Marathon 1 Redux

Discuss and unveil current Marathon projects.

player light setting - If there are no light sources, at what distance should things appear black?

light="0" -- In the dark you shan't be able to see your fist in front of your face.
No votes
light="0.1" - you can see your weapons and walls/monsters you're right up against
light="0.2" - current setting on 0.0.13-alpha, you can only see about 1 WU
light="0.3" - current setting on git, you can see for about 2 WU.
light="0.4" - you can see about 3 WU, most things are visible
light="0.5" - original setting, you can see for about 4 WU, only very large areas are black
Total votes : 11

Re: Marathon 1 Redux

Post Mar 12th '19, 00:20

treellama wrote:
ravenshining wrote:Where might I find this Weland plugin for texture conversion?

I can't find it anywhere. It might have been a Lua script, actually. Lua scripts are easier to write.

I do still have the mappings between texture sets.

Minor derail addendum: I'd want to reflexively say 'put Lua in Weland' for exactly that reason, but I imagine you'd have done it already if it was trivial. I've never used plugins with Weland, they seem to be very version specific, none have ever worked out of the box for me, and I don't have/know the toolchain to roll my own.
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Not Invented Here

Post Mar 12th '19, 16:23

They shouldn't be version specific. Weland feels like a dead end anyway--GTK-sharp has mostly been abandoned, Xamarin doesn't seem to care about Linux at all. Time to write an editor in Lua :)
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Post Mar 12th '19, 17:07

Clearly someone should write one in ocaml.
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Post Mar 17th '19, 03:53

• applied proper terminal textures & new jump pad texture for Arrival through G4 Sunbathing
• fixed 3D scenery plugin and moved it from Extras to Plugins
• animated fans on Never Burn Money, Cool Fusion
• alarm buzzer on Arrival now turns off after reading the 1st terminal
• teleporting Pfhor on Arrival
• proper voices in the pillar
• many texture adjustments on Arrival to take advantage of new textures
• added some text to 2nd reading of 1st Bigger Guns Nearby term to reflect manual & new texture
• fixed some typos that prevented new textures from showing up in high resolution
• fixed glitch on 1st frame of fraked tycho term

merged & pushed to git

spring break!! ...doesn't excuse me from massive amounts of work, but maybe I'll be back at this on Purim.

TODO before 0.0.13-alpha:
• apply proper terminal textures for Blaspheme Quarantine - Eplilouge
• remove Eternal terminal text from epilouge
maybe do some work on Mirata and New Thermopylae so you don't teleport immediately on starting a new game
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Post Mar 24th '19, 10:54

I just had a thought. I've been playing Eternal X Omega (1.1) in preparation for my writeups in 1.2 (and for screenshot archiving via Steam, 1.2 will have its own screenshots there) and I've recently gotten to Dread Not. After getting the Wave Motion Cannon (or as I like to call it, the Portable Halo) I remembered that this gun was originally cut from Marathon 1's development. I can't remember where I read that but I think it might have been somewhere on the story page. ... 1692530406

Since it was originally a Marathon 1 weapon that was removed, and one of Redux's aims is to re implement features that vanilla M1 lacks, I wonder if it would be possible to add it to Redux? It could serve as an end game weapon or -since it one shots juggernauts and that would be cheating on Try Again- it could only appear on a single story plank, though I don't know which one would be the best, assuming this whole idea is even taken on board.

Does it sound like a good idea?
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Post Mar 24th '19, 13:37

No. Eternal's WMC is ridiculously overpowered, I'm already full up on weapon slots, and I want to keep the staff and smg. There is the ball slot, but I'm saving that for REDACTED. I'm sure you'll agree that will be more fun. ;-)

Up on git:

• I've added MML to give you appropriate weapons, health, and oxygen when scratch-starting a new level, mostly for the purpose of viddability. The extra weapons come at the expense of those spare pistol clips, and you will never start with a flamethrower or alien weapon. Some levels start you with extra health, but levels immediately following a vacuum level strip you of oxygen.

• MML added to suppress teleport effects when you're not teleporting

• A revamp of the credits screens and minor edits to the title console

• New terminals written for the epilouge

• Epilouge physics drafted. BoBs are "alien" and shout good things, MADDs are "BoBs" and will eviscerate you if you start mowing down the poor BoBs.

