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Hippieman found some higher resolution renders from the XBLA game on his hard drive. This plugin combines the scraps to give you mostly complete compiler, cyborg, fighter, green trooper, hunter, tick, and f'lickta replacements.

  • There is no purple trooper, it will be low res. Sorry, Vidmasters.
  • One frame of the brown hunter is missing, and will appear low-res
  • The orange compiler was generated from the purple one using the hald clut that was used for the original plugin. All the compilers were squished vertically to fit the original XBLA aspect ratio.
  • Not (yet?) included: the "Marine" sprites
  • Not included: the Classic Marathon-style red compiler
Notes for version 0.2:
  • Fixes black outlines in DDS conversion

40 downloads, 0 reviews, 4 screenshots

Screenshot titled "Vasara 2.0b texture selection"

A work-in-progress update of Hopper & Ares Ex Machina’s texturing plugin (which itself is based on treellama & Jon Irons’ Visual Mode.lua), with several new features:

  • Support for Aleph One’s 1.7 new transfer modes
  • Vastly more grid alignment options, including options to decouple X and Y alignment; options to align textures to the center, right, bottom, north, west, south, or east; and several more grid sizes.
  • A “decouple transparent sides” option that allows you to apply different textures, alignments, and lights to each transparent side of a line.
  • Options to apply only the texture or only the transfer mode rather than both.
  • A toggle for the “realign textures when retexturing” option.
  • Overlays that show what you’re looking at (useful if you want to use Lua scripts on part of the level).

It also fixes several bugs, most glaringly the Lua error spam that happened whenever you had “apply texture” and “apply light” selected with a light value above 55.

To install:

This remains a work in progress, and updates may be slow, as Vasara’s code is sparsely documented and frequently quite dense, but I intend to continue working on it. I welcome constructive suggestions (best delivered through GitHub or Discord) and will attempt to implement them as time permits.

Enjoy!

Notes for version 2.0b:

Work in progress beta.

120 downloads, 0 reviews, 4 screenshots

Visual Mode 3.0.2

treellama on 01/20/2024

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Visual Mode is a plugin that allows you to texture maps in Aleph One. It supports almost all features of Forge's visual mode, plus OpenGL, multiple texture sets, and more. Requires Aleph One 1.7.

Notes for version 3.0.2:

Changes:

  • Adds Jjaro wires and chip insertion
  • Fixes "wep only" control panel editing
  • Adds new transfer modes from Aleph One 1.7

Aleph One 1.7 is now required!

5,667 downloads, 17 reviews, 1 screenshot, 4.7 rating

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Space scenery for Logan 7 single player map. Place zipped or unzipped download in Plugins folder in Marathon directory and select "Spooky Landscape Plugin" from environment preferences in game.

Notes for version 0.07:

Landscape doesnt align yet.

Prepare for renewal.

220 downloads, 0 reviews, 2 screenshots

M2SE Music Plugin 1.0.1

treellama on 10/12/2023

This plugin enables M2SE music with the stock Marathon 2 or Marathon 2 for Windows 95 map.

Requires Aleph One 1.7b1. Simply unzip and copy the folder to your Marathon 2 Plugins directory.

Credits from the M2-SE Music Readme (included):

  • The Mark Sumner “Zipper Cat” OGGs are copyright Team Unpfhorgiven.
  • The Mike Gorczynski “The Punisher” OGGs are copyright Team Unpfhorgiven.
  • The Cannibal Whore Feast OGGs are by Iain McLaughlin.
  • The “Mercenary” track "Trapped In Space" is by Julian Zielke and is copyright Team Unpfhorgiven.
  • The MuShoo track "We're Everywhere!" was originally a bonus track for M1A1, but is now in use with Marathon 2: Special Edition, allowing M2-SE to flower.
Notes for version 1.0.1:

Added checksum for M2 Win95 map

566 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots

Pepper HUD 1.0

W'rkncacnter on 08/05/2023

Screenshot titled "Peppers"

This is a slightly modified version of the Default HUD created by Hopper: https://simplici7y.com/items/m2-default-hud/

This is meant for people that want the HUD to be small, but not obscure parts of the game world. If you are bothered by the black bar this usually leaves, it can be filled in with artwork. I've included several options for artwork in the resources/extra_images folder. Or you can create your own.

To size the HUD, you can use the typical HUD sizes in the options. However, they will all be smaller than the default HUD, as one of the goals of this plugin is to maximize the game world view.

The normal HUD also typically leaves black bars on the sides depending on your resolution and settings, and this HUD attempts to eliminate that from happening.

Notes for version 1.0:

If you downloaded a PepperHUD that was floating around from a long time ago, you should get this new version.

528 downloads, 1 review, 3 screenshots, 5.0 rating

Pretty self explanatory.

460 downloads, 2 reviews, 0 screenshots, 4.5 rating

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Marathon 2 replacement textures based on the originals, created with AI.

There's no reason for this to exist. I just wanted an excuse to screw around with some new technology.

549 downloads, 0 reviews, 4 screenshots

M2 Default HUD 1.1

Hopper on 01/17/2023

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Are you working on a Lua HUD, and want to know how to draw inventory panels or weapons just like the built-in one? This plugin acts just like the hardcoded HUD from M2 and Infinity, so you can see how to duplicate any feature in Lua. It works with third-party scenarios too.

