical areas and events. - Unique use of Aleph One features such as normal maps, post-processing effects, in-game videos, 3D scenery objects etc. - Total conversion, with countless of new characters, medieval weapons and environments. - Full multiplayer support with 10 unique multiplayer maps. - Graphics that push the engine to it's limits. - Think you've mastered Marathon's melee fists? Try the flail, dual wielding axes or daggers :)

Story: As the Dutch are known for their trade; 3 cities (Kampen, Zwolle and Deventer) in the North-east of the Netherlands form an important and strategic trade area in 16th century. However, there was also a lot of rivalry between the cities which almost escalated into a war, but mostly resulted in bullying, sabotage and name calling. After the duke of Zwolle "Karel van Gelre" was banned from the city in 1524 for treating the people badly, he later came back with an army to lay siege on the city for 30 days. Food and supplies were running out but just when everything seemed to be lost, Zwolle got help from unexpected Allies. The neighbour cities "Kampen" and "Deventer" assisted resulting in a major battle right outside the city and the people were set free.

The player plays as a poor student who has to find a study and place to stay in the city and ends up becoming a war hero with a duel between you and the duke as the final battle!

Recommended requirements: - Mac Os X 10.5 or later - 2GB free disk space - Intel Mac with 2ghz processor or better - 1GB of system memory

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2,277 downloads, 1 review, 20 screenshots, 5.0 rating

Screenshot titled "holdig the skill in signle player with friendly hunter - also avalible in othr file!"

im in a roll!

this is be my second upload to Simplicy!

why didnt player of marathon series have acess to ball? skull? why.

well wont worry i have here a script i made in lua. enalbe in settings, type skul(1) and yo have the ball!

thank you

EDIT sorry the comand is skull(1) made a mistake

2,368 downloads, 2 reviews, 1 screenshot, 2.0 rating

Nature's Peace 1.0

treellama on 06/27/2013

Screenshot titled "We're Not Everywhere"

This Aleph One plugin allows you to explore levels without all those pesky monsters trying to kill you.

2,215 downloads, 2 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating

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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

2,197 downloads, 0 reviews, 5 screenshots

Shared with Dr Sumner’s permission. These are his exhaustively detailed spoiler guides for every level of the original releases of Tempus Irae and Tempus Irae 2: The Lost Levels; they’re also accurate for the 2006 Aleph One conversion, but there will be notable differences in the upcoming Redux release (which will hopefully appear later this year).

These guides contain exhaustive walkthroughs of each level in both games with detailed information on their contents, including any bugs Dr Sumner encountered and information on every accessible terminal in each level, including images of each terminal screen and information on where to find them and when they are active. He also notes how he did in his playthrough.

These guides are attuned specifically to his play style: play on Total Carnage; use as little ammo as possible; collect all possible secrets and ammo; and defeat every enemy when practical – in short, one of the most challenging possible approaches to the game (especially since many levels provide limited shield recharges).

They’re also unbelievably comprehensive; the original Nardo spoiler guides, though admirable efforts, pale in comparison. Dr Sumner’s guides have provided us a wealth of useful information on bugs to correct for Redux (for instance, he notes monsters and items that don’t spawn in).

There’s much more where this came from, by the way. I’ll upload more of his guides soon enough.

Edit: I’m hosting several of his spoiler guides on my OneDrive for the time being (currently, Marathon 1, Marathon 2, Tempus Irae, The Lost Levels, Rubicon X, Phoenix 1.3, and Pfh’Joueur). You can find them at https://1drv.ms/u/s!AuD0MykSsmaRmx_NxpRgTRM69vgn?e=fgVHbX

579 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots

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This is the latest release of this scenario.

Winter 1 is a collaborative single player project originally made in 2010 to succeed the Xmas series. It consists of 7 levels.

Contributors: Drictelt, Shadowbreaker, $lave, Axle_Gear

Notes for version 1.3:

This version is from 2022 and was packaged with modern tools, so it should work on every platform. It also has some other improvements:

  • Created a new second level
  • Bug fixes and changes to some of the monsters
  • Various graphic changes

866 downloads, 0 reviews, 3 screenshots

OneBigPolygon ∞

aquateenhgrfrce on 01/29/2017

Screenshot titled ""

This map was the inspiration of W'rkncacnter's version of the map with the same name. This is the where it all began!

1,767 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot

Screenshot titled "Armageddon"

To be clear: I didn’t create this – it’s the work of James Hastings-Trew (of Tempus Irae fame). Hopefully he won’t mind me uploading this here.

This won the Bungie Mapmaking Contest back in the day – deservingly so; it’s a superb package in almost every manner. It’s become increasingly difficult to find, though, and the main version available requires running a patch on the classic Mac OS. Hence this upload.

Overall, this is a fun three-level pack with some great new textures. The story is fairly cursory (though well written), and it ends on a cliffhanger for an intended sequel that James never made because he got roped into Tempus Irae instead. TI is great, though, so no major complaints.

This is intended to run in Infinity; it includes a map and a shapes file. Further info is included in the “Simplici7y Megiddo Read Me” file found in the download.

1,130 downloads, 1 review, 3 screenshots, 4.0 rating

Marathon TROJAN 1.0

Shappie on 08/31/2020

Screenshot titled ""

Here it is, at last: Marathon TROJAN. Now compatible with Aleph One (1.3 or newer), this uses the native M1 files to deliver the original, unaltered experience we know from the 90's.

M1 compatible fullscreen HUD plugins will work with TROJAN if you don't want to use the included Classic HUD plugin.

Additional files include the Weapons Pump Patch, FAQ, Manual, Spoiler Guide, and read me's from older versions of TROJAN.

Special thank you to Hamish Sanderson for giving us permission to distribute this re-release of TROJAN. Enjoy!

3,540 downloads, 5 reviews, 5 screenshots, 3.6 rating

Ray Core Image ALPHA 7

irons on 07/17/2009

It is returning ? Did one notice burns on this carpet. However henceforth backups are complete, magnetic media also need your DVD support. 10,000 RPM SCSI.

Notes for version ALPHA 7:

Exceeda only in possible dreams.

2,481 downloads, 4 reviews, 0 screenshots, 4.2 rating

Screenshot titled "Back to Basom"

The fifth and final edition of my second multiplayer map pack includes 24 maps, all varying in size and layout. Version 1.4 includes 2 new maps.

Notes for version 1.4:
  • Features 2 new maps: Water Sleepers, and Flying Saucer Tour.
  • Texturing/Shading retouched on Generic America, Battersea Odyssey, and The Refuge.
  • Untextured surfaces fixed on older maps.

3,902 downloads, 14 reviews, 24 screenshots, 5.0 rating