• Lots of texturing on the epilouge, it now looks more like the Marathon and less like something a robot spit out.

And of course I've performed a merge for the week

Unfortunately, A1 keeps segfaulting whenever the game goes to the final screen. I'm guessing there's just too many textures in use on the Epilouge.
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Post Mar 24th '19, 15:10

ravenshining wrote:No. Eternal's WMC is ridiculously overpowered, I'm already full up on weapon slots, and I want to keep the staff and smg. There is the ball slot, but I'm saving that for REDACTED. I'm sure you'll agree that will be more fun. ;-)

Up on git:

• I've added MML to give you appropriate weapons, health, and oxygen when scratch-starting a new level, mostly for the purpose of viddability. The extra weapons come at the expense of those spare pistol clips, and you will never start with a flamethrower or alien weapon. Some levels start you with extra health, but levels immediately following a vacuum level strip you of oxygen.

• MML added to suppress teleport effects when you're not teleporting

• A revamp of the credits screens and minor edits to the title console

• New terminals written for the epilouge

• Epilouge physics drafted. BoBs are "alien" and shout good things, MADDs are "BoBs" and will eviscerate you if you start mowing down the poor BoBs.

• Lots of texturing on the epilouge, it now looks more like the Marathon and less like something a robot spit out.

And of course I've performed a merge for the week

Unfortunately, A1 keeps segfaulting whenever the game goes to the final screen. I'm guessing there's just too many textures in use on the Epilouge.

That's OK. I didn't expect to be included as it is that powerful, probably why it replaces the RPG in Eternal. Can't wait to see the next build.
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Lion O Cyborg
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Post Apr 4th '19, 11:38

Still replacing terminal textures in Vasara. Easy going, really, since I allocated the AIs to the collection they're most found in, I've just been short on time lately. One in particular required me to compose a new terminal...


Hmm, I wonder what the Pfhor have to say?

This goes on for three pages. Nothing significant about the text, it's just copied from one of my PHIL 323 assignments and put into that not very accurate Pfhor pfhont.

Of course, if someone would like to write and/or illustrate an actually meaningful term, have at it!
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Post Apr 7th '19, 22:59

This weekend I got sidetracked with HUD stuff. Particularly, attempting to recreate the 3D compass from the July-August Marathon betas, as seen here:

First I recreated the texture- Here's the original:

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And my first replacement attempt, using Maraphont and SquarishSans:

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Then I spent 2.5 hours just learning how to make a sphere in Blender and apply a texture to it...


Then I realised lua can't load a complete sequence into the HUD - and therefore no 3D models- and I don't know how I'd go about properly dynamically placing a scenery object or effect in the world but mapped to your view - so I figured I'd better pre-render the end result. At first I thought, GIMP has a perfectly good map-to-sphere filter, so I'll just do that... 512 times... I mean, I'm guessing from the texture that the Marathon beta only rotated the compass every other facing increment and so you'd only need 256 for parity, but this is M1R! Marathon has 512 degrees, lets use all of them!

But first, I wasn't satisfied with how my replacement got pixellated when mapped to the sphere, how the letters were indistinct at that low resolution, nor did SquarishSans look right for the numbers (although I did like Maraphont for the letters) so I started again from scratch. And at 2048x2048, since this is only for prerendering purposes and won't be dynamically manipulated by A1:


And here's how it came out in GIMP's 3d mapping:

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With that, I can begin to conceptualise how it will fit in the HUD:


However, moving the texture a bit and remapping quickly got tedious, and I thought, maybe I'll make a better model in Blender and render that as animation frames. So I spent all night learning how to make things look cool and render properly in Blender, with all kinds of fun effects like transparency with index of refraction and backscattering, and just as I arrived at something that looked awesome, Blender crashes. I hadn't saved in a very, very long time...

So basically the fruit of this weekend's fun went down the drain except for:
• 1 awesome texuture and
• 2 learning how to use Blender, which has long been a force I've been too intimidated to wrestle with.


