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Space Survival v2.5

A solo net level, very well done. It builds on the Rocket Marines patch, and sticks you in an arena with lots of ammo, lots of powerups, and some truly beefed-up computer opponents.


The closest anyone's ever come to a cutscene level. Pretty astounding, even given the limitations... play it to see what it's all about. (It's cool. Really cool.) The author gives permission to incorporate this into your scenario, and even offers to customize it for you. Amazing what he thinks of...


A single level solo scenario. In a lot of ways, it reminded me of a map for M2 called Descent (except that it's far less buggy than Descent was).


A single level solo scenario. You wake up in a strange room, with a magnum that shoots pfhor bolts instead of bullets... flow is good, the level is hard, and generally, completion is possible.


A three-level (but pretty short) solo scenario. There's a plot, but it's sort of irrelevant... the game is focused pretty tightly on action.

Test Arena

A simple concept, elaborately (and extremely well) executed. This is an arena for testing monsters. Standard monsters, custom monsters... doesn't matter. You get lots of ammo, and a safe island, and a setup that allows the release of exactly the number and kind of monster you'd like, when you want it. It's way more elaborate than you'd ever really need for this task, but hey-if you're going to do something, why not do it right? If you need a test map for your new monster, this would work quite nicely.

Not a Good Landing v1.1

A four level solo scenario. Mostly well-built, with nice architecture, and decent gameplay. Play would be better, I think, if it weren't quite so predictable.

Stacked Walkways

A pretty neat demo of two walkways on top of each other. The technique uses scenery items to fake the look of the walkway, so you don't look like you're floating... it seems pretty clear that with a little bit of artistry, the proper scenery items could be created to make the upper walkway look nearly flawless. Also contains an intriguing extension of the author's untextured wall experiments.

Patio De Recreo El Diablo

In the author's words, a "glorified Return to Thunderdome". (That's like saying that the Titanic is a glorified rowboat, but who am I to disagree with an author?) Designed as a "net simulator" (which means it requires the Rockets of Fury Shapes patch to turn bobs into rocket-totin' cowboys), it pits you against a passel of nasty bobs in a gorgeous, fast-moving arena. Look for the additions... some of them are truly spectacular. (There's a texture that probably shouldn't have been used as a landscape texture, but it's really my only gripe.) I found carnage rates to be pretty high playing ag...

Mare Ceti v1.1

A very impressive solo level, with fanstastic puzzles, plenty of carnage, some way-cool tricks, and a storyline that ties in wonderfully to the original Tempus Irae story. It feels like an original TI level, although as far as I know, Dispatcher had nothing to do with the Nardo team. I'm pretty amazed with how much you can get into a single level, actually... Play this one, it's great. (I can't remember the last level I found myself leaning forward against my desk, fighting the current...) Update tweaks a few things for better gameplay, and adjusts map goals to allow finishing the level af...

"Moonlight Serenade (neu, klein)"

Another edition, later one too. German terms hold you back, to a point. Whereas we couldn't manage level one, "Go For It", at all in the previous edition we almost made it here. Where is that second chip? Does have a room full of ammo you have to look for. Pattern Buffer for saves, but no cheating, darn. Level two, "This is just the Beginning" is a very nifty Net (we think, what else when a room has ten shield canister thingy's and ammo up the you know where). Term we can kind of read says friend is in trouble. This level is also full of aliens of assorted stripe. Level three, Net/aliens/Boomer in the hanger. Level four is back at level one. Maybe third time will be the charm edition of this scenario.

Alpha & BX 711 V1.0

This is a very straightforward Infinity Scenario, nothing new. Find the chip, flip the switch & kill the aliens, which always come in bunches & make life easy. Although all text is in German & lengthy, you can pick out "reactor" and the like. Pretty good use of platforms. Standard aliens too with one potential suicide area, but keep at it. Anyway, shut down the reactor, close the Bay doors, etc., etc. Can kill an afternoon, no sweat. This game is extremely clean by the way. Try it if you don't want too much of a challenge, the author did okay.

Last Rites

This package contains two Maps; Last Rites at 3 levels, a work in progress. Author wants feedback on this one, tell him what you think. This is a very handsome effort; twisty, great play. Can you spell Rocket Launcher? If you can't you'd better learn fast! The way this scenario opens and continues to surprise is worthy of a looksee. Great use of design and not a few surprises. Download City, do it! Barbarians at the Gate is a one level puzzle map. Not mentioned in the Read Me but quite a puzzle. This player no doubt forgot something as we couldn't get the term to work. You try it. This guy is good!

Moonlight Serenade (neu)

Another Infinity scenario from Germany no doubt as the terminals are in doitch. Or perhaps Deutch. German anyway. No Read Me. Couldn't get the lead out on the first level. Second or third, what to do what to do. Not a lot to get into here. Download but be advised Management shall not be held responsible for any dissatisfaction on player's part.


Kids! This is excellent! Would like to know the author because he's got a handle. Six levels, each one a very different venue but a basic mission involving Boomer & data chips with Tycho trying once again to entice you to his side and dissing Durandal. There are five levels with number five transporting you back to the game screen as though you were through, BUT, there's a sixth level where you can just fool around as apparently the author did. A very good scenario, will keep your interest all the way through. Prison level, Boomer level, vacuum level, this one has it all. Highly recommended!

Operation Inferno V1.2

A three level solo map that has you chasing after some pfhor again for Durandal. The theme of this one is for you to wipe out the remaining baddies on a planet and then you will get to the final level. I found just a couple of smears and texture problems but on major damage, you will definitely have some battles to fight. Make sure to save your game often.. Level design is good, and very good in some places. Except for a few instances, flow was quite good.

Phore Trouble

This eclectic ensemble emphasizing second-party euthanasia echoes with experimentation. Mr. Trebes is very much a work in progress as here you will find intro's, opening screens (Hawaii?), mission sort of, some familiar levels (7 in all includes a final Net for up to "8 players"). There is enough ammo on a level with a Pattern Buffer (also) that you wonder . . . Well, enjoy the carnage and all the Juggers. What next Nathan? E for Effort as a budding Map Maker.

The Giluen Project

An astounding amount of mileage for a small, tight map. Pretty good too. Way in it even has a Pattern Buffer (personal fave) to assist you. Combat training turned into combat mission. Articulate terms. Spoiler-type Read Me.

Z.o.G. Corporations

Mattias lives in Sweden and our thinking is he's a newbie at map making. The Z.o.G. Corp. is the AI in the terms with a primary directive on each of three levels; kill everything & report back here, but destroy circuits first. Or hit switches first. The story lacks greatly in continuity. Needs some kind of path to accomplish objectives as you find yourself running 'round and 'round wishing for some clarity and a way to find what you need. From a term on level three: 'the cadetts are revolting', how true. However, a big however, if your aim in life is to flatten aliens, blast your way around elevators (always the same), wind through corridors (always the same), swim through a myriad of underwater tunnels (always the same), you might appreciate this scenario.