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Hopper on Feb 10th 2014
This plugin increases the number of AI monsters active at any one time. The increased number was the default setting in Aleph One until 1.1, when the Marathon 2/Infinity defaults were restored.
You should use this plugin with scenarios built specifically for Aleph One, such as Eternal X, Kill Them All, or Phoenix. When/if those scenarios are updated, you will no longer need this plugin. Do not enable the plugin for scenarios orginally designed for Marathon Infinity, such as Tempus Irae.
1960 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots, 0.0 rating
M1A1 Fixes 1.0
Hopper on Jul 18th 2011
M1A1 Fixes is a plugin that makes the scenario a little closer to the original Marathon.
Notes for version 1.0:
This first version has 3 fixes:
Remove the "Pathways into Darkness" opening
Restore the BoBs' soft-death sequences
Limit the player to a single fist (sadly not the left one)
The "No PiD" plugin is not necessary or compatible with this plugin, so please uninstall or disable it before trying M1A1 Fixes.
1902 downloads, 3 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating
XBLA Textures Plugin 20120128
treellama on Feb 9th 2012
herecomethej2000 on Jul 6th 2020
CFP is a complete set of high definition textures for Marathon Infinity and Durandal. Based on the original Freeverse Marathon 2 Durandal XBLA textures, these have been further enhanced by the Alephone community with glowmaps and made to support Marathon Infinity.
Freeverse, Hopper, Treellama, TheDoc45, General Tacticus, J2k, Spurious Interrupt, Tfear7
This is the monsters portion of the plugin.
Installation: The downloaded file must be decompressed and the sub zip files moved to the appropriate plugin folder. The reason the plugin is broken up is for improved performance while still having the benefit of being compressed.
Note: Alephone doesn't handle overly large compressed plugins very well, especially on OSX. This is because Alephone would have to decompress the entire monster set just to get at the relatively few sprites it needs for any given instance. By breaking the plugin up into multiple plugins for each monster type, it only has to decompress what it needs for an instance.
Other CFP Packages
CFP Scenery - http://simplici7y.com/items/community-freeverse-plugin-scenery
CFP Weapons Inf - http://simplici7y.com/items/community-freeverse-plugin-weapons
CFP Weapons M2 - http://simplici7y.com/items/community-freeverse-plugin-weapons-m2
CFP Walls M2 - http://simplici7y.com/items/community-freeverse-plugin-walls-m2
Notes for version 1.3:
Fixed halo around tick sprites
1862 downloads, 0 reviews, 3 screenshots, 0.0 rating
M2 Default HUD 1.0
Hopper on Feb 22nd 2014
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.
1859 downloads, 0 reviews, 1 screenshot, 0.0 rating
President People on Aug 4th 2012
This plugin replaces all Pfhor textures with a combination of the Marathon 2 and Infinity versions into single textures. The result maintains Marathon 2's bright colors, and adds many details from the Infinity textures.
The plugin will work with either Marathon 2 or Marathon Infinity Shapes (or any scenario that leaves the Pfhor texture set unmodified).
Questions, comments, bugs? Post on the Pfhorums.
Notes for version 2.0:
Version 1.0: Initial Release
Version 2.0: Plugin expanded to replace the entire Pfhor texture set, various improvements throughout the pre-existing textures.
1848 downloads, 2 reviews, 0 screenshots, 4.5 rating
UESC Marathon 1.0
Dodopod on Aug 26th 2011
fiddler_on_a_roof on Apr 6th 2013
XBLA Monsters Plugin 20120128
treellama on Feb 9th 2012
Crater Creator on Aug 5th 2012
EasyShade contains functions for automating the lighting of Aleph One levels. It is intended to aid mapmakers in conjunction with their usual lighting techniques. EasyShade currently includes these functions (all parameters are optional):
sunlight(contrast, manual_sun_angle, cumulative) for simulating a directional light source that affects all surfaces and does not cast shadows
roomlight(brightness, floor_threshold, ceiling_threshold, radius) for assigning a brightness to an entire room at once
pointlight(brightness, max_radius) for simulating a point light source where the player is standing (calculations done in 2D)
darken() and lighten() for nudging the brightness of the room you're in up or down. These functions are tied to the previous and next weapon keys, so you can make an adjustment by pressing one key instead of typing out a function call.
pavelight(brightness) for applying a single brightness to all surfaces in the entire level
resetlights() for restoring a level to its original lighting levels
Notes for version 1.5:
Major update, now with wholly different types of automated lighting.