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NetWired v1.0

Six levels. Designed for 2-4 players. We found all six to be really enjoyable in three-person games. These games really favor the accurate shooter over the insdiscriminate aim-the-spanker-in-the-general-direction type.


A waldo world-type arena, but more radially symmetrical. Comes with a physics model that'll certainly up your carnage level.


You start in a pretty open arena, but switches really tighten things up...

Pfhactory v0.9b

A huge level with lots of places to hide... Designed for team play. Comes with a 30 minute film (teams, 3 on 2) showing some of the niceties of the level. Don't bother with less than four.

Suicide v13

3 more. Spanker Parlor is just Pistol Parlor (from Suicide 12) with spankers, but the other two are new. Pretty high carnage rates, even for Butch...

SuperCross v1.2

Kind of like a motocross course. Very pretty to look at, some of its features may not be quite so fun with someone chasing you... Rearranged a bit to facilitate flow. New version actually gets the invisibility regenerating...

Ty's Wigglies

Four net maps. Mostly arenas, with some extra twists... Readme is just the description of the upload from AOL.

World Wide Web v2.0

World Wide Web (above), with a twist. now the nodes are elevators, and travel can occur on two levels...

Meta vs. Aeon

Textures from Marathon 2. Used in most of the Meta series of maps.

Fm: Temporal Lab v1

First in a series I never finished. The reason I never finished the series was because I didn't want to be limited in what I could do. Following a series format, would have limited me.

"Pfhor Ball, Corner Pocket"

Another Mike Neylon map. A pretty nice pool table... the table top makes a great open arena, and the pockets lead to some nasty tunnel fighting.


Two islands, linked by an underground passage. Looks like it'd make for great team play.

Deja Vu

A pretty well laid out level. You'll be far too busy trying to stay alive the first time through to really take stock of your surroundings, but don't worry, there are ways around that... For your own enjoyment, don't read the terms before playing.

Director's Cut V2.0

Three (well, really two) levels. Visually pretty appealing. Playable as net levels, as well. Some pretty cool tricks (check out the reactor on the second level carefully).

Freek 3Pak

Three net levels. Lots of teleporters, and catwalks over lava... Mostly well-lit. A couple of nasty surprises.

Hulk Farm

You are the Marathonian, the Hulk Hunter. This should give you a pretty good idea of the plot of this level... (Actually, the readme's pretty interesting.)


Named for lighting effects that you don't have enough time to pay attention to... Mostly pretty tight (not too much open space), but spread out enough that there's room for 4 or so players. Two rechargers that are VERY hard to use, especially with more than two players...


Looks small, but it's not... Readme says it can be played solo, but there really aren't enough aliens...