I have considered that it would be much simpler and possibly less resource intensive if I made a 2-D compass using lua's crop and scale functions on a single image, like so:

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but it's not quite the same
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Post Apr 9th '19, 19:59

ravenshining wrote:This weekend I got sidetracked with HUD stuff. Particularly, attempting to recreate the 3D compass from the July-August Marathon betas

Nice work!

You have UV mapping down pretty well so far from what I can see. Sorry about your crash. It has happened to me too many times, and it always hurts when you realize you just lost hours of work. Although, oftentimes when I start over I do notice that the overall product is improved with fresh eyes, so there is sometimes a silver lining. Either way, you seem to be picking up Blender quite well, which is a feat in itself considering how much there is to play with there.

Ultimately I think the 2D clipped/masked compass will work the smoothest, and you won't take a hit loading all those frames. You could try overlaying some shadow/highlight gradients on top of the visible portion to at least vaguely suggest a slight cylindrical profile.
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Not Invented Here

Post Apr 9th '19, 22:53


And yeah, starting from scratch helped me figure out a few things I was doing wrong.


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In the HUD:

512 may be a lot of frames, but at least it shouldn't take up too much VRAM. At 8kb per frame, that amounts to only 4 MB. Eternal has some singular textures that large on their own, and that's not even counting normal and glow mapping!

Here's how your shaded 2D cylindrical idea would look. Not too bad:
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I tried doing it with a circle, too, but I'd have to use an awfully large bezel in order to hide the corners:
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Post Apr 10th '19, 00:43

Haha, you really got into it. Mm, you're probably as good with Blender as I am at this point, give or take. Nice! If you have free time in the future I'll probably end up begging you for help with MPDX.

Love that render. Glad you didn't throw in the towel, but I had a feeling you wouldn't. Yeah, when you use a 2D dealie with shadow overlays it's still not even close to that. Looks pretty good with the cylinder, but there's no way to really fake it with the sphere, as I had expected. Each frame is just 8kb with the rendered version? That sounds fine.

Did you put the entire marine in that scene and use the camera as its eye(s)? Haha. That's pretty cool. Probably a good rigging for doing weapons-in-hand renders too. You set up the scene and camera one way and you can keep everything consistent, just save your marine model and camera setup as a template, and use it for anything.

Oh, if you want to do textures in Blender, just set the camera's lens to "orthographic" and align it properly. You can also do a render that sends the z-depth to a normalized grayscale image for instant bump maps by way of the node editor. That's how I did my animated liquids, with the built-in physics for waves, and also the switches.

Anyway, nice work!
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Post Apr 10th '19, 08:48

Thanks again!

With a DXTC-compressed DDS, yes, only 8kb, at the expense of some subtle blocking artifacts. PNGs are about twice the size for a lossless image.

Since the compass would be sitting literally right in front of the marine's face, I put the generic monkey face (widening the jaw and raising the forehead to make it more human) in the scene behind the camera in an attempt to provide a surface for my lights to reflect off of, as it was too dark otherwise and I couldn't bring myself to add any lights that didn't make sense to exist :-)

That helped a little, but not enough. So, using the face as a reference for positioning, I added three "visor lights", above and behind the eyes, lights that might be inside the helmet illuminating the HUD but not able to shine into the Marine's eyes.

If you're curious to look at the blend: ... hZgBKRWysh

I had to reread your last paragraph to see what you meant, but, oooh... bump mapping textures is definitely something I'd like to do. I've used the GIMP normalmap plugin to auto-generate bump maps for liquids, because since they are simple you can just map their brightness to depth for fun effects, but that won't suffice for other things :-) Thanks for the tip!
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Post May 27th '19, 22:03

How goes the progress on the mod? I enjoyed the alpha that I played a while ago and I look forward to the full game.

Side note: I also managed to debug an issue in M295SE that prevented the music from working: I loaded the wrong version of the game. Thank you for the map file, I really enjoy it.
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Lion O Cyborg
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Post May 30th '19, 06:31

Unfortunately, after finals my carpal tunnel flared up again, and I had to spend a few weekends not doing extensive work like this - although I did fire off one little Yuge/Eternal plugin that I ought to upload - and as for weekdays, I've been roped into politics which are taking up my time in place of schoolwork.

