Westwood originals, intact.
All That Glitters...
Barrier To Entry
Forest Under Fire
Island Wars II
Isle Of Fury
Keep Off The Grass
King Of The Hills
Lunar Battle Field
No Man's Land
No Way Out
Pilgrim Fathers 2
Things To Come
The maps are intact, straight from the original game, with 1:1 spawn points, resources etc. Just fixed some anomalies probably caused by the importing process (eg. spawn points in the middle of oceans.). All maps playtested with max number of bots, and they work. If you feel otherwise, be my guest and post a fixed map here
I claim no credit for these and as such I've left all descriptions empty and Westwood Studios as the author - simply saving you the trouble of downloading the ISO and doing all the converting...
- RA Map Pack 1, 40 original RA maps.
- (205.68 KiB) Downloaded 1246 times
I just register an account to say the maps are not working for me, they does not appear in the list when i start the game.
I put them in the right place (C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenRA\mods\ra\maps) where i usually put other maps I download and it works just fine, only your map pack won't show up in the Map list... No idea why but with 1 000 download I'm surprised, am I the only one with this problem ?
I would really love to add more maps to this incredible game, any help apreciated
Edit : Actually maybe my game is not up to date , I'm checking this right now...
Edit 2 : I updated my game but your maps definetly won't show up in the game list, not a single of the 40 maps. Very sad.
Thanks for the effort tho. I would really love to try all those new maps.
Btw I'm curious, how do you actually convert a *.mpr map file to an *.oramap map file ?
Yeah, those maps are outdated and would need an update to run with the latest OpenRA version. (Maybe you can find some of them at https://resource.openra.net/ .)Lyfe wrote: ↑the maps are not working for me, they does not appear in the list when i start the game.
(Btw, custom maps are usually placed at "My Documents\OpenRA\maps\ra\<version>". ^^)
Yes, there is a way. You have to use the OpenRA.Utility.exe, see https://github.com/OpenRA/OpenRA/wiki/M ... map-format and https://github.com/OpenRA/OpenRA/wiki/Utility .Lyfe wrote: ↑Btw I'm curious, how do you actually convert a *.mpr map file to an *.oramap map file ?
So I grabbed the original maps from the CDs (using XCC Mixer), and converted the .ini maps into .oramap.
Many maps were still "outdated", having 'waypoints' instead of player spawns 'mpspawn'. So I wrote a python script to change the files and clean them.
> TL;DR : here are 244 original Westwood Maps ! Updated for OpenRA, Release 20180307
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 5789949886
(For what it's worth ... ^^)
I swear King of the Hills used to have civilians armed with weapons. And one had a nuke!
Though my memory is hazy with that.