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Lush Supersuite v1.2

7 levels, ranging from huge to tiny. Some take inspiration from Bungie levels (you'll know by the name), some are entirely original. All are well-constructed, and provide nicely for heavy carnage.


Very clever- amazing it hasn't been done before.This one's a lot of fun. It is what it sounds like - you (and your opponent) are the paddles, missiles are the ball. The missiles can't hurt you... but if you miss one, the crusher that it triggers can... A blast.

Chokin' on the Splinters v2.0

A multilevel, familiar-feeling map... but you haven't seen this before, at least not in this form. Lots of tight spaces, good flow... but also easy to get trapped, easy to find yourself in a corner.

Arthur vs. Makbeth 1.5

A huge map, several large, open areas connected by tight, twisting corridors. Lots and lots of baddies for solo play - maybe too many for net play (they all regenerate) - you get baddie jams in hallways. Otherwise, an interesting level - some fun strategy stuff can be done.

Gladiator Station

A tight level, space station? Lighting is very nicely done - dark, but plenty of detail. Some really fun eye candy. A save term (very odd for a net level!). Unmerged on purpose, so you can add whatever physics you like. More weapons and ammo than you can shake a pfhorstaff at. Be careful with that SPNKR... you're more liable to hurt yourself than you enemies!

Pfhor Years and Seven Months 1.5

Mostly dark, and mostly underwater (okay, sewage). A few walkways on the surface... beware of grenades knocking you off. Plenty of ammo, but no O2... so you gotta kill each other before you run out. (Shouldn't be too hard.)

Simplici7y Contest Entries

In April/May 2000, held a mapmaking competition in which the goal was to make the most interesting map with only 7 polygons. The top 7 maps won prizes...

Stadious Maximus

A huge, sprawling, dark level. Flow isn't as smooth as it could be, due to lots of water areas with limited exits, but once you learn the layout, you should be able to get around fine. Merged with a custom physics model called 'Cyborg Standard' that beefs up both the baddies and the weapons. Pretty hard on normal, as a practice level... pretty sparse, netwise, with less than three players. You gotta love that second trigger on the SMG, though... BLAM!

Carnage Time Arena v2.0

A simple, diamond-shaped map with a raised walkway down the center. Teleporters at either end let you jump back and forth between the areas separated by the walkway... or you can climb the outside stairways (as a target) to reach the top. Version 2 is totally redone... retextured, new hidey-holes, PLENTY of ammo. A far better 2-man map. (More than 3 and death rates would get obscene.)


A large, square arena, surrounded by a huge maze. Most weapons and ammo (and oxygen canisters - it's a vacuum level) are in the maze. Careful in the bottom right corner... it's possible to get stuck in the passageway. Since it's a vacuum level, there are no explosive weapons, so if you get stuck, you're done.

Phozirus v1.2

A collection of 5 maps (well, 6 if you count a small opening level for one of the other ones - accessible only in single player and coop).

The Secret Pit

A circular outdoor arena, with grandstand seats, and a small but deep (waterfilled) pit in the center. All the goodies (SPNKR, TOZT, powerup canisters) are in the central pit... but good players will be able to take a good chunk of health out of someone diving in - the opening is small enough that you have to slow down to a walk to get in. Better hope you actually kill them going down!

Sea of Darkness

A small net map with a raised platform surrounded by a dark ring. Carnage rates should be high with almost any number of players... there's nowhere to hide. (Weapons and ammo are plentiful.)

Jet Li/ITower V1.1

Aother map using the Jet Li physics model. This one is a multi-level skyscraper... takes nice advantage of the flying part of the physics. Update adds MUCH more ammo.


Three maps from Mark Conahan, originally released in early 1997, but only on Mark's webpage. Finally making their way into the Archives.

Seven Pansies Prancing

A large, relatively intricate design, in two flavors - night and day. Ammo will NEVER be a problem. Flow is quite good... larger groups will find that there are very few safe places, and those few you do find can end up as killing fields. The first runthrough is a bit confusing, but once you've got the layout down, movement is great. Absolutely worth a look.

Dogfight Netpack 2.0

9 maps, 6 large, 3 medium/small. A few minor problems, but all in all, decent flow, lots of weapons/ammo, varied layouts. If your group is looking for new netmaps, you should find some good stuff in here.

Jet Li/Bob Arena, Rooftops

Adds a new, improved physics model to the Jet Li concept released a few days ago. Now the rockets have been replaced by shell casings (they look like marshmallows flying at you, but they're a hell of a lot more dangerous), and there are lots of dangerous bobs. This is getting very interesting...

The Battle Cat's World Tour v1.1

7 maps, spanning the length and breadth of the world during world war II. Okay, not really. Just 7 maps, all tweaked for pretty nice carnage rates, with great attention to detail and superb flow. Plays solo or net.

Jet Li/In the Walls

An experiment, more than anything. The map is really just there to show off the physics model. Walkfing's faster, running messes with gravity... pistols shoot rockets (although they still do bullet damage-big difference is if you shoot a close wall, you can die, unlike your standard pistols). If you're interested in making an urban combat map, and don't feel like starting from scratch, this might be a help.