Notes for version 1.1:

Version 1.1 fixes errors with the network radar, and hides ammo for a second weapon when you only have one.

2,846 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot

Basic HUD 1.0.1

treellama on 01/14/2023

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This is a basic fullscreen HUD for any scenario that uses the default Marathon 2 or Infinity HUD, and doesn't come with its own HUD. It attempts to make as few assumptions as possible, which allows it to work on a wide variety of scenarios, but is a little ugly. See the screenshots for details.

Software mode works but is even uglier due to the inability to circle clip the motion sensor.

The only supported HUD size in this version is Normal.

Based on the Default HUD script by Hopper.

To install, create a Plugins directory next to the Scripts directory in the scenario you want to add it to, and copy this zip file to the Plugins directory.

Notes for version 1.0.1:

Changes:

  • Fixes display of dual wield weapon ammo when you only have one

1,093 downloads, 1 review, 4 screenshots, 5.0 rating

Eat The Path 1.1

W'rkncacnter on 01/07/2023

Screenshot titled "Automap Tracking"

Finally, a plugin that ruins mararthon.

This is a plugin for any marathon scenario that will act kind of like GPS navigation when activated. It can show just about any worthwhile objective on the map, and in most cases lead you directly to them.

This is a huge cheat, so it's not really recommended if you want the "true" marathon experience. It's for people that either don't have the patience to navigate through mazes themselves, or for people that just want to make sure they found everything on a given level. It can be very useful for tracking down all secrets.

Notes for version 1.1:
  • Added ability to permanently ignore certain items and monsters
  • Handle jumping gaps better in some limited cases

714 downloads, 5 reviews, 2 screenshots, 5.0 rating

Screenshot titled "Original Mac Fonts used in HUD and Automap (640x480)"

This mod restores the original fonts used in the Macintosh version of Marathon.

NOTE: This only works with the DEFAULT HUD, custom HUDs have been reported to have issues with this plugin, so experiment at your own risk.

Notes for version 1.0:

v1.0 - Initial Release

535 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot

Screenshot titled "Original Mac Fonts used in HUD and Automap (640x480)"

This mod restores the original fonts used in the Macintosh version of Marathon.

NOTE: This only works with the DEFAULT HUD, custom HUDs have been reported to have issues with this plugin, so experiment at your own risk.

Notes for version 1.0:

v1.0 - Initial Release

490 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot

Screenshot titled "After #1"

Rubicon X was released a long time ago, when Aleph One didn’t have bloom and when its monster activation limits were, by default, much higher than they are now. It hasn’t been updated since, so running it out of the box with no changes has several problems: monsters will randomly deactivate on several levels, and the bloom looks horrible because it defaults to overpoweringly high levels. I’ve created this plugin as an “all-in-one” fix for both these issues. It restores the monster activation limits to their intended values, and it makes the game look decent with bloom.

To run this, just put it in your Rubicon X plugins folder. (If you don’t have one, make a new “Plugins” folder in the “Rubicon X” folder – NOT the “Rubicon Data” folder – and stick this in it.) If you currently have Rubicon X running, you’ll need to quit the app and reload it.

Notes for version 1.0:

First release.

640 downloads, 1 review, 4 screenshots, 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.

409 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot

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A horrible virus is affecting everything around you.

The only way you know how to deal with the situation is to spread it around as much as possible, and kill everything that remains.

(A plugin compatible with Marathon 2, Infinity, or similar scenarios.)

468 downloads, 2 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating

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There were some manual edits done to the fighter shapes to keep their staves/glow maps consistent between frames. The inconsistencies were obvious with the higher definition monsters, so thanks to Aaron for cleaning up the originals.

1,332 downloads, 3 reviews, 7 screenshots, 5.0 rating

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Gigapixel AI upscaled graphics for Marathon 1, 2, and Infinity.

1,201 downloads, 2 reviews, 15 screenshots, 3.5 rating

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HD graphics replacements for Aleph One: Pathways Into Darkness

AOPID can be found here: http://simplici7y.com/items/aleph-one-pathways-into-darkness

Notes for version 1.1:

Significantly improved weapons in hand and monsters using an updated model and better processing.

1,562 downloads, 1 review, 7 screenshots, 3.0 rating

Screenshot titled "low settings"

The main thing to know about this plugin is that if you're going to refer to it, you must use ALL CAPS.

Along with that, you should know that it adds extra gore to every monster that dies. Some monsters spill blood when you shoot them. Bullets/explosions leave marks on the ground and walls. All changes are purely visual. The amount of gore you see is configurable (see readme for details).

This is compatible with M2 and Infinity, and any other scenario that largely uses unmodified versions of those monsters.

Notes for version 1.2:
  • Tooncinator made the shapes patch fully compatible with Infinity by adding missing SMG graphics, vacbobs, and color tables.
  • Removed the crush sound as it wasn't working for everyone and didn't add much
  • Now with new butts!

1,455 downloads, 2 reviews, 3 screenshots, 5.0 rating