However, my wrists are starting to do better now. I still want to look into A1's menu code as promised elsewhere, maybe I can do that this weekend. M1R will be next on the weekend fun list after that, although not necessarily every week.
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Post Jun 30th '19, 10:24

As promised, I finished and submitted my music patch to Aleph One, and this weekend I've finally gotten back to work on M1R!

No Artificial Colours received new textures and ambient sound, but the big thing today was Unpfhorgiven. After extensive trial, error, delving into A1 code, and more trial and error, I've managed to get the BoBs to:

1: Make their way to the room where you can see the Marathon once they are free
2: Teleport out once they get there
3: Not teleport out before they get there

I tell you, it's like herding cats trying to get the BoBs to behave right! Thanks to wrk for suggesting I turn them off and on again instead of creating a monster, ordering them to attack it, and then destroying said monster, as a means to induce teleportation.

No screenshots today, but here's some Lua:
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Triggers = {}
destination = 155
function Triggers.init(restoring_game)
  for g in Goals() do
    destination = g.polygon
function Triggers.idle()
  for m in Monsters() do
    if m.type.class == "bob" and m.polygon ~= destination then
      if m.action == "teleporting out" then
        m:accelerate(m.facing, 0.1, 0)
      if m.mode == "unlocked" and m.vitality > 0 then
        thisone = m
        destmon = 0
        for m in Monsters() do
          if m.type == "explodavacbob" then
              destmon = m
    if m.type.class == "bob" and m.polygon == destination and m.vitality > 0 and m.mode ~= "unlocked" then = false = true

The "explodavacbob" on this level is set to be a puddle of slime in the exit room that does nothing, has no hitbox, and is immune to everything. Having a valid target both keeps the BoBs on the path, and prevents them from going into "unlocked" mode, which would deactivate them and trigger them to teleport out. Once they're in front of the window, de- and re- activating them clears their target, making them unlocked and thinking it's safe to teleport.

At the moment, the BoBs do get a bit spastic when they reach the end, and overall they shout a lot more than normal, but such is to be expected from a jailbreak I suppose! The code can be simplified further, but for now, it works.

As usual, the above and a merged map are up on git.
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Post Jul 1st '19, 10:10

ravenshining wrote:2: Teleport out once they get there

hey, nice way of bringing the story to life in a plausible way! Maybe in the next version you can make 'em high five each other once they realize they are free ;) ..jk
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Post Jul 14th '19, 11:02


I had another lua idea, for Habe Quiddam - spawning in a number of power converters equal to the number of players, so in a co-op game, every player must grab one energy converter.

This and last weekend, continuing to make use of the expanded texture sets:

M2 organics - I've been replacing all instances of the slime texture on a solid surface with the M2 green organic texture
(as the floor below the slime, here) - unless I find something more fun, like the weird column texture behind this waterfall. Also note the M∞ split door.

M∞ wall panelling, M2 organic green stuff behind the M1 goo, M∞ mechanical texture

Not sure about the direction I took this pedestal room but I like the M∞ floor and door in this room, at least. I should tighten that wall up behind it, fix that misalignment in the lights, and probably revert the yellow back to slime.

Used better-aligning textures in these corridors. Almost exactly like the original, but subtly cleaner.

Showing off colour variant textures a little:


This room has been restructured to fit the atrociously aligned walls that it was adorned with. Note to self - fix that terminal, it should say Durandal. :-/

Added an unfinished message, so if you go straight there without killing or exploring enough, you are chastised.


I don't want a bunch of grenades going off in this part of this ship while you're gone, and my next plan is too important for you to be going in under-equipped.

Get out of here. Come back after you've secured all the ammunition caches in this area and I'll let you know what's going on.


...and he teleports you back to the beginning of the level

Also widened a few doors and corridors up for co-op on both levels, added ambient sound, and completely re-did the M1A1 secret on BOLFDD so it's much more difficult and not immediately available.

