Simplici7y is a file sharing web application for the Aleph One community. Originally written in with Ruby on Rails 1.0 and hosted alongside The Pfhorums, Simplici7y is now a Django 4 Application deployed to Heroku from Github.
The project is named after a 7-polygon mapping challenge, which focuses on doing more with less.
When Fileball suffered downtime in early 2007, Jon Irons saw the need to fill the gap as soon as possible. He came to me with his idea for a new project. Jon's support was fundamental to the development and successful launch of Simplici7y, and I consider this project his as much as it is mine.
Simplici7y came online on the second anniversary of The Pfhorums. After Fileball was destroyed in a fire, S7 became the de facto place to publish. In the 16 years it has been online, there have been over 12 million downloads, 600 items and 1,400 reviews.
On our 16th anniversary, 2.0.0 is a complete rewrite of the original Ruby on Rails application into Python / Django 4. This also includes:
Feature development is now much easier, so head over to Github to submit requests or report any bugs you find.
Marathon's original QuickTime 2.x instruments, brought to modern DAWs in sample form.
Suitable for playing back Marathon MIDI files or incorporating these instruments into a new Marathon soundtrack.
Just set the user folder path of your SFZ player to the Aiffdisk and enjoy!
QuickTime Musical Instruments is property of Apple Computer, Inc. and Roland Corporation ©1994 All rights reserved. Do not use or distribute this reproduction for purposes other than Marathon-related activities. Do not sell this reproduction.
ampeg_release may need to be adjusted on some of the instruments to properly recreate.
2.1 accented hi-hat sounds weird but that may just be how QuickTime processes it in a mix.
Random spikes in MIDI playback may be caused by duplicate notes.
If more instruments are needed, please contact me on Discord: @Solar-Tron #6173
by Gregory Ewing firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
This is free software. Share and enjoy.
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.
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:
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:
Rolling release based on the current production branch of code.
2021-09-08: added ability to generate binary physics files from JSON
Writing a Lua plugin for Marathon under Aleph One 1.1? This script will rename the mnemonics for monsters, projectiles, etc. so you can find the right objects.
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.
This Aleph One plugin allows you to go under water calmly without having to look at those heinous faders. It works great for texturing liquid maps with Visual Mode by treellama, and is compatible with Marathon 2, Marathon Infinity and other plugins.
Resolved some wording and parsing errors
Now you can hear the Original Marathon Soundtrack in the modern MIDI Instruments for Quicktime! Me sad though, no plugin, no MML script, just replace your Tracks folder with the new one... :'-(
It may not be a plugin, and it may not replace on its own, but it has some cool extra stuff, things for newcomers and things for Born on Boards!
This utility will let you assign floor & ceiling heights without having to first set them up in a level editor!
Its actually a template level which you start out with and you create your own level in it.
The height range is from nearly -32 WU floor to 32 WU ceiling. Its like having height presets for 64 flights of stairs in a starship or building, or a resolution of 512 map elevation contours for your giant outdoor hills, valleys and pools of liquid. Hey, maybe both. There are as many ceiling settings as there are floor settings, so there's room for that underground cave system of yours too!
The included Read Me explains how to first use the presets and later how to delete the preset polygons, if need be.
See the description.
This plugin replaces all the textures in marathon infinity's lava set with 512x512 versions. I have sought to stay true to the originals and I hope it shows. Version 2 includes major updates to all textures. Bump maps are now supported. Make sure to check that out!
2.0 New release with major texture upgrades and bump maps
2.05 Removal of bright line from texture 018.
Animates the water with a 24 frame animation.
Only for water set so far. It needs to be activated last, since the last activated plugin gets priority.
0.2 Moved the animated water from my water set to this plugin.
This plugin replaces all the textures in marathon infinity's water set with 512x512 versions. I have sought to stay true to the originals and I hope it shows. Version 2 includes major updates to all textures. Bump maps are now supported. Make sure to check that out!
2.0 Updates to all textures and new bump maps.
2.01 Fixed missing light on switch
2.1 Added animated water. Replaced bitmap 07 with png to fix color issue.
2.2 Updated Read Me. Moved animated water to a separate plugin.
Physics model, the last of many I've made. Here are the changes: --Pistol: No change (although a little buggy with the shapes) --shotgun: Now shoots flame rounds --Fusion: bolts look different, but function basically the same. --AR: shoots orange drone bolts, grenades bounce and have bigger, blue explosions. --SMG: shoots persistent/virulent bolts that act like grenades. Looks really cool, my favorite weapon. --Flamer: shoots a beam of fire that looks like the alien weapon from M2/Inf. --Rocket: Wave Motion Cannon. Persistent and virulent, looks like a giant fusion bolt and has a huge blast radius.
Also comes with Kimblee_Shapes, the shapes file needed to run it properly, otherwise you'll just get wierdly colored sprites.
Versions 1-14 i kept to myself, but it is still a work in progress and as such any suggestions are welcome. I have some older physics models i made, and if anyone wants them i will upload those too.
A GUI theme for Aleph One inspired by Apple's System 7.5, as seen in Marathon's original preferences dialogs. Based on an earlier (now obsolete) theme by Christian Bauer.
Now more authentic. Turn off "Smooth Text" for best results.
Plugin Version of Tim Vogels 'Total Texture Enhancement Pack' v7 for Marathon Infinity
-For screen shots and details refer to original MOD. -Original Readme enclosed -Released under permission
INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS: 1) Cut & Paste 'TTEP v7.0 (M3).zip' into your 'Plugins' folder in the AlephOne Folder. (Create the folder if you don't have one)
2) Start AlephOne.exe and go to Preferences->Environments->Plugins (Click to Enable/Disable Plugins)
Same release - just renamed in Plugin list so you can use concurrently with Gorans Textures.
Plugin Support Release.
Problems Post on Pfhorums http://www.pfhorums.com/index.php?showtopic=5786&st=20&gopid=86160&#entry86160