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Trippy Dippy 1.0

A tiny (well, sort of) 5D map with 3 distinct, spatially overlapping areas. Once you've gotten the textures down, it gets a bit less confusing... but it's all small enough that Jinx_tigr's favorite bug (damage in one frame of reference affects those in another) is abundant here. As Pushkin says, "i'd rather be hit over the head with 5d space anyway." Play it! You'll have fun.

UESC Duodenium v1.2.1

An extremely enjoyable 2-level scenario. Lighting is great, gameplay is fantastic (I hate those spnkr bobs!), the touches are wonderful. (Check out the Commander's diary...)

Don't Feed the Juggernauts

A straighforward ring, with an inner moat guarded by juggs. Lots of ammo on the outside, bigger weapons in the moat or on the inside. Originally built for Win95.

Quades (M2)

5 levels, sort of a wide range. Some seem to be designed for solo practice (too many aliens for a reasonable net game), while others seem to be designed for net play.

Levels of Lh'owon v3.1

My first netpack. Rather simplistic design in some levels, but still fun to play. Has 35 levels which support all types of play. Good for 2-8 players. Works in both M2 and Infinity.

Escape!! v1.01

This was my first, 7-level scenario, and a moderate success. I've been told it's fun to play and has a good storyline, but some of my level design is simple. The Pfhor levels, in particular, aren't really Pfhor-like. Still worth the download.

People I Could Name v1.0

A sprawling, symmetrical, multilevel map which is extremely easy to get lost in (since it looks the same in many places). Dark, and big, and hard to figure out if your fodder is above or below you... this one is good for lurkers.

Spacewalk: Theme and Variations v1.0

6 levels, in somewhat unique nethop form (try it, it's kinda cool), all variations on the original. (Hence the name.) All non-alien texturesets are covered, and various liquid configurations are present.

Steve No More v1.0

A large, somewhat symmetrical level, with a hill surrounded by a lava moat. The hill is reached by shooting a switch that raises stairs to it, and under the hill (for those willing to brave the lava) is a stronghold with rechargers.

Apocalypse Ranch

A remake of the first outdoor area from Kill Your Television, with the addition of a pair of Juggs. Sort of weird... there's tons of SPNKR missiles here, but not one SPNKR. The physics model included, though, gives you missiles instead of grenades, and a whole boatload of 'em... so you should be okay. I suppose.

A Breakfast Cafe in Vienna, Austria v1.0

A huge, sprawling level, with just about every possible environment. No matter what sort of battlefield you normally prefer, you should be able to find it here...

Lotus 1.1

A pretty complicated map, but easy to get around. It's set up sort of in the shape of a lotus flower (hence the name), with big weapons available only inside small guardpost-like rooms with forcefields on the door. Lots of secrets, with teleporters to get you quickly to the hill, entire secret areas, and little touches everywhere. Great for team KOTH.

Ode to a Rocket Launcher 1.0

A large, symmetrical map that penalizes you for moving around. Fastest way from one side to the other is via a pfhorslime pooter, but it can be worth it. Watch the crushing doors... and keep an eye out for the odd enforcer. Reminds me in places of a few M1 levels... but I think it's just a feeling, not anything concrete.

Bob Bites Back

An open shallow pool with several simple corridors around it. Hallway space is tight, so if you're out of ammo, you're dead. Carnage rates should be high, especially with aliens on...

Compass 1.0

A small circular arena, with a raised hill accessible only by 5D tunnels or spnkr-jumping. Weapons and ammo are plentiful, flow is quite nice, cover is even available. Don't worry, though... it's small enough that carnage will be quite high with anything over 3 players.


It doesn't get much simpler than this. A big figure-8 racetrack, with lots of baddies, and lots of stuff to kill 'em. (And your friends, of course.) All starting positions are in a row, so you could play this one as a real race... first one across the finish line wins. (Mario Andretti never had to worry about being shotgunned from behind...)

Brotherhood of Harmonious Fists 1.0

A tiny arena, nice to look at, deadly to be in. In the words of the author, "a real all-punching instant death trip." No weapons, no baddies (well, except for the occasional fighter), and it's set with the Rebellion flag... so you're down to minimal health when you start. Designed for 4+ players (remember, it's tiny!). If you're lucky, you'll be near the center when the rare 2x canister or alien weapon appears. (Then the death rates really go up.)

Gladiators 3 1.0

A huge circular arena, with several surrounding corridors. Elevators connect levels, and the odd jug or MOAH keep you busy if you're having trouble finding your friends in all this room. Lots of little alcoves to hide in and ambush folks from... but it's so big that if you pick too good a hiding place, you may never get the chance to actually ambush anyone. Plenty of ammo.

ToastMonkey's Revenge 1.0

A large, convoluted map, with a central, raised hill surrounded by a lava moat, and lots and lots of side passages to play with. Tons of secrets... teleporters that take you to the hill (in a roundabout way), an invincibility, little things that'll keep you busy for a while. Beware: there's a switch that puts up barriers around the hill for over 30 seconds... the only way in is via teleporters (while the barriers are up), and the only way out is by dying. An ill-timed switch can really tip the balance in a KOTH game...

Unsavory Tidbits (M2)

10 maps, all small, most quite nicely done. They're not new, just new to this site. Great for 2-3 person games. Simple, fast, clean... carnage in its pure form.