This map is a joy, both to look at and to play. Small enough that 2 don't get bored, but big enough to fit 8 without overcrowding. Very, very nice use of 5D space... hard to even notice it. (But it really makes the map work.)
A very cool little arena which is more than it looks, due to some funky 5D stuff. Great flow, and it'll keep your group busy, even if you're small (we had fun with just two).
A nice conversion of a Mike Neylon M1 map. Lighter than the original, I think... has an added water pit below the stairs, but I've found it's pretty hard to hit, at least from the top.
A port of Mike Neylon's It's Not Easy Being Green. M2 is a bit short on green textures, so this one's mostly red... a pretty nice job.
This is easily the best KOH level I've ever seen. Wow, I don't think I've ever said anything like that before... Check it out. This map is good.
Another port of a Kendall Redburn M1 map. This one's square, with all flow in one direction (clockwise). Makes for dicey spanker shooting (you're often in narrow walkway spaces).
A small, circular arena, a remake of a Kendall Redburn M1 map. It was a nice map to start with, and this version keeps the gameplay of the first one while upgrading the look.
A simple arena, with a couple of ledges around the outside. There are elevators to get you up, but they've got a hell of a delay... and you're pretty brightly lit. There's some nice goodies underneath, but to get them, you've got to run a sort of gauntlet. Works best with at least 3...
An interesting remake of a great M1 level. This map won't play well on slower machines, but the original didn't either... great care has been taken to keep flow similar to the original, while making an interesting M2 map. Check it out!
An open arena with waterfilled launch tubes. Now comes in two versions-one containing fisheyes and one without. (Who says feedback gets ignored?). It's a bit slow on non-powermacs, but it's still a blast of a level. The more, the merrier!
I'm not sure this belongs on this page, since it's a modification of an M1 map that was a modification of a Bungie map... this bears just about zero resemblance to the original (a piece of Try Again). However, it's here, so deal with it. This is a gorgeous rendition of one of our all-time favorite M1 netmaps. (I didn't make it, I just like it.) It was originally released in an early Suicide collection, and this version has had a few changes made to the layout based on the author's net experiences with it. Update fixes a small bug that only bit people who played with dropped weapons on.
A really tall tower, a ring around the bottom, and all the good stuff between the two. Lots of fun if you like flying, frustrating as hell if you don't.
A very subtle use of 5D (it's pretty easy to miss that you're actually in it). A small central pit with tiered hallways around it... the good stuff's pretty exposed, so be careful.
A loving remake of one of the best M1 maps of all time. This is really nicely done, and maintains the feel of the original, while nicely updating it to take advantage of the M2 engine.
A port of an M1 arena (by someone other than the original author). Still has great flow. All aliens have been removed. Update tweaks lighting (for the better), makes the hidden flamethrower available again.
A port of an M1 map (by someone other than the original author). Two levels, bottom level has pistols, top level has spankers. This version modified to give pistol folks a few free shots. Update adjusts placement of ammo to keep from blocking the view, and a couple of other tweaks.
All weapons and ammo are suspended in midair, and the only way up is inside the 5 water columns of this small arena. Tricky... but a lot of fun once you get used to it.