Oh, yeah, and this is the first time in this thread I've shown a screenshot of the staff after weapons-in-hand bloom support was added to Aleph One. You can see it happening to the Alien Weapon and the Assault Rifle above, but there the effect is not so dramatic as with the shock staff. Here's a before and after comparison:


I'm not sure if bloom scales at all, but I might try reducing and spreading the glow so it's not completely blown out like this, and better distributed towards the tip. Overall, however, I like the effect.
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Post Jul 17th '19, 06:03

Got distracted with some morphing software, and decided to see if I could put it to use. Looking through the shapes file, I found two animated sequences with a ticks-per-frame count of 10 - the juggernaut firing missiles, and the Drinnol dying. The juggernaut firing is conveniently obscured by contrails, but the hulk... we just can't have 10 ticks per frame!

So here's a morph of a dying drinnol, running at roughly 1/3 speed, 1/3rd of the way from standing to dead. If I wanted to go through with this interpolation, I'll have to do this 9 more times, to get the full death from all four views.

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Post Jul 22nd '19, 20:13

Finally, I've finished updating terminal and other textures across all levels!

Try Again was particularly problematic, given the route I've gone of basing it off the Infinity version. The automated texture-swap from ∞ to M1, was just atrocious and the almost the whole level - eveything I hadn't touched while putting in the dam and then some - needed complete reskinning. So, I fired up three copies of Aleph One simultaneously in order to have references: original M1 and M∞ in small software-mode windows and no sound, and M1R with Vasara in a larger fully-decorated window.

Welcome to the Revolution got a slight overhaul for monster path building, as well as a little doorway widening for co-op. The particularly observant may notice the final room has been enlarged, in order to fit multiple players on platforms and final ledge at once. Between this and how the S'pht now teleport out once the area is clear, hopefully S'pht-jams will be eliminated.


Additionally, setting the S'pht to teleport out allows the level to become an Extermination mission. The "leela is unreachable" message that was haphazardly tacked on to the end of Durandal's opening message has been moved to the final terminal's Unfinished state, and the final message to the Finished state.

Since "terminals stop time" doesn't work in co-op, I added a small ledge in front of Tycho's terminal. I don't know how you were supposed to read it in M1A1, I could only ever read it in the original.

At the moment, I'm working on a script for Pfhoraphobia that will remove all S'pht from the map and replace them with less-hostile S'pht when the controller dies, as well as spawning in some scenery added effect. There doesn't seem to be a clean way to change or remove monsters, so at the moment when the controller dies all S'pht have "bobs" spawned in their place, have their health reduced to a random amount, and finally are moved into a crusher in the void behind the throne room, the hope being that the staticy sound of their deaths at random intervals will be faintly audible.

Unfortunately it looks like monsters spawned with won't teleport out, so I'm thinking of adding another disconnected room full of the inactive "bobs," and to move them from the room to the positions of the outgoing s'pht when the controller dies.


With the texturing done, and having earlier written new terminals for Roots and Radicals, all that remains from my TODO for 0.0.13 is to set things up so you don't immediately teleport to new levels twice upon starting a new game. Ideally this would mean at least finishing Mirata, however, I may circumvent this by just putting a duplicate of Arrival in the first level slot for now as the Lua work feels more important.

I've said on Discord that I would like to have a functioning floating HUD for 0.0.13, but that is still going to be a lot of work, I fear. The hardcoded HUD works just fine as far as I'm concerned, and it's been SO long since my last official update, I don't want to hold up a release just for an optional element like that.

So, I'm setting myself a deadline - Marathon 1 Redux 0.0.13 will be packaged and released no later than Monday, July 29th, making for a nice 9-month gestation period since 0.0.12.

I don't know how long it'll be until I have a 0.0.14 or 0.1.0 together, so if anyone has any contributions, any requests for some low-hanging fruit, or especially if you've contributed something and I've forgotten to credit you, make them now!

No weekly merge since this week may be heavy with updates, but as always you can get the latest source files on git.
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Post Jul 23rd '19, 18:13

Looking forward to it. :)
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Post Jul 24th '19, 06:57

Thanks, me too!

