The third edition of Infra Apogee is up on Simplici7y; get it here!
This is admittedly a more eccentric update as I've begun experimenting with some minor lua/mml, which is something I haven't done before. "Tabula Rasa" features a rain precipitation lua, "New Pacific" uses MML to mimic the green goo from M1, and "Crash Map" features custom textures (another first for me). Special thanks to $lave for his work on these scripts/textures, and thanks to Treellama for help on some MML as well.
These maps are all on the larger end in terms of size, as opposed to the last update which added small and extra small maps. As well, this update includes significant changes to most of the existing maps. A more detailed changelog can be found in the read me.
Comments/suggestions/reviews are always welcome, though I know I probably won't get any from here. Check out the screenshots below, and enjoy!Tabula Rasa
-- A s'pht stronghold slowly flooding from the first rain in centuries. This is my first map to make use of lua/mml. $lave did a great job getting the rain to look appropriate here - and I must give Treellama credit for his precipitation lua. This is a larger map intended for around 5-7 players. The hill is the entire first floor of the main structure.Crash Map
-- A downed Jjaro dropship has just crash-landed on one of Lh'owon's desolate moons. I've wanted to do this map for years -- even when I was making Caustic Dystopia. I'm very happy with the results here, especially $lave's wonderful custom textures. This is the largest map in the pack and works well with anywhere from 5-8 players. KOTH is recommended, too.New Pacific
-- The third M1-themed map in IA, "New Pacific" turned out better than I predicted considering M1 pfhor textures are a bitch to use. This map has more of an arena feel to it and is good with anywhere from 4-6 players. Bonus points if you listen to "New Pacific" while playing "New Pacific".The Cylindrical
-- A geothermal (!!!) energy plant perched on the side of a Lh'owon mountain. This one has lots of heights and ledges and is sort of a better version of "Initiation" in my mind. Good with anywhere from 3 to 5 players.