Pfhoraphobia scripting complete. Also, I came up with a new idea for the mutant's passive defences: rather than immersing it in water and making it immune to explosions, which was both silly and ugly as you can see from this earlier screenshot, instead I created a mostly-transparent "force field" texture, and applied it to lines surrounding the dais. Since the texture wound up being totally transparent for some reason I haven't figured out yet, I also lined the edges with static textures. Behold, the new throne room:


You can't really see it, and you can walk through it, but it stops some types of bullets and only sometimes admits others (there isn't an "always pass transparent side" option in physics unfortunately). I stretched the dais ever so slightly so that a rocket blast will not affect the mutant, but will take out the Enforcers flanking it. I won't spoil what types of ordnance will and will not pass ;-)

Having this passive defence is now important to maintain difficulty, thank to the rebellion script I came up with! This script accomplishes a large number of tasks:
  • when the mutant is damaged, it spawns a puddle of blood on a random patch of nearby floor
  • when the mutant dies, a piece of impassable junk spawns under its feet
  • new spht that are hostile to the pfhor and marked to teleport out will be moved to the locations of all hostile spht alive on the level
  • new spht will match the colour/invisibility of the old spht
  • new spht are given vauge instructions to migrate towards the dais, so they can see for themselves!
  • new spht have their vitatity adjusted to match the old spht, plus 7
  • old spht are moved to a silent crusher underneath the dais
  • old spht have their vitality reduced by a random amount
  • a crusher is activated kill the old spht
  • a crusher is activated to kill any new spht that didn't find new bodies
  • lights in the throne room and some other places dim
  • unrelatedly, should the player fall outside the ship before the mission is complete, they will suffocate to death

At 109 lines of code plus 21 of supporting MML, this was quite a hefty script for M1R thus far, three or four times as long as the one that evacuates the BoBs on Unpfhogiven! And with this climax nice and polished, I don't feel bad about not having the prologue ready yet.

Thanks to Wrkncacnter for helping me correct some dumb mistakes with tables, and for his work on the tick joke script last night that inspired some optimisations for this script.
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Post Jul 24th '19, 16:36

That static-lined force field with bloom and glow looks really cool.
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Post Jul 29th '19, 02:34

I like the look of the new throne room!
welcome to the scene of the crash
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Post Jul 29th '19, 07:32

Thank you both! But really, Trajan's Row, Hopper, and Treelama are to thank for making glow and bloom happen on static in the latest Aleph One, and patiently helping me debug it on my ancient machine.

M1R Alpha 0.0.13 released on GitHub

Release notes:
  • Starting a new game now brings you directly to Arrival, rather than skipping though unfinished prologues
  • Currently unplayable levels are hidden from the level-select dialogue
  • Lua scripting is finding its way to several levels to control special events and functions
  • 3D models fixed so they no longer cause clipping & bloom problems, and distort less on pulsating textures
  • New texture variants, bringing the total number to 386! (including landscapes and animation frames)
  • Most levels updated to greater and lesser degrees to take advantage of the new textures
  • AI variant terminal textures applied to every terminal - e.g., a Leela terminal says LEELA on it in-world
  • Differentiated solid and liquid lava, and to a lesser degree, goo
  • New epilogue level (thanks to Pfhorrest for letting me re-use some Eternal geometry)
  • A new defensive twist to Pfhoraphobia to balance out its new Lua scripting
  • Updates to Arrival, The Rose, Welcome to the Revolution, Try Again, Beware of Low-Flying Defence Drones
  • The first Pfhor terminal
  • Pfhor fighter sprites optimised for bloom
  • Revised Vidmaster's Oath
  • Newly spawned players start with plot-appropriate weapons, at the expense of ammo
  • Low resolution fallback if you disable the 3072p landscape plugin
  • Lots of bugfixes in general, thank you to everyone who reported problems!
  • Much saner organisation overall
  • Probably more because it's been 9 months since 0.0.12!

Once I get to some proper internet tomorrow to run some tests to make sure the download downloads what it should and all, I'll update the Simplici7y page to point directly to the GitHub download. I think I've got it set up so that if you download the 0.0.13 release, it'll just download the necessary files and not the exploded ones, but you'll still get everything if you clone or got to the download button on the front page, thanks to some .gitattributes shenanegans.

Current goals:
LOTS more Lua!
Implement physics changes as voted on in previous polls
Theme plugin
HUD plugin
Some more 3D modelling perhaps
Possibly nix a lot of the staff/smg progression because it's not fun and a pain to keep track of the physics models
Maybe move the 1024x1024 textures into a plugin rather than having them on all the time?
Prologue hopefully
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